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Leading Practices for Post-Acute Placement

Posted June 11, 2018

Strong partnerships between hospitals and post-acute providers are critical. Not only does it lead to a better transition process, and benefit all parties, especially the patient. Learn leading practices from case managers on ways to improve post-acute placement.

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"Boots-on-the-Ground" Leadership: How Better Accountability and Leadership Development Helped McLaren Flint Achieve Alignment and Decrease Deficit

By Chad Grant, FACHE, President and CEO, McLaren Flint

Posted May 17, 2018

After a year of refocusing on accountability and leadership development, McLaren Flint saw significant improvement in patient experience, employee engagement, and financial performance.

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COACHING MINUTE: Get Ahead of the Curve with Change Management Teams

Posted May 15, 2018

Changes that can be anticipated offer both a leadership and management opportunity. By getting ahead of projected transformations, leaders can assemble a team to strategically manage it in a measured and customized fashion.

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Healthcare Succession Planning 101

Posted May 14, 2018

CEO and senior executive transitions are a natural part of turnover. Create a succession plan to help your organization prepare for planned – and unplanned departures.

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Own Your Future, or Be Disrupted by It: Themes from the Executive Summit on Healthcare Transformation

Posted May 14, 2018

At the Executive Summit on Healthcare Transformation, presented by Studer Group and Huron February 20-21 in Orlando, senior executives representing the diversity of healthcare delivery converged to discuss the current state of the industry and what can be done to respond to disruption and transform our organizations for the future. As the curriculum leader for this event, Craig Deao, MHA, Studer Group senior leader, speaker and author, breaks down the major themes from conference.

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COACHING MINUTE: Are You a Highly Reliable Leader?

Posted January 29, 2018

Is there a difference between a “hardwired” and a ”highly reliable” leader? If high reliability means zero defects, then are we highly reliable when we allow ourselves that cushion to complete most (but not all) of our staff rounding (or any other expected behavior)?

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COACHING MINUTE: Engaging Leaders in Goal-Setting

Posted December 11, 2017

As organizations mature in goal setting, they struggle with keeping leaders engaged with writing effective goals. Recently, the Leadership Development Team of Appalachian Regional Healthcare System (ARHS) in Boone, NC, made goal-setting engaging, effective and fun during their quarterly training.

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COACHING MINUTE: How to Improve as a Leader Without Losing Face with Your Team

Posted November 10, 2017

Let's face it. We're all human. Every leader has made mistakes - even the most engaging and inspiring ones. For good leaders who want to be great, the important thing is to never stop learning and improving.

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COACHING MINUTE: 3 Questions that Measure Organizational Alignment

Posted November 03, 2017

Before diving into any new initiative, it is important to ensure your employees and leaders are aligned in their perceptions of what the organization does and doesn’t do well. This means before treating, you should begin with a thorough diagnosis.

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COACHING MINUTE: 2 Tips to Drive Organizational Innovation

Posted October 30, 2017

The healthcare industry is constantly changing, and to respond effectively, organizations must innovate. Debbie Landers, Studer Group's senior leader for innovation, suggests two tips to help leaders struggling to make this important competency stick.

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