Military roots serve William Peacock well in his operations career at Cleveland Clinic.
A Cleveland Clinic executive education initiative put a spotlight on how leaders can bring empathy into practice in their professional relationships. It has never been more important to success than in today’s work environment.
In an interview for the “Beyond Leadership” podcast, the CEO and President of Cleveland Clinic Florida offers thoughts on the importance of managing relationships and the pleasures of coaching one’s team.
Finance, relationship building, strategic change and other issues were part of the curriculum during a five-day event for those with executive ambitions.
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Cleveland Clinic’s Global Executive Education team has reached a tipping point that is having a profound effect on the delivery of healthcare executive education.
The nation’s top doctor-managed hospitals’ quality scores are 25 percent higher than manager-run hospitals. A trained physician leader who has “walked the walk” can keep focus on patients while encouraging innovation.
Miguel Bernal, who attended The Cleveland Clinic Way: HR Intensive executive education program, discusses program benefits.
People want purpose. They want a mission. And they want to learn. To keep them, you need to communicate your highest mission.
The nursing profession needs strong leaders – from the executive suite to the patient care nursing assistant. Strong nurse leaders take initiative and influence others to create momentum and drive the profession forward.