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LEADING HEALTHCARE TRANSFORMATION THROUGH CHAOS

Let’s face it, if we are not changing, chances are we’re not alive. Resistance to change is normal and natural. You see, the minute your brain realizes you are moving out of your ‘comfort zone’…it automatically sets off the famous

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LEADING CHANGE THROUGH CHAOS

Let’s face it, if we are not changing, chances are we’re not alive.  Resistance to change is normal and natural.  You see, the minute your brain realizes you are moving out of your ‘comfort zone’…it automatically sets off the famous

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What Worked Then, Won’t Work Now!

The prevalence of knowledge workers and the knowledge workforce is actually less than three decades old, and we all know change is mostly slow and painful.  But the truth of the matter is what worked for success in the 1990’s

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Six Behaviour Attitudes of Enlightened Leadership

It is a known fact that when people are engaged positively with their leader they are more likely to be engaged in their work. Enlightened leaders succeed where other leaders fail because they perform at a higher level, are more

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The Key to Collaboration: Cooperative Attitude

A cooperative attitude is performance power. And a cooperative attitude is critical to building strong, sustainable teams. We know that when teams are engaged by their leadership in a cooperative environment not only is there in an increase in employee

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The #1 KPI for Future Leaders

Successful leadership of the future will require a complete culture shift to a new leadership mindset of connectivity. In the developed world, our organizations are now composed primarily of knowledge workers – people who have a lot of education and

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An Energized Workplace: The 4 Steps Recapped

As we recap the 4 Step Process for an energized workforce outlined in my previous posts it becomes clear that leaders of the future will have to do far more ‘inside’ work than was required of their predecessors. Step 1

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An Energized Workplace: Step 2

In the 2012 Global Workforce Study by Towers Watson it was revealed that “engagement, as traditionally defined, is not sufficient to give employers the sustained performance lift they need – or keep employees doing their work effectively in today’s pressured

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An Energized Workplace: Step 1

The ultimate goal of human existence is to live a joyful and abundant life. Everyone strives for that existence – whether they know it or not. When we consider that we spend a great part of our waking hours at

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A New ‘Mindset’ for Leadership Development

We live in a time of great excitement as we watch the world we grew up in literally changing before our eyes. This is the first time in history that we are able to watch the evolution of society as

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