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Best Strengthsbasedleadership podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Strengthsbasedleadership podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Dr. Jason Mizell understands first-hand how puzzling and overwhelming finances can be to physicians. After all, in school their courses include very little, if any, business or financial material. When the handsome paychecks start rolling in, along with credit offers, and social expectations, it’s too easy for young doctors to find themselves burie…
 
When Dr. Qaali Hussein’s family fled war-torn Somalia in the ‘90s, she experienced trauma first-hand. Today as an trauma surgeon, helping patients through life-changing events is what she specializes in. Mending and repairing is what she loves doing. But her path to medical school was full of roadblocks. When a hijab-wearing Muslim girl announces s…
 
Christine Spadafor is with us again. This is part two, so if you missed part one last week, make sure you listen to that episode too. This week Christine and I dig into one of her topics of expertise -- gender issues in the workplace. Christine gives us an overview of where gender parity currently stands in the US compared to our European counterpa…
 
Christine’s career path has taken her from bedside nurse to law school to consultant to the boardroom. She helps businesses and institutions navigate and prepare for change, no matter the source of the disruption -- social, technological, economic, environmental, or political. Today’s episode focuses on the role of the leader during times of change…
 
Dr. Nii Darko, son of Ghanian immigrants, was inspired to pursue a medical career by TV shows like Doogie Howser and Trapper John, M.D. But his life as a physician felt lacking in comparison to the Hollywood version. He found himself chasing degrees and feeling disappointed by the lack of autonomy and sense of fulfillment that he had hoped for. To …
 
When Dr. Joe Safdieh was interviewing for his medical residency, he knew he wanted to teach, and he was surprised that when he disclosed his aspirations, interviewers would “look at me like I had three heads.” After all, didn’t all doctors want to focus on research or clinical work? Historically, medical education has been viewed as the “leftovers”…
 
By now, most of us know that the research is conclusive -- organizations and institutions are better all around when they’re diverse, all the way up to the C-suite. Women and minorities are good for the bottom line, for creativity, and for healthier, happier work environments. But how can we encourage men to mentor women in a post #MeToo world? Man…
 
Dr. Gunisha Kaur works with people who are in vulnerable places. She works as an anesthesiologist, attending patients in the OR during surgical procedures. She also works with forcibly displaced individuals -- refugees, migrants, immigrants, and asylum seekers. She doesn’t remember being a refugee herself, but her family fled ethnic and political v…
 
At a time when physicians and medical clinicians are burdened with higher patient loads, technological changes, increased regulation, and always-on schedules, who has the time and energy for adding empathetic interactions into the mix? Dr. Helen Riess, associate clinical professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical and cofounder of Empathetics, Inc.,…
 
You probably don’t know many physicians who were once high-school dropouts, but today you’ll get to know one. Dr. Kane Pryor’s path into medicine is a beautiful, inspiring tale of mentorship done right. Today, the Australian native is an associate professor and the vice chair of academic affairs in the Department of Anesthesiology at Weill Cornell …
 
A native of Ireland, Dr. Geraldine McGinty is a practicing physician and the Chief Strategy and Contracting Officer for the Weill Cornell Physician Organization. She’s also the first woman chair of the board of American College of Radiologists. In today’s episode, Dr. McGinty and I discuss her varied career path -- private practice, academic medici…
 
Dr. Stephanie Lahr is board certified in internal medicine and clinical informatics, and her career path led her to the intersection of medicine and technology. Today she’s the CIO of Regional Health in South Dakota. Her career path wasn’t strategic but was impacted by a hurricane, an interview, personal goals, and a genuine interest in seeing heal…
 
We’re about to welcome a new year, a new decade, and many of us are making plans and setting goals. Which is great. But what happens when life derails those plans? At age 33, with children aged 2, 4, and 6, Ashli was diagnosed with cancer. In today’s episode, Ashli shares how she dealt with her fears and how she managed to embrace the hand life dea…
 
As “Leader Leader” of Greater Omaha Chamber, Lynda has been tasked with creating and guiding all of the chamber’s leadership development offerings. Essentially, she’s been leading leaders for years, and she shares some of her wisdom with us today. Lynda is a skilled relationship builder and connector. Today we cover important topics like diversity …
 
Tiny town Nebraska natives unite! Yes, my guest today, like your host, is from a no-stop-light tiny Nebraska town. We have a lot in common, beyond our similar roots. Cara is the vice president of Employee Benefits Division at SilverStone Group, the founder of Ignite! Women in Insurance, one of the most ambitious people I know, yet she religiously c…
 
Carrie Koh — Transforming Toxic Environments Carrie Koh, a former Mayo Clinic healthcare executive, changed career paths after working through a family tragedy. During the healing process, priorities came into focus, and today she has a coaching and consulting business dedicated primarily to physicians and healthcare executives. Her expertise is in…
 
