Wanted: Leaders for tomorrow's emergency room

Careers in nursing and medicine, which often require years of additional, specialized education are hard to fill.

Most of those in leadership positions are people who were nurses or doctors. When you go to school, you do not learn about financial statements, management skills or leadership. You’re learning how to suture, avoid infections and open up rib cages.

– Bill Haylon, CEO of Leaders For Today

In the U.S., hospitals aren’t just struggling to find people to staff in operating rooms, but they face a much bigger challenge in a lack of leadership skills. Read the HR Drive interview about the leadership gaps in healthcare here: http://www.hrdive.com/news/wanted-leaders-for-tomorrows-emergency-room/448579/

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