Ep. 6: Marc Woods (w/ Christopher Gomez)

by | Jan 19, 2021 | Podcasts | 0 comments

Show Description

The Leading Virtuously Podcast’s mission is to nurture the business community by offering testimonials of executives that are leading virtuously to inspire you to do the same. The guests on this show are executives from top organizations that will provide actionable tips, tools, and techniques for improving your leadership style, career, and life in general.

About our Guest

Marc Woods is the Assistant Chief Nurse Executive for Behavioral Health at UK Healthcare, the health care system based on the campus of the University of Kentucky. In this episode, Marc and Chris discuss how leading compassionately can shape a community and the benefits that can be accessed through investment in long-term relationships. Marc’s story serves as an inspiration for business leaders; he was the first in his family to attend college, and he is now on the pathway to earn a doctorate in nursing leadership. He is also a husband, father of two, and member of several professional organizations.

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