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Listen to our CEO, Dr. Laurie Cure offer perspective on leading without fear.
Virtual work has not been easy. Here is how leaders can help.
Moving employees beyond fears takes a skilled leader. Here is how you can help your employees during times of change and uncertainty.
The right organizational structure is critical for any company to flourish. Updating and adjusting your structure should be a regular process. Read here for why you should consider a restructure.
Don’t lose sight of your organizational culture. It might be the one thing that sustains your company during a crisis. Read here for best practices to nurture your culture during change and uncertainly.
How can leaders build a sense of control in a rapidly changing environment? Check out our latest CEOWorld article for answers.
Laurie was interviewed for a special edition of the importance of seeing the world through the eyes of others as we respect cultural competency in patient care.
Creating an inclusive, diverse company requires conscious effort. Here are 5 questions to ask yourself to ensure you are building an inclusive culture and organization.
As a leader, giving feedback can be the most impactful part of your role. Ensuring that what you say is compassionate, yet direct; empathetic, yet behavior changing can be challenging. Our article on giving feedback offer leadership techniques to ensure success.
For nursing teams in particular, the COVID19 crisis has pushed fatigue and burnout to new breaking points. This article shares our experience working with nursing teams at Baptist Health to build resiliency and promote connectivity among nursing staff during the pandemic.
Here’s how one team built resilience and maintained emotional health during a pandemic to ensure they stayed healthy to provide excellent patient care.
In healthcare dyad leadership team which embrace a cooperative partnership between physicians and providers and their administrative partner are imperative for growth, quality, and effectiveness.
Growth mindset is more than just optimism. It’s about embracing learning, growing from failure, and coming out the other side of difficult circumstances with a new openness to growth.
Emergency planning is not just COVID-19. It can mean the difference between sustaining your business or losing it in the event of an disaster.
Being resilient and overcoming adversity starts with emotional intelligence. Read here for tips on building resiliency to avoid burnout.
One of our most popular articles. Leaders tend to believe they need to be experts and all knowing. In reality, most employees want a guide and coach, not someone who just tells them what to do.
Great leaders use very predictable words and phrases. They give credit to their teams, are humble and view leadership with a servant heart.
Compassion fatigue and burnout lead to significant negative consequences in both work and life. For teachers and educators, the last year has been a challenge like no other. Read here for actionable advice to reduce compassion fatigue.
Achieving work-life balance can feel like an unattainable goal. These tips can assist you in understanding and managing the commitments in your life.
The Damage Done: Dealing with Narcissism in the Workplace. Narcissistic leaders are toxic on the workplace. They can be detrimental to positive company culture and employee engagement. Watch for these red flags to identify narcissists in the workplace and manage these behaviors in order to support healthy organizational cultures.
After a year into the pandemic, paying attention to your organization’s culture is more important than ever. This article explores tips on how to nurture your culture to thrive beyond COVID-19.
The art of bottom lining allows us to make a point clearly and concisely. It keeps your communication engaging and allows for expansive dialogue.
A learning mindset is a skill developed and perfected over a lifetime. Read here for tips on how to build a growth mindset to support your work and life.
Imposter syndrome impacts all of us at some point in our lives and careers. In this article, Gail shares tips to battle the feelings of inadequacy and isolation in your work.
COVID-19 has brought both hardships growth. Many of us have learned important lessons and, while the challenges were not easy, the pandemic leaves a great deal of positive changes that we want to embrace into the future.
When employees raise concerns about a project, team member or issue, it usually stems from fears that must be resolved to achieve buy-in and collaboration.
Developing emotional intelligence skills supports leader success. This critical leadership competency including building self-awareness, self-management, social awareness and relationship management, can mean the difference between failure and achievement.