Leaders develop with experience. Not just the experience of success but also through the pain and disappointment of failure.
In 2017 Gallup reported that 70% of the US workforce is unengaged! That is a 3 point jump over 2015. How does that happen? I hear all the time from clients and colleagues, “I can’t find good employees.” Is it because the quality of employees has declined? Or is something …
let me rephrase that, some leaders will blame money or time for their slow progress in change. They wait for a others or their suppliers to innovate. I hear it in the language that then reinforces their beliefs:
I am talking to a consultant who was hired to help an organization convert their Customer Relation Management system (CRM). Everything went well. About 90 days after the conversion they called him
back and asked him to work with one of their employees who was just having a hard time with the system.
They said, “Steve is a valuable employee. He has been with us for more than twenty years. We really want him to get on board”.
The consultant sat with Steve for two weeks. When …
I was recently reading in Health Leaders Magazine about Kadlec Medical Center, a community hospital in the Northwest. What struck me about the story was the counterintuitive approach the CEO took in
turning the hospital around. As the story went, in the 1990’s the hospital experienced significant financial challenges. Initially, they struggled and reacted in the usual ways by cutting expenses
Eventually, they found they could no longer staff the number of beds that they were licensed to fill. …