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    Five traits emerging healthcare leaders own

     

    Achievement oriented

    Emerging leaders have a penchant for setting bigger and bigger goals and doing everything possible to meet them. They place a high value on the legacy of achievement and share that with their teams. “We did it!” is their mantra and as soon as one goal is met, they’re on to the next as they strive to move to the vision that burns inside them. 

    If there was ever a time that the healthcare industry needed to embrace our emerging leaders, it’s now. Whether it’s political or regulatory changes, managing the escalating cost of healthcare, confronting the challenges of making healthcare safer and more effective, or taking a more comprehensive perspective on the social determinants of health—we need more leaders in our industry. Successful organizations will find and nurture their emerging leaders and help them bridge the gap between the present and the future.

    Don Hall MPH, a former health plan CEO, is principal, DeltaSigma LLC, in Littleton, Colorado.

     

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