That’s a wrap on our latest Moments Move Us season! Tune in and reflect on key learnings.
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New Podcast Episode: Reflecting on Lessons in Authenticity, Vulnerability, and Curiosity from Healthcare Leaders with Rebecca Coren
Moments Move Us is a podcast hosted by Rebecca Coren: changemaker, healthcare advocate, and CEO of Wambi. Hear transformative stories from healthcare leaders as they share impactful moments of human connection from their professional journeys. Subscribe now so you never miss an episode!
As we conclude another inspiring season of insightful conversations with healthcare leaders, we dive deep into the core elements that contribute to leadership excellence.
In this recap episode, we explore the defining qualities of people-first leaders, including authenticity, vulnerability, and curiosity. We also examine the powerful impact of effective listening and communication strategies, bridging the gap between patients, care providers, and leaders. Finally, we begin to understand the driving force and motivations behind leaders’ commitment to their teams.
These discussions have reinforced our belief that by nurturing connection, not only are the standards of healthcare leadership elevated, but we can also create a more compassionate and efficient healthcare ecosystem.
Press play on the impactful moments of human connection from the professional journeys of inspiring healthcare leaders. It’s these moments, the moments where people feel truly seen or heard, that spark positive change.
As CEO and Co-Founder of Wambi, Rebecca Coren is focused on strengthening Wambi’s core business by combining compassion, gratitude, and recognition with leading-edge innovation. This integration serves to produce positive interactions for patients and their families while improving healthcare organizations’ bottom lines.
A graduate of New York University and Rutgers University School of Law, Rebecca currently lives in Philadelphia with her son. In her spare time, Rebecca can be found spending time outside with her family and seeking out delicious, lesser-known local eateries. Connect with Rebecca on the following channels:
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