The brain is a power center of our very beings. We want it to be as healthy as possible to support us, not only today, but for years and decades to come. Dr. Mary Rensel, neurologist at the Cleveland Clinic, reminds us why time matters and why the time to be concerned about brain health is now -- for us and for our children. You probably knew that …
 
Internist Dr. Dana Corriel discovered her creative side when she took some time off after the birth of her third child. And when she looked to social media for an outlet, she found what she needed...and so much more. She remembers how foreign and intimidating social media seemed before she made the plunge. Like many physicians, she was leery that s…
 
In 2017 Dr. Caprice Greeberg’s Academic Surgical Congress address about the gender gap in medicine, “Sticky Floors and Glass Ceilings,” went viral. Her address at the 2019 WIM Summit, “Stop Fixing Women,” continued the discussion. In today’s episode you’ll hear highlights from this year’s talk. It was full of data that should give even the biggest …
 
Recorded at the 2019 Women in Medicine Summit, Dr. Shikha Jain, course cofounder and codirector, gives us an overview of the Summit, why it exists, why it matters, and what it means for Monday morning when you’re back at the office. Dr. Jain shares a review of the first day of the summit, the speakers, and the key takeaways of their messages. Dr. J…
 
Today Carol is the northern region CEO for OSF HealthCare in Illinois. She started out in -- wait for it -- finance. Carol’s career path is an atypical and varied one, and she got where she is today by seizing opportunities that were both obvious and not so obvious. Some of her most valuable experience came from her time serving in professional org…
 
Why would anyone leave a position at Mayo Clinic to do something new? Does that actually happen in real life? That's exactly what Dr. Jagi Gill did when he joined Boston Scientific and later launched and sold a sports medicine company. Today he's part of the leadership team of Acumed and is improving patients' lives by combining medicine, business,…
 
Dr. Kelly Cawcutt was a guest on the Growth Edge a few weeks ago, and -- lucky us -- she’s back for an encore interview. This time we’re discussing imposter syndrome. Let’s set the scene. Kelly had been invited to give a speech in her area of expertise. As she was being introduced prior to the speech, she didn’t recognize the list of credentials an…
 
Brave -- it’s not a quality we often hear in business and leadership, but it’s the quality that Nicole Bianchi, founder of Bravium Human Development, believes is most lacking in today’s leaders. In a culture that’s enamored by the myth of perfectionism, we shouldn’t be surprised that most of us, while we know in theory that failure is an integral p…
 
We all know there’s a gender gap. You may have already taken steps to make sure there’s a woman on your committee, that there’s a woman or person of color candidate for the new job, that there’s a woman on you executive team. You may be wondering, “What else can I do?” Well, there is something. There’s one step we can all take to better level the p…
 
Today we’re speaking with Josh White for the third installment of the Coach’s Corner. Today we cover what coaching is, what it isn’t, and why so many companies have seen that it pays to provide employees with coaching. The bottom line is companies get better performance, better teamwork, and increased accountability when coaching is involved. Havin…
 
As an attorney to healthcare professionals, Stephanie, among other things, advises professionals on the art of negotiation. While the term “negotiation” sounds scary and intimidating to many, Stephanie argues that, whether we realize it or not, we negotiate in our daily lives when we’re in meetings, when we’re arguing a point, when we’re submitting…
 
Today’s episode was a special treat for me because it was recorded in person. Dr. Anjali Bhagra, newly appointed diversity and inclusion chair of the Mayo Clinic, was in Omaha recently, and we got to reconnect face to face. We got straight down to business, discussing the difference between diversity and inclusion, why (sadly) we’re not wired to em…
 
Today’s episode covers two important topics: a professional’s use of social media and how to cope when personal trials push into work life. As a physician and co-director of digital media and social media strategy of University of Nebraska Medical Center, Dr. Kelly Cawcutt is a social media expert who has thought long and hard about how physicians …
 
Chris has been in the healthcare industry for 36, first as a nurse, and now she’s serving as the CEO of St. Luke’s Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri. Throughout her time in healthcare, her commitment to serving patients, colleagues, her professional organizations, and her community has been evident. She claims that “it’s all about relationships,” and…
 
This podcast shares the habits and practices of peak performers and top leaders, from many walks of life; physicians, senior executives, entrepreneurs, and academics. And from every season, from the seasoned and sage to those emerging leaders and rising rock stars. All who are blazing trails and shining a light for others. Longtime attorney and exe…
 
This podcast shares the habits and practices of peak performers and top leaders, from many walks of life; physicians, senior executives, entrepreneurs, and academics. And from every season, from the seasoned and sage to those emerging leaders and rising rock stars. All who are blazing trails and shining a light for others. Jeana Goosmann is a lawye…
 
This podcast shares the habits and practices of peak performers and top leaders, from many walks of life; physicians, senior executives, entrepreneurs, and academics. And from every season, from the seasoned and sage to those emerging leaders and rising rock stars. All who are blazing trails and shining a light for others. After a 23-year stint in …
 
