Providence Walk With Me
By Mission Leadership Institute
Providence Walk With MeApr 03, 2023
Changing the Path of Tradition with Elizabeth Lesser (episode 2)
In part two of our conversation, host Martin Schreiber and guest Elizabeth Lesser, explore how meditation and introspection can strengthen your ability to speak your truth.
Changing the Path of Tradition with Elizabeth Lesser (episode 1)
Elizabeth Lesser, bestselling author and the cofounder of Omega Institute, joins host Martin Schreiber to discuss feminine energy, changing the path of tradition and doing power differently.
Healing Stories with Dr. Susan Huang (episode 2)
In part two of our conversation, host Martin Schreiber and guest Dr. Susan Huang, explore how healing stories can impact the ways physicians practice medicine.
Healing Stories with Dr. Susan Huang (episode 1)
Dr. Susan Huang, the Chief Medical Officer of the Providence South Division and the Chief Executive of the Providence Health Network, joins host Martin Schreiber to discuss physician burnout and ways to develop a culture of healing.
The Art of Pilgrimage with Nipun Mehta (episode 2)
In part two of our conversation, host Martin Schreiber explores the art of pilgrimage with Nipun Mehta.
The Art of Pilgrimage with Nipun Mehta (episode 1)
Nipun Mehta, founder of ServiceSpace, joins host Martin Schreiber to discuss the importance of gratitude, empathy and small acts of kindness.
Faith and Religion with Dr. Amir Hussain and Rabbi Mark Diamond (episode 2)
In part two of our conversation, host Martin Schreiber explores ways religions can connect and motivate us with Dr. Amir Hussain and Mark Diamond.
Faith and Religion with Dr. Amir Hussain and Rabbi Mark Diamond (episode 1)
Dr. Amir Hussain, chair and professor of Theological Studies at Loyola Marymount, and Rabbi Mark Diamond, senior lecturer at Loyola, join host Martin Schreiber to discuss faith, belonging and renewal.
Catholic Identity with Jack Mudd (episode 1)
Jack Mudd, joins host Martin Schreiber to discuss leadership within a Catholic health care organization.
Serving in Our Communities with Fr. Greg Boyle (episode 1)
Fr. Greg Boyle, founder of Homeboy Industries and of author of The Whole Language the Power of Extravagant Tenderness, joins Martin Schreiber to discuss how intuition can be leveraged when serving in our communities.
Mindfulness with Tami Simon (episode 2)
In part two of our conversation, Martin Schreiber explores belonging and inclusion with Tami Simon.
Mindfulness with Tami Simon (episode 1)
Tami Simon, founder and CEO of Sounds True, joins Martin Schreiber to discuss building culture and why mindfulness is a critical component of leadership.
Well-being with Ted Hamilton (episode 2)
In episode two, Ted Hamilton, MD, talks with us about the importance of building healing cultures.
Well-being with Ted Hamilton (episode 1)
Ted Hamilton, M.D., author of Physician Well-Being During Sustained Crisis: Defusing Burnout, Building Resilience, Restoring Hope, joins us to discuss how health care leaders can develop personal resilience and growth.
Spirituality of Justice with Margaret Silf (episode 2)
In episode two, Margaret Silf speaks to us about the importance of finding the joy and positivity in reviewing our day.
Spirituality of Justice with Margaret Silf (episode 1)
Margaret Silf, author of Inner Compass, joins us to discuss spirituality as a practice during challenging times.
Power of Storytelling with Mark Yaconelli (part 2)
In part two of our interview with Mark Yaconelli, we explore the call to act. "When you really pay attention and are present, there is an impulse in us to do something. An urge to act, not just feel."
Power of Storytelling with Mark Yaconelli (part 1)
Mark Yaconelli, author of Between the Listening and the Telling, joins us to discuss how the power of storytelling is the listening, not the storytelling.
Common Good with Dr. Elizabeth Wako and Dr. Solomon Wako (part 2)
In part two of our conversation with Dr. Elizabeth Wako and Dr. Solomon Wako, we explore leadership skills that focus on those on the margins.
Common Good with Dr. Elizabeth Wako and Dr. Solomon Wako (part 1)
We explore common good in our interview with Dr. Elizabeth Wako, chief executive for central Puget Sound, and her father, Dr. Solomon Wako.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion with Anthony Herrington (part 2)
In part two of our conversation with Anthony, we explore awareness and common language.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion with Anthony Herrington (part 1)
We explore vulnerability and building a workforce that leads with love in our interview with Anthony Herrington, Providence Oregon's Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer.
Belonging with Lindsay Sudeikis (part 2)
In part two of our conversation with Lindsay, we explore ancestors and a calling within a calling.
Belonging with Lindsay Sudeikis (part 1)
We explore belonging in our interview with Lindsay Sudeikis, an educator, coach, and ancestral healing practitioner with roots on Catholic mystic wisdom.
Music as Communication with John Jeter (part 2)
In this part two conversation we explore equity and music in childhood learning.
Music as Communication with John Jeter (part 1)
John shares about music as a form of communication when spoken word is not enough.
Effective Communication with Tom Henschel (part 2)
In this part two conversation Tom shares tips for in-person conversations after months of virtual meetings.
Effective Communication with Tom Henschel (part 1)
Tom shares about the importance of presence and communication in a virtual work environment.
