5 must-reads for healthcare leaders this week

Culture. Productivity. Strategy. Execution. These ideas will never go out of style for hospital and health system leaders.

The following leadership articles were published by Becker's Hospital Review in the last week.

1. 7 ways to move a conversation from negative to positive
Among friends and colleagues alike, conversations can be full of negativity. Whether it's an offhand comment or a lengthy discussion, pessimism can ruin your mood for the rest of the day.

2. Is healthcare transformation 'the age of wisdom' or the 'winter of despair' for hospitals?
As with most major shifts — political, economic, social or otherwise — there will always be both winners and losers. There will be success and there will be failure. There will be those who celebrate the new direction, and those who mourn the passing of an era they loved.

3. The head — or the face — of the company: How CEO appearance affects the bottom line
We all use first impressions to guide our perceptions of other people. One would think the professional experience, business acumen and leadership ability of CEOs would prevent us from judging them on looks alone. However, this is not the case.

4. Why Bill Gates and Warren Buffett are best friends
On July 5, 1991, two legendary leaders and innovators — Warren Buffett and Bill Gates — met for the first time, according to Tech Insider. In a recent post on his blog GatesNotes, Mr. Gates toasted the famed investor, shared his favorite memories and discussed why their friendship has lasted 25 years.

5. 3 career-inhibiting habits and how to break them
Oftentimes, it's just one bad habit that stands between you and your highest career aspiration. A VitalSmarts study of nearly 1,000 managers found that 97 percent have at least one career-limiting habit — behavior that prevents us from achieving greater success or satisfaction in our career, Joseph Grenny, New York Times bestselling author and cofounder of VitalSmarts, wrote in the Harvard Business Review. The same study found that while most people are aware of the deficiency that is holding them back, few make much progress in ever overcoming it.

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