Leadership and Leveling Up with Executive Laurie Baedke
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Episode 36: Leadership and Leveling Up with Executive Laurie Baedke
In this episode of The Brave Enough Show, your host, Dr. Sasha Shillcutt speaks with Laurie Baekde, faculty member, author, and Director of Healthcare Leadership Programs at Creighton University. Laurie and Sasha discuss leveling up, embracing failure and how hard is normal. You do not want to miss the amazing pearls of wisdom shared on this episode!
Dr. Shillcutt and Laurie get real and talk:
Dealing with rejection
How to be a peer leader
Understanding that hard is normal
Grab a cup of coffee & Enjoy!
Laurie K. Baedke, MHA, FACHE, FACMPE, is a faculty member and Director of Healthcare Leadership Programs at Creighton University.
A sought-after speaker, author, and advisor, Laurie Baedke works with individuals and teams including early careerists, physician leaders, and senior executives. She has specific expertise in physician practice management, leadership development, organizational change, emotional intelligence, and strengths based leadership.
Laurie holds a bachelor’s degree in human services and business administration and a master’s degree in healthcare administration. At age 26, she became the youngest individual to achieve board certification as a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), and is also a board certified Fellow of the American College of Medical Practice Executives. Laurie has been certified by The Gallup Organization as a Strengths Performance Coach since 2006.
Laurie is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Nebraska ACHE Regent’s Early Career Excellence Award (2001), the Region 5 ACHE Regent’s Award for Healthcare Excellence (2006), and the ACHE Distinguished Service Award (2015).
Professionally, Laurie is a nine-year faculty member for the ACHE Annual Congress on Healthcare Leadership, teaching two courses; Developing the Next Generation of Leaders: Lessons from the First Ten Years and Resilient Leadership: The Role of Well-Being in Leadership and Organizational Performance. She has served on four national committees for ACHE; the Early Careerist, Products, Programming, and Services, and Chapter Committees. She is a current member of ACHE’s Exam Committee and the ACHE of Nebraska and Western Iowa Chapter board of directors. She also serves a variety of civic and community organizations, including current appointments on the Omaha Bridges Out of Poverty Board of Directors Executive Committee and the Leadership Omaha Curriculum Committee.
Her first book, titled The Emerging Healthcare Leader: A Field Guide, was published ACHE’s Health Administration Press in 2015. She contributed a chapter; The Clinician Entrepreneur, to a book published by Oxford Press in April, 2017 titled The Handbook of Private Practice. And, a second edition of her book, The Emerging Healthcare Leader: A Field Guide, was published ACHE’s Health Administration Press in March, 2018.
Laurie lives just outside of Omaha, Nebraska with her husband and two children.