Intentional Communities with Sr. Mary Waskowiak (part 2)
This part two conversation begins with Sr. Mary sharing what leadership taught her about herself.
Intentional Communities with Sr. Mary Waskowiak (part 1)
Sr. Mary Waskowiak is speaking from the border about the Common Good and her commitment to living in migrant communities.
Inclusive Leadership with Michael O'Loughlin (part 2)
This part two conversation begins with Michael sharing how a personal letter from Pope Francis brought a sense of hope.
Inclusive Leadership with Michael O'Loughlin (part 1)
Michael discusses his work in religion, politics and the Catholic church, as well as how inclusion can help us develop as health care leaders.
Elements of Healing with Doula and Forest Therapy Guide Jesse Remer
Simple practices to engage in the healing elements of nature and importance of biodiversity, both in a forest and our relationships. Based on her work with birthing experiences as a doula, Jesse also shares how we can be led by the sense of smell to help sync up with our internal timing and feelings of fear and love.
Compassionate leadership with Maureen Bisognano (part 2)
Maureen shares the critical sense of smell in identifying vulnerability and ways of healing, as well as our judgements and misconceptions with the sense of smell in health care settings. Listen also for the importance of connection and community, and asking others “what matters to you today?”
Compassionate leadership with Maureen Bisognano (part 1)
Maureen shares her family and her brother’s care that inspired her career and work today. Listen for her formula on becoming more emotionally intelligent and curious leaders, and the importance of listening today’s environment.
Whole Person with Carolyn Woo (Part 2)
Carolyn Woo continues her interview on whole person. This part two conversation focuses on the aspect of taste as a metaphor for leadership, and how shifting our focus from me to we is a leadership skill that will help redefine our post-pandemic world.
Whole Person with Carolyn Woo (Part 1)
What beckons you? Carolyn Woo shares how knowing yourself and honoring that knowledge is the key to being your whole person. Listen to her journey of leaving Hong Kong in 1972 to be a Purdue University foreign exchange student with only one year of funding. With scholarships and fellowships, she was able to complete her Bachelors, Masters, and Ph.D. in Strategy by 1979. After two years in industry, Carolyn was recruited back to the Purdue faculty. Soon after promotion to full professor, she was drafted into administration, first as director of the Master’s programs in Business, and then as Associate Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs. Under her leadership, the Master’s program achieved top twenty ranking in BusinessWeek and she was cited as one of TOP FORTY LEADERS UNDER FORTY by Change Magazine.
The Year of the Caregiver with Dr. Rod Hochman
A recording of Martin's Jan. 20, 2022 conversation with Dr. Rod Hochman, Providence President & CEO.
Setting the Table with Chef Sandy Sauter (Part 2)
Chef Sandy Sauter discusses how cooking and hospitality activates our awareness of our surroundings, which is particularly important leadership skill for how we "set the table" for those we serve and anticipate their needs.
Setting the Table with Chef Sandy Sauter (Part 1)
Chef Sandy Sauter discusses how awareness of cooking and tasting flavors has the ability to center us in the present moment; and the lessons she has learned from leading teams in a kitchen.
Human Dignity with Sr. Helen Prejean (Part 2)
Martin continues the conversation with Sister Helen Prejean, author of Dead Man Walking, about human dignity and the sense of touch in health care.
Human Dignity with Sr. Helen Prejean (Part 1)
Sister Helen Prejean is the author of Dead Man Walking: An Eyewitness Account of the Death Penalty in the United States. She talks with Martin about her experiences that shaped her views on human dignity, and how health care workers can find hope in these times of pandemic.
Esperanza with "the Pope's poet" Alexis Valdez
Cuban actor and poet, Alexis Valdes, joins Martin for a conversation about the meaning of hope based on his poem published in Pope Francis' book Let Us Dream.
Health Equity with Psychiatrist Dr. Jessica Isom (Part 2)
In this Part 2 conversation, Dr. Isom discusses her experiences in work and parenthood that inform ways of building an anti-racist culture that is inclusive of those on the margins.
Health Equity with Psychiatrist Dr. Jessica Isom (Part 1)
Dr. Isom discusses her work in health equity and anti-racism, as well as how we may navigate the journey of mental well-being amidst the current pandemic.
Authentic Leadership with Debra Canales (Part 2)
Debra Canales shares her personal experience with domestic abuse, and how being "broken open" inspires her today. The second half of the conversation on authentic leadership continues with Providence's executive vice president and chief administrative officer. Deb has been named a Top 25 Minority Executive by Modern Healthcare and one of the 100 Most Influential Latinas by Latino Leaders Magazine.
Authentic Leadership with Debra Canales (Part 1)
Debra Canales shares her pilgrimage to authentic leadership, and the skills we all need in our work today. Deb is Providence's executive vice president and chief administrative officer. She’s been named a Top 25 Minority Executive by Modern Healthcare and one of the 100 Most Influential Latinas by Latino Leaders Magazine.
Heroic Leadership with Chris Lowney (Part 2)
Mission centered leadership is the topic of conversation in the second half of Martin's interview with Chris Lowney, best selling author and board vice chairman for one of the largest healthcare systems, CommonSpirit Health.
Heroic Leadership with Chris Lowney (Part 1)
What is heroic leadership, and why is it important in this pandemic? Martin speaks with Chris Lowney, best selling author and board vice chairman for one of the largest healthcare systems, CommonSpirit Health.