High performance organizations leverage advantages in both financial and non-financial work performance. Much has been written about High Performance Organizations (HPOs). The high performance organization represents a conceptual and scientifically validated framework today’s leaders can utilize to strengthen their organizations. HPOs consistently perform better on both financial and non-financial business
POST WRITTEN BY Forbes Coaches Council Top business and career coaches from Forbes Coaches Council offer firsthand insights on leadership development & careers. According to Undercover Recruiter, artificial intelligence (AI) is expected to replace 16% of HR jobs within the next 10 years. While this doesn’t necessarily mean you will
Corporate culture is more than a buzzword: It influences your employees’ performance level, and can be a key motivator for whether your strongest team members want to stay with the firm — or want to find a better working environment. This means that a vibrant culture can make a huge
Forbes Coaches Council Top Coaches offer insights on leadership development & careers. You may feel pulled in a million directions, like there’s never enough time in a day to get it all done. Add in your home life’s needs, and you may be literally at your wit’s end on how
If you are someone who follows important issues in healthcare, you probably know physician burnout is a major concern. There are a litany of concerns that physician burnout raises for individuals, teams, companies, families and communities. Physicians are significantly more likely than the general population to commit suicide. Those suffering
Today I had an unusual block of time in my day suddenly open up at the last minute. This almost never happens, so I was eager to use the opportunity to do some of my “want to do” items and some fun things, and also to follow up with companies
Can we be better at helping physicians thrive? I think so. Physicians choose their profession for one main reason. They want to take care of patients. Many barriers prevent our doctors from focusing on caring for their patients. Are we committing malpractice by ignoring the needs of our valued physicians?
A Year of Extremity As we bid farewell to 2017 and say hello to the promises that are 2018, will we approach the New Year a bit wiser through our individual and collective experience? So much has happened in our world in the last 12 months. The changes have come
I was on my way to Gainesville Friday when the news hit. There was an active shooter at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital with multiple injuries. Oh no, not again. Violence in the healthcare industry occurs roughly four times as often as in other workplace environments. Of course this immediately caught my attention.
I work with doctors. Together we create their ideal practice. Not one physician has ever approached me saying, “I want to create a practice where I consistently run an hour or more behind schedule,” or “My ideal practice is one where my office manager quits every two to three years
When it comes right down to it, we humans are pretty simple. I don’t mean that as an insult to our species or anything. Each of us are beautifully complicated, multifaceted, and uniquely talented individuals. No two people are alike. But, despite all of our complexities and individuality, as it turns
So you have been thinking about hiring a coach, but are unsure of where to start. Why do I want a coach? How do I find the right professional for me? What happens once I hire my coach? How do I tell if it is working? Professional coaching is a relatively new