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#169: Holistic Leadership: A Model in Post-Pandemic Recovery featuring Dr. Michael Bleich

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#169: Holistic Leadership: A Model in Post-Pandemic Recovery featuring Dr. Michael Bleich

In this interview with our special guest Dr. Michael Bleich, we talk about his Holistic Leadership Model and why it’s essential in healthcare leadership today.
October 5, 2022

#169: Holistic Leadership: A Model in Post-Pandemic Recovery featuring Dr. Michael Bleich

In this episode, we talk with our special guest Dr. Michael Bleich about his Holistic Leadership Model and the alignment with Polarity IntelligenceTM.

Michael is a Wisconsin native who has held clinical, consultative, service, academic, and association leadership positions. He has diploma, BSN, MPH, and PhD degrees from Midwestern schools and completed fellowships with the Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellows Program, the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and the WK Foundation.

Michael is not a stranger to Healthcare’s MissingLogic Podcast! He was our guest on Episode 140 when we determined at the end of the interview we needed to have him back on the show to do a deeper dive on Holistic Leadership.

Michael shares the four domains of Holistic Leadership and why it’s essential in healthcare leadership today. We also talk about his perspective on leadership and management and why we need both in healthcare.

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