Written by: Quint Studer Often as we approach a new year, we think in terms of resolutions. We think about what we can do in the upcoming year to make our lives better. Many people focus on goals like getting healthier, or losing weight, or spending more time with our loved ones. All of these … Read more.
Written by: Quint Studer Why do initiatives and/or programs fail? Or, if they don’t completely fail, why do they fall short of achieving their desired goals? I recently had the privilege to present to leaders at a health system. It is always nice to see old friends and make new ones. Prior to my talk, … Read more.
Written by: Quint Studer How do we respond when someone does or says something we may not agree with? Do we go on the attack with a “got you” comment? Do we react quickly or do we pause to seek first to understand where the person is coming from? Do we generalize? Do we forgive? There … Read more.
Written by: Quint Studer In a recent presentation for the Gratitude Symposium, Dr. Stephen Beeson explained that a sense of collegiality, community, and belonging is the most powerful countermeasure to burnout. While Dr. Beeson’s work was focused on healthcare (you can find his session here), this is something everyone can relate to. He clearly explained … Read more.
Written by: Brandon Turner Teamwork increases camaraderie and productivity, but how can employees work together when they’re rarely in the same place? With the increase in remote work, many organizations are looking for new team building strategies. There are many advantages to remote work. For example, you may enjoy greater flexibility and reduce your environmental … Read more.
Written by: Quint Studer Recently I was talking with a friend and we were comparing our experiences. Both of us at one time in our careers had worked with bosses who presented work others had done, without mentioning that fact. I remember working long hours on projects and then providing the work to my boss. … Read more.