Listen: How Company Culture in Healthcare Can Change Lives with Ginger Hardage of Unstoppable Cultures


No one knows company culture like our guest today, Ginger Hardage, Unstoppable Cultures Founder and Former Sr. VP of Culture and Communications at Southwest Airlines. She’s seen the value in creating an environment that puts people first, nourishes culture and then activates that culture from the top down. But what are some specific challenges and critical reasons for quality company culture in Healthcare? Ginger sat down with us to give us some answers, digging in to the similarities between the operating room and the cockpit, how storytelling can create unforgettable moments, and why it’s important to engage not only your patients but your employees in the midst of a trend of physician burnout.

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