Overwhelmed? Empower yourself and engage with others to achieve remarkable results!

March 2, 2018

Whether you’re a doctor or a nurse, a healthcare leader or clinical technician, you have ideas about what needs to happen to improve patient care. The problem is you have a hard time getting anyone to even listen to you, much less act on your ideas. Not to mention the fact that you’re already on […]

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Happy Holidays or Hassled Holidays?

December 19, 2017

Tis the season to be crazed. Adding all of the holiday activities to the demands of your already busy life can cause you to feel like you’re caught in a tidal wave of obligations. Rather than happy holidays, this time of the year may become more like the hassled holidays. The signs that the holidays […]

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Give Yourself the Gift of Gratitude

December 13, 2017

Gratitude is one of the most powerful methods for making yourself happier. When you’re feeling stressed, gratitude is the antidote that can neutralize the negativity that’s pervading your mind. Rather than ruminating on all the problems and pressures you’re facing, taking time to be grateful can create the counterbalance you need to maintain your well […]

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What You Will Get Out of PROPEL to Quality Healthcare: Six Steps to Improve Patient Care, Staff Engagement and the Bottom Line

December 8, 2017

You may have wondered, “How can I become an exceptionally high performing leader in my healthcare organization?” Read on! You will learn the essential skills that extraordinarily influential people use to inspire and influence others. The first principle for improving performance – yours as well as your staffs – is to ignite Passion. When you […]

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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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Mindset Shifts PROPEL Performance

November 2, 2017

To achieve breakthrough results, leaders and providers need new ways of thinking to overcome the negativity that permeates their professional life. How negative has it become? Burn out rates are alarmingly high: 46% of physicians (WebMD, 2016) and 63% of nurses (Kronos, 2017). The consequences to patients are profound. Current estimates are that 15 million […]

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Are You Floundering or Flourishing?

October 27, 2017

Karen was working 65 hours a week managing an Intensive Care Unit. She was a dedicated leader who was committed to ensuring high quality patient care. Just the person you would want in that position, right? Actually, she was asked to resign. And she readily agreed. How did such a caring, hard-working person come to […]

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Is Positive Psychology Fluff or Financially Beneficial?

October 24, 2017

Some healthcare leaders dismiss teaching employees the principles of Positive Psychology as “fluff,” insisting that their focus must be on hardcore business results. However, the evidence shows that when staff create more positive engagement in their workplace, they also generate solid financial results. In hospitals, the cost of turnover on units has been carefully studied, […]

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Does Positivity Help Organizations Be More Successful?

October 20, 2017

On a really bad day, have you wondered what would happen if people had more positive attitudes?  Would your organization have significantly better outcomes? The results are in. Positive practices produce good outcomes in organizations by increasing productivity, quality, customer satisfaction, employee retention, and profitability. In Practicing Positive Leadership, Kim Cameron reveals research that supports […]

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A Seriously Dysfunctional Hospital Unit

October 18, 2017

“I’m miserable working in this lunatic asylum,” Jan blurted out. “I’ve never seen anything like what’s happening here, and nothing I do makes a bit of difference.” “Wow. Sounds bad. What’s going on?” I wanted to know. Jan recounted the story of the new nurse who had been threatened. “I have her resignation letter right […]

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