PODCAST: What does leadership mean to you?

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Mary Ackenhusen | February 11th, 2015

In part two of our live Straight Talk with Mary Ackenhusen, we chat with attendees of the last True North Forum about what they learned and we hear from SET members their personal stories about leadership. Listen to the podcast and join the discussion by posting a question or comment below.

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10 Min. 6 Sec.

In this episode:

  • Participants’ comments at 00:50
  • Mike Nader’s leadership story at 1:30
  • Dr. Patrick O’Connor’s leadership story at 3:02
  • Anne Harvey’s leadership story at 5:20
  • Glen Copping’s leadership story at 6:47
  • Participants comments at 8:40

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About the Author

Mary Ackenhusen
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As president and chief executive officer of Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH), Mary Ackenhusen leads the largest academic and tertiary health authority in British Columbia. She is passionate about engaging staff and physicians across VCH in building new models of health care that have potential to be more cost effective and better allow all of us to be more productive, to the benefit of patients and their family members. Mary is an advocate for constructive, two-way communication and through the Up for Discussion blog, invites all members of the VCH community to share their comments, questions and new ideas. View all posts by Mary.

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