Have you ever woken up on Monday morning and wish you didn't have to go to work? Have you ever just dreaded the thought of another week at your job? I've been there,and I think most people face this dilemma at least once in their careers.
After surveying hundreds of executives, we found that everyone we surveyed felt that it was critical for an indispensable employee to be a strong communicator. Many of the problems that occur in an organization are the direct result of people failing to communicate. Faulty communication causes the most problems. Read More >>
Change Can Be Good
We have all heard the old saying by Greek Philosopher Heraclitus, "The only thing constant is change." Although profoundly simple, this idea is true in life and especially true in the healthcare business. The irony is that many of us desire change in our workplace, but we are often uncomfortable or downright scared when it occurs. Read More >>
Most people wouldn’t think of buying an expensive item, such as a car or house, without performing extensive research and price comparisons. Yet, when it comes to healthcare services, comparison shopping has historically been nonexistent.
About 41% of patients said they would consider switching providers for a better digital experience, according to a survey of more than 1,600 adults commissioned by New York-based patient billing company Cedar.
Whether you’re presenting in a team meeting, or pitching an idea to a group of executives, having a colleague interrupt you at work can be a stressful experience. Aside from the fact that it’s rude, the interruption itself can hold you back from getting your point across — and when it happens often, it can make you less passionate about the work you’re doing, and less happy at your job.