BCU President and CEO Mike Valentine Part of Compassionate Leadership Movement
Chicago - BCU President and CEO Mike Valentine’s charismatic and empathetic leadership style has continually guided him, and BCU, to tremendous success. Most recent is Valentine’s appearance in American healthcare executive, global health activist, author and former CEO of Tivity Health, Donato Tramuto’s new book, “The Double Bottom Line: How Compassionate Leaders Captivate Hearts and Deliver Results” in which Tramuto interviews forty successful leaders who practice compassionate leadership. “I’m honored to be part of the movement for compassionate leadership. Everything this book stands for is so personal to me,” said Valentine. With this publication, Tramuto analyzes the compassionate leadership gap to redefine what it means to be a leader.
Valentine appears alongside many other influential and compassionate leaders such as founder and CEO of Sharecare and founder of WebMD, Jeff Arnold; Congressman Joe Kennedy; Diane Munson, president of Caremark; Katie Couric; Bruce Broussard, CEO of Humana; Dr. Sandro Galea, Dean at Boston University School of Public Health, Thasunda Duckett, CEO, TIAA, Dr. Craig Samitt, president and CEO of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, and more.
“The Double Bottom Line: How Compassionate Leaders Captivate Hearts and Deliver Results” is available now.
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