Presented by Amer Kaissi, Ph.D., Professor of Health Administration, Trinity University and Executive Coach
Each semester, the Bloustein School Health Administration program hosts a nationally-recognized speaker to deliver research “grand rounds.” All students, faculty, and community members are welcome to attend. In the post-Covid world of emotional exhaustion, staffing shortages and financial challenges, improving employee engagement and sparking their innovation and creativity is an uphill battle for most leaders. In this session, Amer shows that leaders who have the confidence to make hard decisions in uncertain environments and the humility to admit mistakes, can better connect with their team members, while empowering them to integrate novel ideas into how they solve problems. Building on the latest research evidence and his experience as a coach with high-level executives, he makes a convincing argument that humbitious and open-minded leadership is the best way to lead in difficult times. He provides specific take-home behaviors for leaders to implement immediately and transform the way they lead.
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To purchase a copy of Dr. Kaissi’s book, “Humbitious: The Power of Low-Ego, High-Drive Leadership,” visit Amazon