I sometimes wonder if people think that I’m hard on hospital leadership. I want to stress that there’s nothing further from the truth. The reason I talk about it from time to time as being somewhat different than almost anything else is because health care is a different animal than any other business. Whereas most […]

Every once in a while you have to decide whether it’s prudent to continue a battle or pull back and drop out of one. The word “battle” may be a bit strong, but it’s all in how you see things. I’d like to start out with a video, if I may; for once it’s not […]

In all my years of being either an employee, leader or consultant, the one thing I believed to be consistent was that eventually I’d be able to work with almost anyone. No one gets there 100% of the time unless they’re the ultimate leader; even then they might get lip service and be ignored once […]

The last article I wrote on the topic of leadership was my 1,400th post on this blog. I said I had 28 leadership and management lessons I wanted to share and decided to break it up so the article wouldn’t be like a tome. Therefore, this is part 2 of 28 original lessons, and not […]

This is going to be an article giving 14 lessons on leadership and management; my next article will give 14 more lessons on the same topic. I mention this piece for SEO’s sake, because bloggers are supposed to mention what the topic’s going to be in the opening paragraph. I don’t do that often; I’ll […]

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