What is psychological safety? According to Dr. Edmondson, it is a belief that one will not be punished or humiliated for speaking up with ideas, questions, concerns, or mistakes, and that the team is safe for inter-personal risk-taking.
1 hr. 2 min.
Dr. Conti discusses psychological trauma: what it is and its far-reaching, profound effects on the mind and body.
1 hr. 11 min.
In this provocative and practical conversation, Brad shares a healthier, more sustainable model for success.
1 hr. 4 min.
Described as an experienced leader with “exceptional maturity” and a reputation for “respectful and thoughtful engagement,” Dr. Chen generously shares his personal experiences and insight.
49 min.
Dr. Erkmen discusses the importance of listening to what the community needs and creative initiatives that she leads through Temple University.
55 min.
Listeners will discover interesting personal details such as Dr. Pickens, along with his five siblings, grew up on a farm in a rural Alabama town.
30 min.
This inspirational leader shares remarkable, thought-provoking details about her journey into medicine.
50 min.
Dr. Romano has overcome stigmas and changed paradigms, and she’s done this by confidently wearing her emotions on her sleeve.
41 min.
With generous detail, Dr. Flores describes his “jagged line” to cardiothoracic surgery, while crediting luck and his supportive mom for much of his success.
53 min.
Ourania A. Preventza, MD, MBA, examines demographic trends among cardiothoracic surgery trainees in all accredited US training programs over the past 13 years.
28 min
This “giant” in cardiothoracic surgery shares her perspectives and thoughts about overcoming challenges associated with shattering glass ceilings, constant changes in cardiothoracic surgery, and the need to adopt a growth mindset in the quest for excellence.
42 min.
Listeners will discover fascinating personal details, like why Dr. Kpodonu considers himself an “international gentleman.”
47 min.