Learn from Anne Corley Baum, the President of Lehigh Valley Reilly Children’s Hospital, part of Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN) and author. She has run leadership training programs through her own company, Vision Accomplished, that focus on leadership development. She has spent years serving in leadership roles and teaching leadership to high potential employees on their way to the C -Suite. Anne is passionate about sharing useful and easy to apply techniques to help people succeed.
Join Seasons Leadership Co-Founder Susan Ireland and Communications and Marketing Leader Lauren Penning as they talk to Anne about integrity, getting results, tips on taking out the “head trash” and empowering others.
(1:48) Anne introduces her leadership journey and how it was defined by having the courage to take on a bigger opportunity. Anne shares what helped accelerate her success as a leader within organizations and as owner of her own consulting business.
Empowering others to be the best they can be (7:23)
Anne shares her personal mission to help others be the best they can be so they can succeed. The leaders discuss the things that can get in your way. Anne shares the inspiration behind her books.
Defining leadership (13:26)
Anne identifies integrity as the most important characteristic of a leader because it builds trust. The leaders also talk about how leadership is about getting results.
Fighting head trash (16:32)
Anne introduces the idea of “head trash” and gives tips on how to dismiss negative talk and step into a new leadership role with confidence. The leaders discuss how this leads back to operating with integrity.
There is no one way to be a leader (36:50)
Anne shares a leader she admires that is seemingly not like her. Susan shares story from early in her career about feedback she got to mold her into a certain kind of leader. The leaders agree that there are lots of paths to the results - just because you do it differently doesn’t make you wrong.
We all want to be heard and seen. (41:30)
The leaders talk about being a lifelong learner. Worth the effort to try and build that relationship. Anne shares her favorite quotes. Susan and Lauren break down what they learned from their discussion with Anne.
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