SeamlessMD CEO featured on Canadian Healthcare Lessons in Leadership & Life podcast
July 28, 2021
Dr. Joshua Liu, CEO of SeamlessMD recently appeared on the Canadian Healthcare Lessons in Leadership & Life - Interview Series podcast hosted by Shiyen Shu to share lessons he’s learned while building SeamlessMD. The goal of the podcast series is to inspire and empower others, especially the next generation of leaders to grow, learn and become better leaders to truly revolutionize the healthcare system. Previous guests include Shirlee Sharkey (CEO at SE Health), John Yip (CEO at Kensington Health), Michelle Diemanuelle (CEO at Trillium Health Partners), and Heather McPherson (CEO at Women’s College Hospital).
1. Sales is a very important thing to embrace as a leader, especially when setting your vision for the company or your team 2. Hire based on trajectory and not solely experience; think about where that person will be in 3 years based on their growth potential 3. The right habits and discipline are more important than lofty goals
Below is a preview from the episode. You can check out the full interview with Dr. Liu here.
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