Thank you for another successful Leadership Maxims series

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The second installment of my Leadership Maxims series recently ended, and I hope that you enjoyed it as much as I did!

I love this series because it gives me a chance to share my Leadership Maxims, and it’s also such a great opportunity to spotlight amazing leadership throughout the organization. I’m so proud of the employees who were highlighted in the series for their outstanding service, and I was thrilled to read all of the great comments to and about the featured employees.

It is always a pleasure to read about the wonderful people who work at Texas Children’s and to hear from those who make our organization such a special place for our patients and their families. To thank them for their hard work and input, more than 100 employees who were either highlighted in the series or participated by commenting recently got to attend an exclusive private event with the Houston Texans. The event was held on October 30 and included an autograph session with two football players and a behind-the-scenes tour of NRG Stadium.

Click here to view a video recap of the event and here to look at photos from the celebration.

For three hours, employees got to kick back and relax in the Champion’s Club, get autographs from players Brian Peters and Alfred Blue, snap selfies with Texans cheerleaders and see some of NRG Stadium’s hot spots. This was a well-deserved break that I am thrilled our partnership with the Houston Texans allows.

I look forward to hearing from more of you during next year’s Maxims series. Until then, keep doing what you are doing – and striving to do even better – at making Texas Children’s one of the best places to care for children and women, in Texas, across the country and globe.

 

Mark H. Wallace

Category: Maxims of Leadership

About Mark A. Wallace

Mark A. Wallace was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of Texas Children’s Hospital in 1989 at the age of 36. Under his leadership, Texas Children’s has grown into one of the nation’s largest and most comprehensive pediatric and women’s health care organizations, garnering more than 3.7 million patient encounters annually and achieving international recognition as a referral center.

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