Healthcare

healthcaresolve_problemHealth care organizations including Home Health provider, wellness center and chiropractors have issues which need to be addressed such as leadership, team building, business planning, marketing and client loyalty. Shown below and linked to our blog are a number of projects and programs which apply to these professional organizations.

  • Simon Sinek Leadership wisdom from Simon Sinek To be authentic is to be imperfect. Authenticity is about imperfection. And authenticity is a very human quality. To be authentic is to be at peace with your imperfections. Great leaders are not the strongest; they are the ones who are honest about their weaknesses. Great leaders are not the smartest; they are the ones who admit how much they don't know. Great leaders can't do everything; they are the ones who look to others to help them. ... Read more
  • Staffing and Unemployment Staffing in the 3.8% Unemployment World As you drive down any street over the last several months, almost every business has a Help Wanted sign outside. It’s the sign of the times. With the current low unemployment rate and the health business environment, businesses have a problem servicing their existing customers and growing new business. It is a different world from a few years ago and may require new ways of staffing. Always Be Looking In the past, when the need to hire ... Read more
  • Listening Better Being a Good Listener  It is widely understood that listening is an important skill in a wide range of activities. To be a great leader or manager, you must be a good listener. To be a good salesperson, you must learn to listen to the needs of your customer or client. To be a good teacher, you must listen to the feedback from your class. To be a good parent, you must listen to the questions from your children. Listening is ... Read more
  • Changing Behavior Behavioral Changes in You Organization We often wonder if we can change the way people in our organization behave. It seems like such an impossible task, but much work has been done in understanding some basic concepts which leaders can use to modify the behavior of others and improve productivity. How do you correct the behavior of a staff member who is always late or someone who wants to take up your time complaining about others? How do you develop a ... Read more
  • Time Management Critical Things Organized and Productive People Do Every Day We often confuse being productive with working as fast as we can, every second of the day. We fear that slowing down to get organized will kill our productivity, but the facts suggest otherwise: The average office employee spends over one hour each day just looking for things. The average U.S. executive spends six weeks per year searching through messy desks and disorganized files for misplaced information. 23% of adults say they're ... Read more
  • Inspiring Leadership Moral Leadership Fortune magazine, in their September 15, 2017 issue, published an article by Dov Seidman entitled "Four Pillars of Moral Leadership." It is based on the guiding precept that while the rules of engagement in business seem to be ever-changing, there are basic rules of moral leadership that stand the test of time. The following is based on the shortened version which is posted here.   MORAL LEADERS: Are Driven by Purpose Inspire and Elevate Others Are Animated by both Courage ... Read more
  • To Listen Listening Recently we attended a conference in Reading PA at Resource Associates, during which Tammy Kohl made a presentation on Listening. I would like to share with you some of the ideas and thoughts. It was a great subject and helpful to us all. First consider on a scale of 0 to 100% what your level of efficiency is. 60% of the time we spend in communications is listening. Studies have shown that the average person listening skills are only 25 % ... Read more
  • Goal Setting Business Goal Setting The Key to Growth and Success  As we begin a new year, our hope is to continue to grow our businesses in both revenue and profitability. One of the most important responsibilities of leaders is to establish goals for their business. As a business grows, it becomes more difficult to align the efforts of  increased  employees. During the start-up phase of a business, communications tend to be informal and it is easier for the owner to ensure that expectations ... Read more
  • Learn to Say No How Do You Define Success? Recently I had a meeting with a colleague and he said something that really hit home. This person is driven and early in his career he made sacrifices with his family to get ahead.  He achieved great financial success and rapidly rose up the career ladder.  However, the financial gain was offset by the costs to his personal life: divorce, disconnected with his children, and even his own health. He told me now that he is older, and ... Read more
  • Leadership Growth Growing the Leader Within Us  "For what we've discovered, and rediscovered, is that leadership isn't the private reserve of a few charismatic men and women. It's a process ordinary people use when they're bringing forth the best from themselves and others. Liberate the leader in everyone, and extraordinary things happen." – James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner, The Leadership Challenge: How to Keep Getting Extraordinary Things Done in Organizations. Leadership is a verb, not a noun. Leadership is action, not a position. Leadership ... Read more