In this episode of SoundPractice, Mike Sacopulos interviews Jo Ivey Boufford, MD, about the IAP Young Physician Leaders (YPL) Program.
Organizations typically look to past performance to identify future leaders. But an employee’s track record doesn’t tell you who might excel at things they haven’t done before, nor does it identify early-career high potentials or people who haven’t h...
In this episode of SoundPractice, Mike Sacopulos interviews Laura J. Esserman, MD, MBA, about the WISDOM Study – Women Informed to Screen Depending On Measures of risk.
Inclusion is the key to making diversity a reality. Inclusion of the most diverse workforce unequivocally signals an organization’s commitment to diversity.
Morale can be the fuel that drives your healthcare organization forward, or it can be the fuel that feeds the fires of employee discontent, poor performance, illness, and absenteeism.
Most of us think we have to make a difficult, binary choice between being a good person or being a tough, effective leader. This is a false dichotomy. In truth, doing hard things is often the most human thing to do.
Visionary leadership is widely seen as key to strategic change. However, this emphasis on visionary leadership relies on an untenable assumption: that managers outside the C-suite are always aligned with company strategy. What if they are not?
The authors describe new research that sheds light on three of the most common perceived risks that are associated with leadership: the risk to your interpersonal relationships, the risk to your image, and the risk of being blamed for failure.
This article outlines five habits of ideal mentees, providing anecdotes and views from the authors’ combined years of academic experience along the way.
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