How Well Do You Handle Your Team’s Complaints?

4 Actionable Steps to Listen, Engage, and Correct Here is some truth we fail to acknowledge: complaints are a reality in any workplace. Whether it’s concerns about workload, communication breakdowns, or even office politics, disgruntled employees will voice their frustrations. Now, some leaders view complaints as negativity bombs and bad press stories waiting to be […]

Finding Your Way at a Career Crossroads: Stay or Go?

Facing the Dilemma: To Leave or Not? We’ve all encountered moments in our careers when the initial shine of a new job dims into the gloom of daily grievances. Whether it’s due to undermining colleagues, overwhelming micromanagement, or a lack of clear direction, that dream position gradually becomes a test of endurance. In my decades […]

How to Restructure Your Succession Plan and Leadership Pathways to Be More Inclusive

In my early years navigating the intricate pathways of leadership, I often envisioned the journey as climbing a ladder—each rung representing a new challenge, a new achievement. Yet, as the landscapes of workplaces and communities evolved, it became evident that this traditional ladder wasn’t accessible to everyone. The model needed reimagining, not just for a […]

Why You Should Care About Diversity

You lack diversity on your leadership team.

You don’t have enough underrepresented minorities on your leadership team.

You don’t have enough of them around the table when you’re making decisions.

In healthcare, all across the country, the leadership of hospitals and healthcare organizations don’t reflect the diversity of the patients that they serve.

Women make up 78% of employees at healthcare organizations yet there are barely 22% in a leadership role above chief nursing officer.

There are many challenges in organizations with gender diversity.

It’s even more complex when it comes to underrepresented minorities.

African-Americans, Hispanics and other minorities make up 50% of the patient population at most hospitals, but less than 9% of executives around the board table.

You have a diversity problem in your organization.

You’ve got to find a way to fix it.

4 Steps To Solving A Culture Problem

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The culture in your organization is not where it needs to be.

Some may describe it as toxic.

When you’re in an organization that has a toxic culture, it can be devastating.

It leads to high turnover rates that cost the organization millions of dollars.

The moment you become aware of this type of environment, you have to do something about it.

Here’s how.

How To Build Culture With A Remote Team

How To Build Culture With A Remote Team

Culture is very important in every organization.  Whether you work in a small office or have 10,000 employees, culture can be difficult to build.  When you have a team working remotely, it can get even more difficult to build.   People may do their own thing and stray from the mission, vision, and values that you’ve created.   There may be a bad leader […]