This webcast series invites leaders to speak candidly about their experience as leaders. Highly interactive, the program is produced in The Leadership Studio for a studio audience. Webcast live, videos are posted for future viewing. Learn about effective decisions and ones that failed. Hear behind-the-scenes stories and engage with experienced leaders as they share lessons learned and their own personal career reflections.
[In May 2014, the series was renamed Voices in Leadership, from Decision-making: Voices from the Field.]
Kathleen Sebelius, 21st U.S.Secretary of Health and Human Services, spoke on October 21 on “Reflections on Leadership: 21st U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services.” Sebelius discussed topics including strategies for communicating in a high-profile environment, reflections on the U.S. Affordable Care Act rollout, and her career path.
Joanne Kenen, health care editor for Politico, spoke on October 20 on “Using Journalism and the Media for Public Health.” In this session, Kenen discussed the role of the media in public health, and the effects of the communications arena being faster paced than it had been in the past.
From White House Chef to Obama’s Nutrition Policy Advisor featuring Sam Kass, Executive Director, Let’s Move!, and Senior Policy Advisor for Nutrition in the Obama Administration. In this session from October 9, Kass discussed his career path, and the importance of marketing cooking more effectively to the American public.
From HSPH to the U.S. Congress: Leadership Lessons from an Alum with Raul Ruiz, MPH ’07, Congressman from California. Ruiz discussed his background and career path, and his approach to working in Congress from his perspective as an emergency physician.