Changing the Know-it-all Mindset with Amber Pedersen ROO at MedMan
Failures and mistakes are part of life. Winston Churchill said, “Success is stumbling from failure to failure without no loss of enthusiasm”.
It is from our mistakes that we learn flexibility, humility, and embracing positivity. When we fail, we learn. We grow and increase our understanding and perspective in life, career, and relationships. Many of our lifelong lessons come from failures and mistakes, painful as they may be.
In this episode, we continue our interview with Amber Pedersen. In part 1, Amber talked about self-policing and its impact on organizations.
In today’s episodes, we focus on failures and missteps, lessons Amber has learned, and what steps she is taking to make or do things better. She also shares funny personal experiences, insights from mistakes, and learning to understand the different sides to make better decisions.
Get your notebook ready as this podcast is full of insights. Please tune in!
Today’s Guest: Amber Pedersen
Amber is a Regional Operating Officer at MedMan. Before joining MedMan, she worked as a Director of Surgical Services at the Lewiston Orthopedic Association. Prior to that, she was also the Emergency Room Charge Nurse at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center. Amber has a long experience of working as a nurse and administrator.
She completed her Bachelor's degree at Lewis-Clark State College and her Masters at the University of St. Thomas.
There’s always something new, something you need to learn in healthcare.
We are all going to make mistakes. It’s the ability to admit you made a mistake and that you don’t know anything that is more important.
We all have opinions. Understanding why other people think differently helps make better decisions.
Put yourself in other people’s shoes.
Learn to ask questions that will add value to your organization.
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