Executive Health Administration

7 key traits of transformative leaders

[fa icon="calendar'] May 21, 2015 11:13:48 AM / by Anna Montgomery, MPA


Screen_Shot_2015-05-13_at_2.35.56_PMTransformative leaders in today’s healthcare environment need to be disruptive innovators, willing to adapt to the unknown territory ahead. From the C-Suites to the frontlines, the skills required to succeed in the post-ACA world involve the ability to take calculated risks, innovate, collaborate, and engage in authentic leadership. Whether you see yourself as a Vanguard Leader, a Frontline Leader, or a Transformative Leader, building your capacity for leadership, honing your business skills within the healthcare environment, and enhancing your communication and relationship building competencies will prepare you for an rewarding career in health administration.


"As the challenges healthcare organizations face change, so must their leaders. Today is an exciting but tumultuous time in healthcare, and to be as effective as possible for their organizations, patients and other constituents, hospital and health system leaders must be prepared to adapt to uncertainty and adversity."

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Topics: Innovative Leadership, Transformation, Affordable Care Act

Anna Montgomery, MPA

Written by Anna Montgomery, MPA

Anna Montgomery earned her MPA at USC Price and is pursuing her EdD at USC Rossier.

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