Leading in a Crisis

The COVID-19 vaccinations started this week! Hope and help are on the way. We are still facing a crisis as the number of cases and those hospitalized continue to skyrocket. The work of leading in a crisis is far from over. Many of you and your staff are feeling...
Leading Change in Uncertain Times,  Part 2

Leading Change in Uncertain Times, Part 2

Hope you are relaxing and enjoying your Labor Day weekend.   Neutral Zone  –  Continued from last week Trust is essential; if your team trusts leadership they are more willing to follow you and move forward. If trust is missing, people may resist and want to...
Leading in Uncertain Times

Leading in Uncertain Times

Last week I had the pleasure of facilitating Leading Change in Uncertain Times at the IDN Summit & Reverse Expo Virtual Fall Conference. I’ve used the William Bridges model for managing transitions from his book, Managing Transitions: Making the Most of Change for...
What Does it Take to Succeed?

What Does it Take to Succeed?

I heard an excellent panel of successful female healthcare leaders on Becker’s Healthcare Women’s Leadership Forum, July 31, 2020. Here are some of the panelists’ best tips for women to succeed in healthcare leadership. (Note: Men, you don’t need to stop reading,...
Finding Calm in Pandemic Times

Finding Calm in Pandemic Times

Calm time to rejuvenate is essential for us to be at our best. It’s tough to find calm during a crisis. If you’ve got only one minute between meetings or patients, breathe deeply! Ed Harrold and the Institute of Coaching shared: “Breathing under stress is quick and...