This podcast shares the habits and practices of peak performers and top leaders, from many walks of life; physicians, senior executives, entrepreneurs, and academics. And from every season, from the seasoned and sage to those emerging leaders and rising rock stars. All who are blazing trails and shining a light for others. Chris has been the CEO of…
 
This podcast shares the habits and practices of peak performers and top leaders, from many walks of life; physicians, senior executives, entrepreneurs, and academics. And from every season, from the seasoned and sage to those emerging leaders and rising rock stars. All who are blazing trails and shining a light for others. Told on the last day of h…
 
This podcast shares the habits and practices of peak performers and top leaders, from many walks of life; physicians, senior executives, entrepreneurs, and academics. And from every season, from the seasoned and sage to those emerging leaders and rising rock stars. All who are blazing trails and shining a light for others. What is a retired US Army…
 
This podcast shares the habits and practices of peak performers and top leaders, from many walks of life; physicians, senior executives, entrepreneurs, and academics. And from every season, from the seasoned and sage to those emerging leaders and rising rock stars. All who are blazing trails and shining a light for others. As chair of the U.S. News…
 
This podcast shares the habits and practices of peak performers and top leaders, from many walks of life; physicians, senior executives, entrepreneurs, and academics. And from every season, from the seasoned and sage to those emerging leaders and rising rock stars. All who are blazing trails and shining a light for others. Welcome to the inaugural …
 
This podcast shares the habits and practices of peak performers and top leaders, from many walks of life; physicians, senior executives, entrepreneurs, and academics. And from every season, from the seasoned and sage to those emerging leaders and rising rock stars. All who are blazing trails and shining a light for others. Mentoring has helped form…
 
This podcast shares the habits and practices of peak performers and top leaders, from many walks of life; physicians, senior executives, entrepreneurs, and academics. And from every season, from the seasoned and sage to those emerging leaders and rising rock stars. All who are blazing trails and shining a light for others. Today Josh White joins th…
 
This podcast shares the habits and practices of peak performers and top leaders, from many walks of life; physicians, senior executives, entrepreneurs, and academics. And from every season, from the seasoned and sage to those emerging leaders and rising rock stars. All who are blazing trails and shining a light for others. Weill Cornell Medicine’s …
 
This podcast shares the habits and practices of peak performers and top leaders, from many walks of life; physicians, senior executives, entrepreneurs, and academics. And from every season, from the seasoned and sage to those emerging leaders and rising rock stars. All who are blazing trails and shining a light for others. Dr. Shikha Jain wears man…
 
This podcast shares the habits and practices of peak performers and top leaders, from many walks of life; physicians, senior executives, entrepreneurs, and academics. And from every season, from the seasoned and sage to those emerging leaders and rising rock stars. All who are blazing trails and shining a light for others. In this episode, my colle…
 
Generally speaking, the higher your leadership position, or the broader your network, the more visible you are likely to be, both inside and outside of your organization. The greater your visibility, the more critics you have and the more heat you must be willing to take. If you’re uncomfortable with this barrage of criticism and feedback, now is a…
 
This podcast shares the habits and practices of peak performers and top leaders, from many walks of life; physicians, senior executives, entrepreneurs, and academics. And from every season, from the seasoned and sage to those emerging leaders and rising rock stars. All who are blazing trails and shining a light for others. In this episode, my colle…
 
This podcast shares the habits and practices of peak performers and top leaders, from many walks of life; physicians, senior executives, entrepreneurs, and academics. And from every season, from the seasoned and sage to those emerging leaders and rising rock stars. All who are blazing trails and shining a light for others. In this episode, my frien…
 
We all know that failures don’t define us. And failures certainly aren’t final—if you don’t let them become the be-all, end-all. But that truth is easier said than lived. Unfortunate circumstances resulting in mistakes are as inevitable as taxes. HECK YES they hurt, but you’ve got to keep going regardless. Don’t allow them to bring you down—not for…
 
This podcast shares the habits and practices of peak performers and top leaders, from many walks of life; physicians, senior executives, entrepreneurs, and academics. And from every season, from the seasoned and sage to those emerging leaders and rising rock stars. All who are blazing trails and shining a light for others. In this episode, my frien…
 
This podcast shares the habits and practices of peak performers and top leaders, from many walks of life; physicians, senior executives, entrepreneurs, and academics. And from every season, from the seasoned and sage to those emerging leaders and rising rock stars. All who are blazing trails and shining a light for others. In this episode, my frien…
 
This podcast shares the habits and practices of peak performers and top leaders, from many walks of life; physicians, senior executives, entrepreneurs, and academics. And from every season, from the seasoned and sage to those emerging leaders and rising rock stars. All who are blazing trails and shining a light for others. In this episode, healthca…
 
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