I have started …
… as a “simple” Certified Nursing Assistant who first studied nursing management and then health economics, rose to become Director of Nursing and Patient Management, then was appointed Chief Financial Officer and Spokesman of the Board of Management of a large hospital, and finally became the sole CEO of another large hospital (with around 3,000 employees).
Throughout these years, my employees and colleagues have been the key to a functioning, successful operation.
As a hospital board member, it has always been important to me that every employee enjoys and conscientiously pursues his or her profession, or better yet, his or her vocation.
Of course, top performers are interested in salary and career prospects, but at the same time there are so many more factors to consider that make for a fulfilling work environment.
From countless conversations with chief and senior physicians, I know the special perspectives at this level of performance.