What Do These Healthcare Leaders Mean by “Habitual Excellence?”
I post here a lot about my most recent podcast series, “My Favorite Mistake,” but my first pandemic podcast project was a collaboration with the firm Value Capture. It's a podcast series called “Habitual Excellence,” using a phrase from Paul O'Neill, who we lost earlier this year.
I've posted once about some of the early episodes, but I'd like to share a list of some of the more recent episodes. We produced 30 episodes this year, on a weekly tempo. We'll be back in 2021 with a bi-weekly cadence. I want to thank our amazing guests and I'd also like to thank Helen Zak for lining up many of these guests.
I think there are a lot of great conversations here, on themes of leadership, safety, and organizational culture. We talk to some professors, some healthcare leaders, and some healthcare professionals. I'm proud of what we've done here and I'm happy that we've focused on increasing the diversity of our guests.
You can find us on Apple Podcasts and other places you find podcasts. Here is an embedded player from Apple:
Some recent episodes and links to the pages where you can listen, watch the YouTube video, and read transcripts.
Episode #19 has a video with Value Capture leaders and advisors talking about why safety is important to them:
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