This has been an amazing year in many aspects. The most outstanding, for me, is what I learn from the persons that I coach and the readings I do. In light of all we have discussed this year on this blog…. …The guidelines for effective and sustained change … The importance
Thank you Silverton Hospital!! To follow up with the posting of last week. I received a call on the Monday morning after our daughter’s surgery from the CEO of Silverton Hospital, located in Silverton, Oregon, a small town with an amazing hospital. It has served the community si
As you know, from reading this blog, I do a lot of reading. I hope that this reading benefits both my clients and my readers as I share information with them. Today, however, I share an experience that will hopefully establish that this information is just not theory, but that it actu
At this moment most of my time is being taken by an interview project with senior medical leaders on what makes effective physician leaders. More on that soon. In the meantime, some other topics. As I have mentioned before, one magnificent part of my work is working with brilliant and
Today we finish the final part of the Leadership Manifesto of the Operating Room Nurses which we started nearly two months ago. While the first three posts focused on ‘Because I am a leader I Must’…. we finish today with a new entreé, which is ‘Because I am a leader I cannot’…. 1. Spe
We continue today with the similar theme today, The Leadership Manifesto of the Operating Room Nurses – part three. Because I am a leader I must be… 8. Willing to praise good performance as readily as noting growth areas. Some leaders fight this one so hard and I can’t und
We continue today with the Leadership Manifesto of the Operating Room nurses leadership team of a major hospital in my area of the country. Please refer to the previous blog post of September 4, 2014 for the background on this document. Remember that our entry phrase is “Because I am
What a great summer. The coaching and consulting practice has provided many superb growth opportunities. As I have mentioned before, I work with amazing people in the healthcare and service industries. I am energized by people that lead so well and are so anxious to take their abiliti
In Fortune magazine in the June 16 annual Fortune 500 edition (http://fortune.com/2014/06/02/fortune-500-future/) was feature a super article on technologies grip on the future and how many professions will be greatly impacted. The author asks a key question “what will people do bette
This was a question asked in a recently conducted poll by LinkedIn. Today, let´s review briefly those areas and see how you are doing in each of the areas: Embrace technology – This is not to say that you have to be as technically savvy as the brilliant people working for Apple.
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