Lee Hubert

Principal Consultant - Founder iTrainManagersforSuccess, Voltage Leadership Consulting

Lee Hubert is a professional leadership trainer, coach, facilitator and speaker. He is the founder of iTrainManagersforSuccess and is affiliated with Voltage Leadership Consulting. Lee is also the Co-Host of the Voltage Leadership Radio Show, “Illuminating Leadership.” Lee draws from over 25 years’ experience in human resources and leadership development roles in the laboratory, healthcare, technology, financial, and energy sectors at Fortune 500 companies including: Carilion Clinic, MCI, Wisconsin Energy, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, Wake Forest University Hospital, and the Hospital Corporation of America. As an on-boarding coach for Slone Partners, the premiere search firm for laboratory scientific-operations and sales talent, Lee works some of the most with cutting edge biotech companies in the USA. As a public speaker, he has presented leadership development topics at management retreats and strategic planning sessions throughout the US regarding communication, professional development, conflict resolution, time management, and management best practices. Lee holds an MBA in Human Resource Management and current SPHR / Senior Certified Professional (SCP) Certifications. He resides at Smith Mountain Lake, VA with his wife Jane. His other interests include running, playing guitar and golf.

Lee is speaking at

Track: Adding Value to Your Lab
October 25, 2018
4:50 pm - 5:40 pm
Regency D


  • Lee Hubert (Speaker) Principal Consultant - Founder iTrainManagersforSuccess, Voltage Leadership Consulting
  • Joseph Keary (Speaker) CEO & Chief Consultant, JGK Leadership Consulting


The traditional “profile” of the laboratory professional is of an introvert who likes to work away from the limelight and only leave the bench or office for lunch and to go home. But this lack of visibility is damaging to our profession, leading many to either overlook or minimize the critical nature of our profession in patient care. This session will discuss why laboratorians need to break out of our self-imposed cocoon and how to become active participants in the patient care experience and be more engaged in organizational governance, using an outward mindset. We will then look at how laboratory leaders can help others unlock their personal and professional values, talents, and abilities. We’ll discuss how to apply the success equation, build the trust bridge, erase drama, push people appropriately, coach people up, grow people, and resolve conflict.

After this session, attendees will be able to:

Identify the key differences between outward and inward mindset

Develop a plan to identify and address some counter-productive workplace behaviors

Use the tools of the outward mindset in improving both interdepartmental relationships (such as the laboratory and the emergency department) and the patient care experience at their institution

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