I’ve been thinking a lot about inspiration and great ideas, and how these two things combined with passionate people working together can accomplish monumental things. Anyone who knows me well understands that I love – really love to the core of my being – working with others to create big change.
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Merriam-Webster defines a champion as someone who fights or speaks publicly in support of a person, belief, cause, etc. Creating champions – people who believe on a very deep and passionate level about the work they’re doing – is not for the faint of heart. If you’re the leader of an organization involved in managing and delivering health care services, why invest in champions?
Health care CEO turnover rates are increasingly high and will likely continue based on the changing landscape and as members of the baby boom generation retire. Developing a succession plan – before a turnover becomes imminent or the unexpected happens – is essential. Inter-Growth Senior Project Manager/Recruiter, Carol Ann Barber, notes, “Succession planning is one of the key tasks for an organization’s leader.