It takes a lot of compassion and resiliency to thrive right now. And, it takes patience—for yourself and others—as we all learn a new way to be normal at work and/or at home. If your patience is being stretched thin, here are three tips.
When work, life, and anything else start building up, what are your favorite go-to’s that remind you that you will survive? Barb Taylor is having one of those weeks and she shares hers.
Leadership wisdom comes from many places and in many forms. Barb Taylor’s dog Fire teaches her 4 fundamental lessons.
Healthcare clinics, hospitals, other care facilities require an amazing diversity of talent, from specialists to managers, and administrators. Leaders, however, do not always come from the same ranks as the best specialists or best managers. So, how should they find this talent?
Today’s leaders face the weightiness of critical decisions that have the potential to impact everyone inside and outside the organization. While this is true for all leaders in all industries, in the healthcare industry, the stakes are particularly high.
Becoming aware of, and reducing unconscious bias is more critical now than ever. Noticing “differences” as potential threats takes place in our emotional brain. But our neo-cortex, or executive function of the brain, can lean in and make thoughtful, logical, reliable, and useful decisions.