Some of history’s best leaders were bold, courageous, focused and insightful. But the power that comes along with being in charge can go unchecked if those qualities aren’t balanced by a set of traits now widely known as emotional intelligence.
In Part 2 of our 2-part Q&A series, Herb Dyer provides a great holistic summary of what it takes to be a “gritty leader”. Furthermore we feature collective insights from our expert business leaders who highlight that maintaining a positive mind-set, coupled with self-motivation is non-negotiable to becoming a resilient leader.
As a sequel to our last blog on Resilience we provide a 2-part Q&A series of informative insights from two of our exceptional interim executive leaders, on the true grit, perseverance and resilience they’ve had to demonstrate through their professional working careers as leaders.
Host: Jennifer LeMieux, Chief Operating Officer, HealthTechS3 The CNOs featured in this webinar each have decades of experience working in nursing leadership roles and hundreds of engagements.
Host: Jennifer LeMieux, Chief Operating Officer, HealthTechS3 The CEOs featured in this webinar each have decades of experience working in senior leadership roles across a range of healthcare provider organizations including not-for-profit, faith-based, rural and urban systems.
Irrespective of which accreditation body an organization chooses, it is mandatory for us as leaders to realize and articulate to our staff, the necessity to align their goals with ours – PATIENT SAFETY.
Personnel shortages have long been an issue in the community hospital market with surveys from ACHE and Deloitte confirming a continued escalation in 2017 and 2018 to date.
HTS3’s interim executive leaders collectively express professional satisfaction no matter the goals or objectives. In a webinar panel presentation on October 25, 2018 executives in finance, nursing and physician leadership roles highlight the valuable contributions they believe they offer across the spectrum of healthcare organizations.
With a few years’ experience, I considered myself to be a seasoned nurse leader, but I had not yet discovered Just Culture. In part two of this multiple part-series blog, Debby Renner, our longstanding “permanent” interim nursing executive provides first-hand account of what she wished she had known as a leader in the workplace.