Health care is arguably one of the toughest fields in which to become a leader. Health care professionals are meticulously trained practitioners with staggering demands on their time and psyches and the need for perfect execution in their practice.
The prevailing approach to leadership today – and to business in general – is to focus on short-term performance rather than long-term results. This short-term focus means we’re often forced to be more transactional than strategic in our work.
We are at a turning point when it comes to having women in leadership roles in the workplace.
Empathetic leaders are in high demand and for a good reason. How can businesses train their leaders to be more empathetic? Two words: community service.
The best companies have leaders who are focused on creating more leaders. But without an honest, clear-eyed, outside assessment program, there’s simply no way to honestly gauge where you are.
It’s amusing to see the rash of articles, new thought and expertise on the millennial generation. Are they really any different from any other generation when its members entered the workforce?
19 Sep 2018
Leadership is one of the most common topics organizations provide training in, spending over $1.5 million just on external leadership courses in 2016.
The good news is that technology is giving coaches options to scale their practices without sacrificing the integrity of their client relationships.