Coffee with the College
“Trust that a ‘no’ will take you closer to the right ‘yes’ for you.” That’s just one of many career and leadership lessons Damond Boatwright, President and CEO of Hospital Sister’s Health System (HSH
Are you a leader in healthcare faced with the challenge of addressing important issues around social determinants of health within the communities you serve? In today’s episode, our host Janet Schulz
In our last episode, we discussed how a supervisor can directly impact employee wellness in times of stress by allowing time away from duties or by being a listening ear. This month we scale up and d
Many of us are doing our best to support the emotional resiliency of our teams over the last couple years, but not all leaders have the experience and tools to effectively manage through an ongoing cr
In this episode, we chat with Jerome Garrett, Department Administrator for the University of Wisconsin Department of Family Medicine and Community Health. Jerome provides insight on why it is importa
Working in healthcare during the COVID-19 pandemic has been daunting, exhausting, and stressful to say the least, but we are obligated to keep fighting and care for those who need our help. Sometimes
Do you see yourself as a leader? Others might; listen to your trusted colleagues and mentors who may be nudging you to assume more leadership roles. They may see something in you that you don’t see y
On this episode of Coffee with the College, our host Janet Schulz discusses some public policy issues facing health care with Marshfield Clinic Health System’s Ryan Natzke, Chief External Affairs Offi
Episode 6: Career Journey: Seth Teigen, Chief Executive Officer at Providence Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo
How do you respond when a senior executive in your organization asks you, “what do you want to be when you grow up?” Do you risk sounding too ambitious and reply with “I want YOUR job”? Do you sidestep and risk a label of “lacks direction” by saying ...
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is all the rage in the consumer products industry, and it’s now increasingly creeping into the healthcare space. Should we be fearful of computers making healthcare decisions? Are there privacy concerns?