34 episodes

Explore transformative stories from healthcare executives as they share impactful moments of human connection from their professional journeys. It’s these moments, the moments where people feel truly seen or heard, that spark positive change.

Moments Move Us is a podcast hosted by Rebecca Coren: changemaker, healthcare advocate, and CEO of Wambi. Join Rebecca to hear these inspiring stories and reflect on when you experienced the moments that moved you.

Moments Move Us Rebecca Coren, CEO of Wambi

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 7 Ratings

Explore transformative stories from healthcare executives as they share impactful moments of human connection from their professional journeys. It’s these moments, the moments where people feel truly seen or heard, that spark positive change.

Moments Move Us is a podcast hosted by Rebecca Coren: changemaker, healthcare advocate, and CEO of Wambi. Join Rebecca to hear these inspiring stories and reflect on when you experienced the moments that moved you.

    Reflecting on Lessons in Authenticity, Vulnerability, and Curiosity from Healthcare Leaders

    Reflecting on Lessons in Authenticity, Vulnerability, and Curiosity from Healthcare Leaders

    Vulnerability, authenticity, empathy, and connection—these four pillars form the foundation of genuine leadership in the healthcare realm.
    As we conclude another inspiring season of insightful conversations with healthcare leaders, we've delved deep into these core themes once again.
    For instance, as we explored the defining qualities of excellence in healthcare leadership, it became evident that authentic, vulnerable, and curious individuals are often the ones who put people first.
    We've also examined the powerful impact of effective listening and communication strategies, bridging the gap between patients, care providers, and leaders. Understanding the driving force behind leaders' commitment to their teams has been a remarkable journey in itself.
    The discussions have reinforced our belief that by nurturing these qualities, not only are the standards of healthcare leadership elevated, but also create a more compassionate and efficient healthcare ecosystem.

    • 15 min
    Unlocking the Community Voice with Dr. Airica Steed

    Unlocking the Community Voice with Dr. Airica Steed

    Personal experience plays a pivotal role in one’s career path.
    The good, bad, and in-between all drive a person toward creating meaningful change.
    In this episode, Dr. Airica Steed, Chief Executive Officer and President at The MetroHealth System shares how losing loved ones and experiencing a broken healthcare system fueled her determination to address health inequities and reverse historical injustices.
    As the first female, person of color, and nurse in a powerful position, Dr. Steed is dedicated to paving the way for future leaders by amplifying voices and increasing representation.

    • 32 min
    Relationships vs. Transactions: How to Enable Your Team with Dennis R. Delisle

    Relationships vs. Transactions: How to Enable Your Team with Dennis R. Delisle

    Regardless of the role, every healthcare professional contributes to the overall mission of providing care and improving patient outcomes.
    A large part of making sure their outcomes are reached is by making sure there’s a positive and collaborative environment.
    In this episode, Dennis Delisle, Executive Director of University Hospital, Brain and Spine Hospital, & Ross Heart Hospital at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center dives deep into how building relationships, valuing diverse perspectives, and prioritizing the well-being of both patients and employees helps accomplish this.

    • 38 min
    The Three Cs of Leadership: Caring, Communication, and Curiosity with Don Antonucci

    The Three Cs of Leadership: Caring, Communication, and Curiosity with Don Antonucci

    At the heart of every healthcare leader lies a passion for listening. True listening serves as the connection between a patient-provider relationship.
    It’s more than the exchange of words; it embraces emotions, fears, and hopes that patients hold.
    In this episode, Don Antonucci, CEO of Providence Health Plan, dives deep into the topic.
    He shares that when healthcare providers take the time to truly listen, a beautiful connection forms—a bridge between clinical expertise and the lived experiences of patients. This connection opens the door for trust, understanding, and partnership.

    • 33 min
    Human Connection: The Glue that Keeps Us All Together with Dr. Joanne M. Conroy

    Human Connection: The Glue that Keeps Us All Together with Dr. Joanne M. Conroy

    It’s only when we challenge ourselves and get out of our comfort zones that we experience personal growth.
    While personal growth may not seem like something an organization or industry is worried about, it’s growth that equips its employees with the skills, confidence, and capabilities to execute their roles with flying colors.
    In this episode of Moments Move Us, Dr. Joanne Conroy, CEO and President of Dartmouth Health, shares the importance of getting out of your comfort zone and how it has made her a better person and leader. Joanne shares two stories that emphasized the importance of personal growth, ranging from vulnerability to the significance of emotional processing.
    Dr. Conroy also shares her experience as the founder of Women of Impact, a group that supports women leaders in healthcare and helps them redefine their influence. They discuss the power of identifying one's purpose while using impact statements, as well as the importance of emotional processing in the workplace.

    • 35 min
    Serving Teams and Patients with Passion with Aaron Davis

    Serving Teams and Patients with Passion with Aaron Davis

    In healthcare, the compassionate dedication of personnel to assist others is imperative, but it is equally crucial to prioritize the well-being of those that provide care.
    In this episode, we hear from Aaron Davis, Vice President and CXO at UMC Health System, as he explores how to improve mental health initiatives in healthcare. Aaron shares his experience with a particular mental health initiative in his workplace, which included utilizing an app for personal self-assessments which brought counselors and chaplains straight to the employees.
    Aaron also discusses the importance of prioritizing the patient experience with a compassionate healthcare staff. The success of a business depends on the success of its employees, and that starts with making sure the wellbeing of staff is taken care of and a culture of trust and value is established.

    • 41 min

Customer Reviews

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7 Ratings

7 Ratings

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Inspiring

Love listening in on these inspiring episodes. The host does a great job at connecting with each guest.

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Insightful and uplifting for any leader

Love the host and how she prompts the guest to probe deeper into those pivotal moments. Even more relevant for those serving healthcare right now!

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