Governing the Change
The board of trustees is an underused and overlooked resource in just about every hospital and health system we know. Treated like distant, wealthy relatives holding the purse strings while far removed from daily realities, board members are fed a steady diet of carefully formatted reports at quarterly or monthly meetings and otherwise ignored. How often does a board of trustees know what is most vitally important to an organization?
Put this another way. If your CEO left tomorrow, would the board know the importance of having a humble leader? Or what a humble leader sounded like?
DROPPING THE BATON
There is so much to be ...