Clinician or Non-Clinician: Stakeholders Weigh in on the Best Fits for the C-Suite
Although clinical leaders often make for effective C-suite members, industry experts say healthcare organizations should prioritize leadership qualities over a specific type of background.
Ignite Creativity at Work
Ignite Creativity at Work
Company Values and Culture Drive Success
Robert Wallace, executive vice president of marketing at Tallwave Capital, says values are essential to a business's success, and those in the organization must truly live them to have a company-wide effect.
How to Accept and Leverage Feedback for Career Growth
Douglas Stone, founder of Triad Consulting, a lecturer on law at Harvard Law School, and co-author of Thanks for the Feedback: The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well, says the key to receiving feedback is to understand that it's a normal part of coaching.
Demand for Healthcare Workers Continues to Grow, but Skills Gaps Remain
Jeffrey Helton, a lecturer at the Milken Institute of Public Health and The George Washington University, says sought-after skills include data analysis and the ability to connect those data to real solutions.
Authenticity is the Key to a Powerful Presence in the Workplace
Personal style can play a big role in how you are perceived in the workplace. Shelley Prevost, CEO and cofounder for Torch, says individuality is important,but it's also important to convey professionalism with your physical appearance
Diversity and Inclusion Programs Enable High-Quality Health Care
Are current organizational efforts to close diversity and inclusion gaps in health care enough? These gaps affect not only healthcare providers, but the patients they serve, says Adewale Soluade, assistant vice president of corporate inclusion and diversity manager at Commerce Bank.
Ascension Health President and COO Makes Career Out of Coordinating Care With Efficiency
For Patricia Maryland, DrPH, president of healthcare operations and COO for Ascension Health, efficiency in caregiving was an early necessity that turned into a lifelong career path. Her story illustrates how to live your personal brand.
First Female CEO to Lead a Venture-Capital-Backed Startup to IPO Shares Secret of her Success
Fifteen years ago, at age 40, Therese Tucker founded the accounting software company Blackline. Despite a rough and winding road to success, she didn't give up her dream, using grit and an entrepreneurial spirit to fuel her journey.
CEO Says to Embrace the Forks in the Road of Your Career Journey
For Avein Saaty-Tafoya, CEO of Adelante Healthcare in Phoenix, her career has been all about embracing the bumps in the road. Her story will change the way you look at career opportunities.