Most people believe they have good listening skills, but more often than not, this is not the case. The good news is effective listening is something that can be learned, practiced, and mastered.
As companies strive for innovation and uniqueness, off-the-wall interview questions have gained popularity. These types of questions can include brain teasers and puzzles and are often used to assess a candidate’s thought processes, but are they useful in a healthcare scenario?
Each of a hospital’s departments is critical and must function uninterrupted, yet an unplanned vacancy in management can negatively impact processes, productivity, and profitability.
Burnout rates among health care leaders and physicians are nearly double that of workers in other professions. Reduced empathy and productivity can spiral into serious quality and financial issues for healthcare facilities if ignored.
Storytelling is a way for leaders to inspire the organization, share a vision, teach valuable lessons, define culture and values, and explaining who you are and what you believe through an engagement medium that audiences prefer. However, what if you don’t think you’re a captivating storyteller? We have five tips that will help you build your storytelling skills.
A recent Gallup report revealed some interesting findings on millennials and their habits. For example, millennials were found to be the least engaged generation, with only 29% saying they are “emotionally and behaviorally connected to their job and company.” So how can you be successful working with millennials?