Leadership in Academic Health Centers: Core Concepts and Critical Cases

Author(s): Ralph A. Gigliotti, Christine Goldthwaite

Edition: 1

Copyright: 2021

Pages: 250

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Leadership in Academic Health Centers: Core Concepts and Critical Cases introduces current and aspiring academic leaders to key dimensions of effective leadership in an academic health context. Drawing upon critical incidents derived from the experiences of academic health leaders, the cases and concepts presented in this book will explore connections to the leadership, communication, and higher education/academic health literatures and encourage readers to apply the content to their experience of leading in a challenging and complex environment.

Ralph A. Gigliotti

Ralph A. Gigliotti, Ph.D. is the Director of the Center for Organizational Leadership at Rutgers University, where he provides executive leadership for the portfolio of signature academic leadership programs, consultation services, and research initiatives. He also serves as an associate faculty member in the Ph.D. Program in Higher Education and part-time lecturer in the Department of Communication. He is the author of Crisis Leadership in Higher Education: Theory and Practice (Rutgers University Press, 2019), and co-author of Leadership: Communication and Social Influence in Personal and Professional Contexts (Kendall Hunt, 2017) A Guide for Leaders in Higher Education: Core Concepts, Competencies, and Tools (Stylus, 2016). Ralph is a National Examiner for the Malcolm Baldrige Performance Excellence Program (National Institute of Standards and Technology, United States Department of Commerce). He is also actively involved in numerous boards and leadership teams, including the leadership team of the Training and Development Division for the National Communication Association and the Board of Directors for the Network for Change and Continuous Innovation (NCCI).

Christine Goldthwaite

Christine is the assistant director of the Center for Organizational Leadership at Rutgers University. In this role she oversees the coordination of the Rutgers Leadership Academy for mid-career faculty and staff from across the University and facilitates and consults in the areas of strategic planning, organizational assessment, workplace culture/climate, and communication design. As an organizational communication scholar, her research and consulting interests explore the intersection of organization design and communication design in relation to interdisciplinary and interprofessional collaboration.

In 2020, Christine completed her certification in Leadership Coaching for Organizational Performance, an International Coach Federation (ICF) Accredited Coach Training Program (ACTP). She is also a part-time lecturer in Rutgers School of Communication and Information where she teaches Leadership in Digital Contexts. She is a co-author of Leadership in Academic Health Centers: Core Concepts and Critical Cases (Kendall Hunt, 2021) and Leadership: Social Influence in Personal and Professional Settings (Kendall Hunt, 2017).

Christine has presented at state and international conferences including New Jersey Communication Association (NJCA), National Association of Communication (NCA), International Communication Association (ICA), Organizational Communication Mini-Conference (OCMC), and Network for Change and Continuous Innovation (NCCI). Christine was a 2012-2014 fellow in the Rutgers PreDoctoral Leadership Development Institute (PLDI). Before beginning her career in academia, Christine worked in advertising and business-to-business communications.

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