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Ep3: Leadership by Design at the Mayo Clinic | Dr. Stephen Swensen
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Ep3: Leadership by Design at the Mayo Clinic | Dr. Stephen Swensen

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“Culture is absolutely the mortar between the bricks and the primary value of Mayo Clinic that everyone knows. From the environmental services folks to the accountants, to the nurses and doctors and social workers, the needs of the patient come first.”

— Dr. Stephen Swensen, Former Director for Leadership and Organization Development at Mayo Clinic.

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In this episode, Dr. Stephen Swensen previously of the Mayo Clinic, explores leadership at this prestigious healthcare institution. He outlines how being a physician-led organisation allows them to fulfil their mission of patient excellence. This includes discussing their deliberate structure, ethos, and culture. Dr. Swensen explores the importance of an egalitarian approach to valuing staff, key activities to enhance staff engagement and ways to enhance professional satisfaction.


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About our guest: Dr Stephen Swensen has served patients for 35 years at the Mayo Clinic.  At Mayo, he was also the Director for Leadership and Organization Development and Chief Quality Officer. He is a Full Professor and was Principal Investigator of two National Institutes of Health grants and has authored three books and 207 articles. He was honoured with the Diamond Lifetime Achievement Award, served as the president of two international societies and founded the Big Sky Group. He holds a Master of Medical Management degree from Carnegie Mellon University. Dr. Swensen is a Senior Fellow of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, where his focus is the creation of Joy in Work.

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