Do you have a pulse on your healthcare organization’s workforce? Take our brief quiz to find out how you’re doing when it comes to performance management and employee engagement.
Leadership talent is hard to come by, and that’s especially true in the healthcare space. In order to meet organizational demands, talent managers are turning to these leadership development trends to grow candidates from within.
Don’t let a lack of employee engagement negatively impact the quality of care your organization provides. Improve patient care and retention by trying out these trends for 2018.
The last thing you want is for a new hire to leave because the fit isn’t right. Behavioral assessments can give you the insights not just to hire well, but also to create plans to retain and engage employees. Learn more.
Eighty-three percent of organizations recognize their need to develop leaders, but only 5 percent have implemented a holistic plan to do so. Amazingly, 25 percent of companies have no succession plan in place for more than 90 percent of their critical leaders. And healthcare leadership is no exception. In fact, for healthcare organizations, it’s worse. Staffing shortages and shifting expectations have made the problem all the harder to address. The call-to-action is clear: Develop a pipeline of new healthcare leaders or prepare for a serious dearth of qualified leadership in the healthcare industry. What will the healthcare industry look like if the current leadership fails to heed this call?
Stories are highly effective communication tools, partly because they bring a sense of enjoyment. But how can the act of storytelling be applied to your healthcare organization? Find out here.
When you and your team begin to focus on the four key high-performance work practices, you’ll increase employee engagement, improving patient outcomes and safety. Find out how.
Your onboarding process is the first tool that your organization has to retaining talented employees; these 10 tips can help you engage new healthcare graduates from day one.
Summer has begun and healthcare organizations’ clinicians will be taking their much-needed time off in the coming weeks. To comply with patient-staffing ratios and uphold your standards of care, healthcare organizations need to ensure shift coverage when employees are out on vacation. If you don’t plan ahead, managing shift coverage can be a nightmare. Find out what you can do.
Nurses Week is a great time to examine if your organization is doing all it can to create an environment where nurses want to work, thrive, and grow their careers. Our Nurse Engagement Toolkit gives healthcare talent management professionals resources for creating a culture and employer brand that will help you continue to attract, source, align, and develop highly engaged nursing teams.