Optimism

November 30, 2017

Anyone who’s tried instituting changes in a healthcare facility knows it is a daunting task to achieve significant improvements in a timely manner. Sustaining employees’ efforts long enough to get impressive results is rare. In large part this is due to the difficulties involved in overcoming people’s frustrations and discouragement when setbacks occur and mistakes […]

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Why Wellbeing at Work is Important

November 14, 2017

Thanksgiving is here. Most employees will welcome having a few days off for rest and relaxation. But according to Gallup polls, 70% of working Americans will be grateful to they don’t have to go to a workplace they dislike. Some scoff at the expectation that employees should expect to be happy at work. However, success […]

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Is Your Passion Healthy or Destructive?

November 8, 2017

Passion is the source of our inspiration and motivation. Enhancing passion for doing excellent work empowers us to perform at the highest level. Maintaining passion enables us to invest significant amounts of time and energy engaging in a job that we love to do because we believe it’s important. Passion converts a profession into a […]

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Engagement – The Key to Improving Healthcare Performance

October 13, 2017

For decades, people interested in improving healthcare organizations have focused on putting problem employees into “performance improvement” plans.  The traditional approach has held leaders responsible for poor performing employees and provided remedial training in how to hold their employees accountable.  However, a quick review of the Gallup longitudinal data demonstrates that these approaches have not […]

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Reset negative emotions with positivity

September 5, 2017

Some say misery loves company. But sharing negativity just makes everyone miserable.

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The Key to Increasing Employee Engagement

August 25, 2017

Business success depends on highly motivated employees. But many organizations plod along with a low level of employee engagement. Workers who are under-engaged can be difficult to identify. The best term for an employee who is not engaged in their job is “clock watcher.” They show up on time, but are more focused on getting […]

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Setbacks Can Make Us Stronger

July 20, 2017

Would you like to know the secret to being successful?

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