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201 – The value behind mentorship and being an authentic leader. Adam Brett, ResApp

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201 – The value behind mentorship and being an authentic leader. Adam Brett, ResApp

Do you have a mentor and do you truly know the value of mentorship? Adam Brett is the director of commercial partnerships at ResApp. He is a husband and a…
December 22, 2021

201 – The value behind mentorship and being an authentic leader. Adam Brett, ResApp

Do you have a mentor and do you truly know the value of mentorship?
Adam Brett is the director of commercial partnerships at ResApp. He is a husband and a dad to three wonderful little boys. Adam has been with ResApp for approximately twelve months in the commercialisation area, which has been quite exciting for him.
ResApp is an AI product with algorithms that can diagnose pneumonia, lower respiratory tract issues and more.
In this episode, Michelle and Adam discuss the importance of having a mentor and crushing that fallacy of the need for a work and personal self. They also look at the power of being vulnerable, the significance of building a feedback culture within the workforce and much more. 
This episode is jam-packed with great advice and the experience of an industry expert. Learn about the challenges with AI in healthcare, ways that you can assess your achievements and improve on them for the coming year. Also, find out if one is better than the other; startups versus big corporations. 

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