John Labienec, the vice president of acute and forensic services at his organization, spent the pandemic as both a leader striving to keep his facility open and with boots on the ground, caring for the sick. Through the worst of the pandemic, John speaks to his facility’s ability to keep its doors open and its patients safe. In this episode, he discusses the importance of leadership’s ability to listen and support their employees, tuning in to their needs, and taking steps to start a conversation around mental health. With lessons on compassion and crisis control, John proves that through open dialogue, challenges of any kind can be overcome. A must-listen for any leader actively looking for ways to support their staff during these trying times.
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