One week from today, Kathy B. Dempsey, President of Keep Shedding! Inc. will take the keynote stage at Talent Symposium 2016 — the annual HealthcareSource User Conference. As a former hospital executive, she strategically led Memorial Health Care System’s organizational development efforts to become one of top 100 hospitals in the country. The fun, interactive session is packed with practical strategies for immediate implementation both on the job and at home.
I believe the only way to address a challenge at work or in life, is to learn everything about the problem, as well as the potential solutions at hand. It takes effort, determination, and commitment to move from a place of stagnation into a position of a continuous learner actively engaged in creating solutions. But while this work shouldn’t be underestimated, often I find that, when it comes down to it, we are only hindered by our own ability to change personal and team habits.
A structured, proactive approach to leadership development in healthcare is an essential hallmark of many organizations across the care continuum. However, many healthcare organizations don’t have a defined process for identifying potential leaders and preparing them to succeed in their new role.
Yes, you read that right. You should NOT attend Talent Symposium 2016, the annual HealthcareSource user conference November 6-9 in Washington, DC.
As a healthcare HR professional, I believe that internal branding is of the utmost importance — it’s where everything starts.
2014 was a memorable year for healthcare talent management professionals and everyone here at HealthcareSource. The year’s ten most read blog posts brought new perspectives on the ever-changing healthcare industry, gave advice to healthcare recruiters and HR teams, provided talent management best practices, shared exemplary customer success stories, and hopefully caused a laugh or two. Here are the
Today is December 19th and that means the holiday season is in full swing! The tree is up, the menorah is lit, holiday cards are sent, and the presents are wrapped. Well, some of the presents are wrapped…because if you’re like most holiday shoppers, you still have a “few things” (aka EVERYTHING) left to buy.
Reuters has reported that as many as 18,000 nurses plan to walk off the job on November 12th in response to what they say are inadequate protections for staff when treating patients possibly infected with the Ebola virus. The strike is being organized by the National Nurses United (NNU) — one of the country’s largest
With the recent cases of Ebola in the U.S. on everyone’s minds, these are challenging days for healthcare organizations and their employees. There’s confusion about which infection-control protocols to follow and how to effectively train and motivate workers who provide care and are potentially putting themselves at risk. After Dallas Presbyterian Hospital reported two of