Curing Chaos: Leadership Lessons from Healthcare

Dr. Donald Lombardi is a professor of management at the School of Business at Stevens and executive director of the Stevens Healthcare Educational Partnership.

Leadership in the healthcare industry is not without its unique challenges — but at the end of the day, the qualities that drive a successful leader in crisis are very similar to most other disciplines. This talk presents a set of practical strategies that leaders can immediately apply to ensure their staff performance is maximized during the COVID crisis, using real-world examples and field-proven methods to showcase relevant takeaways.

About the speaker

Dr. Donald N. Lombardi is the executive director of the Stevens Healthcare Educational Partnership, where he has secured numerous grants for developing leadership education initiatives for nonprofit safety-net hospitals. He is also the director of Stevens’ Veterans program. He has written 11 books on health care leadership, published by publishers such as John Wiley, McGraw Hill, Jossey-Bass and others, and consulted with more than 170 healthcare organizations in all 50 states and 10 foreign countries. He is a retired serviceman who rose to second lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps.