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Leading effectively during the coronavirus crisis

Even though the coronavirus is causing disruptions around the world—people hoarding supplies, markets swinging wildly, countries banning travel—there are ways for leaders to help their organizations navigate the turbulence. Eric McNulty, associate director for the Program for Health…

Gina McCarthy fighting climate change at NRDC

Despite increasingly dire reports about climate change—rising global temperatures, melting ice sheets, wildfires, intense storms—Gina McCarthy says she intends to keep fighting against it. A January 13, 2020, Boston Globe column profiled McCarthy, professor of the practice of…

Advice to Boeing CEO on leadership in a crisis

Boeing is running out of time to regain the public’s trust following the fatal crashes of two of its 737 Max 8 aircrafts in the past six months, according to Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health crisis…

Exploring qualities that make ministers effective

Ministers of education and health play crucial roles in developing countries around the globe. To be effective, ministers must combine good judgment with far-reaching vision, be savvy political navigators and good managers, implement policies effectively, be competent at…

Nurturing research ‘seeds’ into policy

Patricia García, former minister of health of Peru, recently spoke about translating research into policy for the Voices in Leadership series at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.