Welcome to Dianne’s
Deep Dive Leadership Postings!
April 9, 2019
In recognition of Women’s History Month, Dianne Aroh, Executive Vice President, Chief Clinical and Patient Care Officer, shared with us her perspective on what it means to be “Courageous” in alignment with the Four C’s.
Transform healthcare and be recognized as the leader of positive change.
Innovation is in our DNA, compelling us to create a world where: the highest quality care is human-centered, accessible and affordable; we deliver outcomes that matter most; and excellence is the standard.
Creative: I will do my part to make things better.
Courageous: I will do the right thing.
Compassionate: I am the human experience.
Collaborative: I embrace teamwork.
Messages to Dianne...
Once again, I wanted to tell you [Dianne] that I was very impressed and thoroughly enjoyed your presentation!
Last Saturday I attended a Ted X event in Asbury Park, which was very inspiring, motivating and insightful, and I thought a speaker like you would be very welcomed at the next year’s event on May 18th. Not sure if you are interested, but I included the link below. http://tedxasburypark.com/
I am also on a HMH Women in Leadership Mentoring Committee which will be rolling out a pilot mentorship program by the end of this year. You would be a perfect leader to add to the group of the Mentors. If you are interested, please let me know and I’ll connect you with the Chair of the group.
-Eugenia Timm, FACHE, CMPE, Director of Operations, Physician Services Division
I wanted to send you a note of thanks for your [Dianne’s] great “Humanizing Care Through Courageous Leadership” session at the HR Summit last week.
I found it extremely beneficial and thought provoking – so thank you!
-Janet Gundling, MBA, Vice President, Physician Services Division