Key Points Discussed:

  1. 1. Whether you are navigating a boat, or serving as the CEO of the organization, it’s very different to be in that role during rough waters than during calm waters or lesser troubled times.
  2. 2. Both captaining a boat and serving as CEO is a team-based sport. You need a crew to support you.
  3. 3. During troubled times remember that better times are ahead.  

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Author: EW Tibbs

A Proactive, Determined Leader Who Builds Lasting, Collaborative Relationships with key constituencies to advance the goals of the organization. A visionary change agent, who sets the highest performance standards for himself and for the organization. Seeks out difficult, long-standing problems and solves them with a deft political touch. Especially effective in building positive relationships (medical staff and other). Strong clinical knowledge and experience create solid working relationships with clinical team members. Builds high performing teams and empowers them to solve problems and move the organization forward. A skilled financial steward who is fact-based and data-driven.