Febuary 1, 2019 – Rebooting a Hospital Dr. William A. Haseltine, Get Naked Eamon Rooney and #CHILL Dr. Bryan Robinson

Febuary 1, 2019 – Rebooting a Hospital Dr. William A. Haseltine, Get Naked Eamon Rooney and #CHILL Dr. Bryan Robinson

 

Dr. William A. Haseltine – President of ACCESS Health International and Author of Affordable Excellence: The Singapore Health System

This is an American story of how you can pick yourself up
by your bootstraps, regards of what the government does,
and make yourself the best you can be.

Dr. William Haseltine

William A. Haseltine, Ph.D., is the chair and president of ACCESS Health International, a nonprofit organization he founded in 2007. ACCESS Health fosters innovative solutions to healthcare challenges in the United States and internationally. ACCESS Health works closely with public and private partners to improve access to high-quality and affordable healthcare by shifting health systems away from hospital-centric care and toward integrated, and transparent information systems. Dr. Haseltine has an active career in both science and business. He was a professor at Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of Public Health from 1976 to 1993, where he was founder and the chair of two academic research departments, the Division of Biochemical Pharmacology and the Division of Human Retrovirology. He is the founder of Human Genome Sciences Inc., and severed as the chairman and CEO of the company until 2004. He is also the founder of several other successful biotechnology companies. He is well known for his pioneering work on cancer, HIV/AIDS, and genomics.

 

Eamon Rooney – Strategic Leadership Coach at Success Pathfinder and Author of Get Naked: How to Create A Business You Love Through Radical Transparency

One of our fears is standing naked in front of a group of people.
When you are a leader, you need to be that way. You need to be
transparent so people understand where you are going. 

Éamon Rooney

A Harvard Business Review reveals that 58% of people say they trust strangers more than their own boss. One of the core requirements for any business in a high performing, positive, or supportive environment is trust. Eamon Rooney, bestselling author of Get Naked: How to Create A Business You Love Through Radical Transparency, provides a unique approach to building a business that people want to work for and that customers what to buy from. Eamon is originally from Ireland, but he took a job as a sales engineer in Japan and built a business from scratch on behalf of a European electronics company and doubled sales every year for 4 years. He moved back to Europe with that company, earned an MBA and eventually worked his way up to becoming a CEO of their Americas business, which covered North and South America. Within months of taking the position the dot-com bubble burst. He spent the next 3 years figuring out how to turn-around the 4 businesses that he was leading. Rooney developed a concept that helped him turn his business around and made him determined to help other small business owners who were struggling as he did. Rooney has been a business coach for the past 11 years and is the CEO and founder of Success Pathfinder.

 

Dr. Bryan Robinson – Licensed Psychotherapist and Author of: #Chill: Turn Off Your Job and Turn On Your Life

Here is what the research shows. When you slow down, you are
more productive and the outcome is higher quality. 

Dr. Bryan Robinson

Dr. Bryan Robinson is a licensed psychotherapist and author who applies his experiences to crafting insightful psychological thrillers such as the multi-award winning southern noir murder mystery, Limestone Gumption, as well as the nonfiction book, Daily Writing Resilience: 365 Meditations and Inspirations for Writers and his most recent book, #Chill: Turn Off Your Job and Turn On Your Life. His books have been translated into 13 languages. He knows better than anyone that work has become a 24/7 phenomenon in our hyperconnected world. #CHILL is a manifesto that teaches us how to reclaim our time, slow down, and learn to really live, not simply live to work.