Leadership has been described as the art of taking people to a place that, on their own, they’d not choose to go. On behalf of NEJM Catalyst, Mary Jane Kornacki, MS, Founding Partner of Amicus, Inc., talks with some of the leading figures in health care today about their experiences from the front lines of leadership. Interviewees discuss experiencing failure, being introspective, resiliency, bringing joy back to work, role models and challenging colleagues, and their success stories.
Lessons in Leadership
President and Chief Executive Officer, Greater Baltimore Medical Center HealthCare
Senior Vice President of Community Health and Equity and Chief Wellness and Diversity Officer, Henry Ford Health System
Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine, Royal Alexandra Hospital, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde, Scotland
Chief Medical Officer, Greater Hudson Valley Medical Group
CEO and Chairman, Virginia Mason Health System
Chief of Anesthesiology, Winchester Medical Center
Commander, DiLorenzo Tricare Health Clinic
Chief Medical Officer, Memorial Hermann Health System
President, The Reinertsen Group
Executive Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer, Providence St. Joseph Health
Vice President of Medical Affairs, Winchester Medical Center
These stories were recorded at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s 28th and 29th Annual National Forum in Orlando, Florida, December 2016 and December 2017, by Mary Jane Kornacki on behalf of NEJM Catalyst. We wish to thank IHI for support of this project, especially Madge Kaplan for her technical advice and guidance.