MD Anderson 2020 Interview Project
 
Courtney Holladay, PhD Oral History Interview, June 29 2021

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Courtney Holladay, PhD Oral History Interview, June 29 2021

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Identifier

HolladayC_01_20210629

Publication Date

6-29-2011

Publisher

The Historical Resources Center, The Research Medical Library, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

City

Houston, Texas

About the Interview

Chapter 01: Applying Psychology to the Workplace

In this chapter, Dr. Holladay talks about her background in applying organizational psychology to the workplace, the importance of embracing and fostering a culture of diversity and inclusion, and how diversity and leadership are inextricably connected.

Chapter 02: Challenges of Remote and Virtual Work

In this chapter, Dr. Holladay talks about the challenges presented by a remote/virtual working environment, how to broaden the resources and support systems that are available to people, how to measure and address the issue of burnout, the importance of taking care of yourself, and how best to promote and encourage female leaders.

Chapter 03: Building Leaders at MD Anderson

In this chapter, Dr. Holladay talks about the MD Anderson Leadership Institute, why she values her work so much in a “service-oriented industry,” and the importance of succession planning.

Chapter 04: Lessons from COVID

In this chapter, Dr. Holladay talks about the unique institutional challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, the development and importance of coaching and mentoring, studying how people learn, and how to preserve the lessons learned from the pandemic to improve the post-pandemic institution.

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Courtney Holladay, PhD Oral History Interview, June 29 2021

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