401 W. Kennedy Blvd.
Tampa, FL 33606
Education: 1977 Business, University of Evansville, B.S.
1985 Communication, Eastern Michigan University, M.A.
2013 Leadership, Andrews University, Ph.D.
Courses Taught: Communication
Problem Solving and Leading in Cybersecurity
Career Specialties: Bill Auxier's area of interest is leadership and communication in healthcare, particularly rural health.
Professional and Community Activities: Auxier is conducting research to determine the relationship of team stakeholder centered coaching and leadership engagement with a senior leadership team at a critical access hospital.
His most recent publication in a peer reviewed journal is:
A Comparison of Worldviews of Business Leaders from Disparate Geographic Cultures, The Journal of Values Based Leadership, 3(2), Summer/Fall 2015.
Other publications include:
Book: Masters of Success: Proven Techniques for Achieving Success in Business and Life (2004), Wall Street Journal Best Seller, Contributing Author.
Book: To Lead, Follow: 26.2 Miles to Greater Clarity and Effectiveness as a Leader (2014). eLit Award Winner. Amazon Best Seller.
Book: What Rural Health Leaders Are Saying (2018). A compilation of rural heath leadership best practices.
Auxier is the executive director of Rural Health Leadership Radio, a nonprofit established to serve healthcare leaders serving the underserved in rural America. He is also the CEO of the Dynamic Leadership Academy providing leadership consulting and coaching to healthcare executives and host of the podcast Rural Health Leadership Radio.
Auxier is an elected member of the National Rural Health Association’s Rural Health Congress, a member of the International Coaching Federation-Western Florida Chapter, programs chair and board member of the American College of Healthcare Executives-Western Florida Chapter and an affiliate member of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School. He is also a volunteer coach with MBA students at The University of Tampa.
Auxier is also a popular speaker and facilitator. Some of his more recent engagements include:
CEU Panel Discussion Moderator: American College of Healthcare Executives-Western Florida Chapter (May, 2018). Manatee Memorial Hospital, Bradenton, FL: “Social Media in Healthcare: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly.”
Keynote: Oklahoma Rural Health Association Annual Conference, Norman, OK (May, 2018). “What Rural Health Leaders Are Saying.”
Keynote: Texas Organization of Rural and Community Hospitals, Dallas, TX (April 2018). “Rural Strong Begins with You!”
Qualified Education Credits Presentation: Western Florida Chapter of ACHE (July 2018) Manatee Memorial Hospital, Bradenton, FL: “Dealing with Difficult People”
Keynote: Illinois Rural Health Association Annual Conference, Champaign, IL (August, 2018). “What Rural Health Leaders Are Saying.”
Keynote: Missouri Rural Health Association Annual Conference, Lake of the Ozarks, MO (August, 2018). “What Rural Health Leaders Are Saying.”
Keynote: Nebraska Rural Health Association Annual Conference, Kearney, NE (September, 2018). “What Rural Health Leaders Are Saying.”
Honors and Awards: eLit Award for book, To Lead Follow