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Leadership Insights Goes Live

We have been working on a project for the Ohio State University College of Medicine since June that is meant to replace the old way of communicating… the email newsletter.  Dr. Souba and the Deans were looking for a way to discuss important and relevant topics in different areas of leadership at a medical college and academic medical centers. 

What we came up with is Leadership Insights-Inciting Leadership.  The purpose is to create conversation around the scholarly topics of leadership and how they intersect with academic medicine.  You can see the blog here. 

During this process, a very smart person pointed out, “leadership can come from anywhere, it doesn’t happen just because of a title that is bestowed on you.”

Good call.

To that end, we want all levels of our organization to be involved in the conversation.  Let us know what you think!

Why Social Media at OSU Medical Center?

OSUMC’s Chief Communication Officer, Beth NeCamp, reflected on her experience at the recent AAMC conference, emphasizing the importance of social media on both a local and national landscape. She charged OSUMC’s communications and marketing department to use social media tools to acheieve department goals and ultimately strive to align these projects with our organization’s strategic goals. The elements of social media can truly evolve everything from internal staff communications to pieces of our national reputation. Beth continued on, emphasizing the need for our engagement in these opportunities, charging the Medical Center’s communications and marketing department with adding an element of social media to our P3s for this next year.  Get tweeting, folks!