“I share with you my ideas of what a real leader is and what a real leader does because I find these qualities in short supply today. First of all, real leadership starts from a proposition that you do not seek or accept a leadership designation because it pays better or because you get more fame or recognition, but because you hunger for the responsibility of making a difference by creating the condition that people in your organization can contribute in a way that gives meaning to their lives.” [Emphasis added].
Paul O'Neill published this article in Public Administration Review, Vol. 72 Issue 1, January/February 2012, pgs. 11-12. Learn more here.
Ken Segel is a co-founding principal of Value Capture and serves as Managing Director of the firm. In this role he provides support to CEOs of healthcare organizations dedicated to eliminating injuries and improving quality as a means to dramatically raise the clinical and financial performance of the entire institution. Ken's full bio