Author: Judy

As we begin to emerge from our COVID-19 quarantine cocoons, consider how we will grow from our experiences. Will we think and act differently from our pre-pandemic selves? Charles Darwin would be intrigued by how we lead in these unprecedented times of change, fear and...

Staying in Touch…It’s so easy. Why aren’t we better at it? Sometimes, identifying the things that we should do is just a matter of common sense. But, unfortunately, that doesn’t mean that we remember to, have the time to, or ”want” to do them. Or, as...

I was honored to have been invited to serve as Moderator at the 12th Annual Lee White Innovation Institute hosted by Lankenau Medical Center in Wynnewood, PA on February 5. The Institute is an annual event for the Healthcare Leadership Network of the Delaware Valley...

How Fred Rogers’ grandfather showed him the beauty of being "just the way you are." Fred Rogers, a.k.a. Mister Rogers, received more than 40 honorary degrees and numerous awards, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2002 and a Lifetime Achievement Emmy in 1997. He was...

Naughty or Nice? I first saw this cartoon over 35 years ago. That was when my friend and psychologist colleague, Lewis Alban, PhD, shared it as his annual winter holiday greeting. And he sent it every year thereafter. He was a creature of habit. And I came...