You don’t actually live longer, it just feels longer. How do we go about setting up a process so that that’s not the case?
Quality healthcare leadership is needed now more than ever. What are healthcare leaders and teams doing to generate synergy in a time of change?
Blog Post by James Stoller
Emotional intelligence is an important driver of organizational performance in health care.
Interview by Laura S. Kaiser & Thomas H. Lee
The new CEO of SSM Health is listening to stories, not telling her own.
Blog Post by Jeff Thompson
Tools to give people in your organization a clarity of direction, the ability to work with each other, and the desire to build forward to serve a higher purpose.
Blog Post by Michael Nurok, Nicholas Sadovnikoff & Bruce Gewertz
How do we steer the ship of care when each team member thinks they’re the captain?
Interview by Joan Y. Reede & Thomas H. Lee
There’s a clear underrepresentation in the leadership in our medical schools and our hospitals — so what are we doing about it?
Rising from department chair to Dean, President, and CEO: lessons from Jeff Balser.
Article by John S. Toussaint & Susan P. Ehrlich
Ongoing institutional improvement efforts can benefit from health care leaders who are willing to improve their leadership skills through self-reflection and personal change.
Physician Well-Being: The Reciprocity of Practice Efficiency, Culture of Wellness, and Personal Resilience
Article by Bryan Bohman, Liselotte Dyrbye, Christine A. Sinsky, Mark Linzer, Kristine Olson, Stewart Babbott, Mary Lou Murphy, Patty Purpur deVries, Maryam S. Hamidi & Mickey Trockel
Think of physician well-being as a three-legged stool. Improvement efforts should focus on all three domains to achieve best results.