Ep. 7: Paul Rumsey (w/ Christopher Gomez)

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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

Paul Rumsey is the Senior Vice President of Strategic HR Operations at Atrium Health; in this role, he leads merger integrations, process improvements, and strategy and culture initiatives for 70,000 teammates across three different states. As Chief of Staff, he served as “HR for HR” to address teammate relation issues and to enhance HR skill development. In this episode, Paul and Chris discuss the importance of being your genuine self in order to be an effective business leader. With experience as a teacher and executive in healthcare, insurance, hospitality, and software, Paul’s lessons are valuable across industries.

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