Monthly Archives : January 2015

Engagement Tip # 12 – Hold Effective Meetings

Poorly organized meetings are one of the biggest time wasters and sources of irritant for employees. If meetings aren’t addressing important issues, healing solving problems, developing or improving processes, conveying critical information or developing employees, leaders have to question the value of those meetings. Holding effective meetings may seem

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Engagement Tip # 11 – Get Employees Engaged

In the “good ol days” of suggestions boxes, nurse most comments were either ignored or suggestions were so cryptic that little to no action was possible. Today, medical engagement surveys are conducted regularly, purchase but has anything really changed? Too often, surveys are conducted, results are communicated

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Taking Stock

January brings with it the promise of a new year, a clean slate and a fresh start; which makes it a perfect time to take stock of what lies ahead and what’s possible. A wise professor once asked: “How can we know where we’re going if we don’t understand where