35 min

Taking On Leadership Roles in Health Care and Life with Jennifer Manders Talent Magnet Institute Podcast

    • Careers

This week Jessica Baron, Vice President at Centennial Inc. speaks to Jennifer Manders about making a difference by getting involved at work and in your community.  

Jennifer is a surgical oncologist at The Christ Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio specializing in breast cancer.  She is also the President of the Christ Hospital medical staff. She and Jessica discuss:


How her choice in her medical training specialization foreshadowed her leadership roles later in her career (2:51)

Her role in defining the importance of women’s health in the health care system, as well as the holistic approach they take in patient care (6:45)

Using your role at work to make social and structural impact in your community (10:18)


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Jennifer shares her journey into leadership roles and the active learning she sought out in order to be ready to confidently step forward and serve well.  (14:37)

“Leadership takes a lot of introspection and willingness to be vulnerable.” (15:18)
Jennifer Manders 

Jennifer also shares:

How her formal training about leadership styles gives her a cadre of tools to lead different people and different situations effectively. (15:41)

Who she looks to for mentorship and what that relationship needs to be successful (16:52)

Her journey into a leadership role as a woman in a traditionally male-dominated field (19:13)


Jessica and Jennifer switch gears to talk about:

Their unique personal and professional insights  in regards to sharing a cancer diagnosis with an employer (21:26) 

Balancing work, family, and social involvement (29:59)


LISTEN NOW!

#talentmagent
#becomingatalentmagnet
#thechristhospital
#leadership
#breastcancer

This week Jessica Baron, Vice President at Centennial Inc. speaks to Jennifer Manders about making a difference by getting involved at work and in your community.  

Jennifer is a surgical oncologist at The Christ Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio specializing in breast cancer.  She is also the President of the Christ Hospital medical staff. She and Jessica discuss:


How her choice in her medical training specialization foreshadowed her leadership roles later in her career (2:51)

Her role in defining the importance of women’s health in the health care system, as well as the holistic approach they take in patient care (6:45)

Using your role at work to make social and structural impact in your community (10:18)


LISTEN NOW!

Jennifer shares her journey into leadership roles and the active learning she sought out in order to be ready to confidently step forward and serve well.  (14:37)

“Leadership takes a lot of introspection and willingness to be vulnerable.” (15:18)
Jennifer Manders 

Jennifer also shares:

How her formal training about leadership styles gives her a cadre of tools to lead different people and different situations effectively. (15:41)

Who she looks to for mentorship and what that relationship needs to be successful (16:52)

Her journey into a leadership role as a woman in a traditionally male-dominated field (19:13)


Jessica and Jennifer switch gears to talk about:

Their unique personal and professional insights  in regards to sharing a cancer diagnosis with an employer (21:26) 

Balancing work, family, and social involvement (29:59)


LISTEN NOW!

#talentmagent
#becomingatalentmagnet
#thechristhospital
#leadership
#breastcancer

35 min

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