Why a Healthcare CEO May Need a Chief of Staff
How can healthcare CEOs manage their agendas? One way is to hire a chief of staff, note Witt/Kieffer's Andrew Chastain and WellStar's Andrew Cox.
Surviving Healthcare CIO Career Minefields
How CIOs can avoid, or recover from, some of most dangerous technology minefields – for their organizations but also for their careers.
As Cybersecurity Concerns Grow, So Does Demand for Healthcare CISOs
As the Academic World Turns, Leadership Evolves
Robin Mamlet explores trends that are influencing how colleges and universities operate and what these instiutions look for in leaders.
How to Work With an Executive Search Consultant
Tips for leadership candidates on how best to seek counsel of an executive recruiter during a job search.
Balancing Confidentiality with Transparency in a Higher Education Leadership Search
By thoughtfully considering confidentiality vs. transparency, a search committee and institutional leaders can ensure that a leadership selection process is viewed as fair and legitimate.
Resources for Military Veterans Seeking Healthcare Leadership Roles
This resource provides links to thought leadership and organizations supporting the transition of military leaders into healthcare executive careers.
Gender in the Job Interview
"Women and men seeking executive roles frequently present themselves differently," writes Robin Mamlet in The Chronicle of Higher Education, "and the differences typically do not work to the advantage of the female candidates."
Why Leaders Shouldn't Fear Employee Turnover
Turnover has gotten a bad rap. It should be viewed as a necessary part of business sustainability and growth.
The CNIO's Turn in Healthcare Leadership: Part 2
Part 2 of the Q&A with Chris Wierz and Kate Gamble of HealthSystemCIO.com.
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