Most recent articles by Nancy Anderson, RN, MA
A two-minute story. A tugging of the heart. An emotional connection. Stories are incredibly powerful.
When one year closes and another begins, I tend to get reflective about my life. I think about things for which I feel enormously grateful, ponder accomplishments for which I feel very proud, and consider what I want to achieve in the upcoming year. Sometimes my thoughts turn to things that I wish I…
When leaders recognize a “disconnect” between organizational values and visible symbols, they can make changes that align symbols with values.
Over the past several months I’ve offered some thoughts on creating a culture of engagement in which employees feel connected to your facility/community and are motivated to contribute their best.
It’s one thing to demonstrate integrity when you have an audience. But what if no one was watching?
Your opportunity as a manager is to find ways to connect your staff to the organization’s purpose and to each other.
In my last blog, I shared some thoughts about people-focused managers as a key factor in creating a culture of engagement.
Continuing our employee engagement series, this month we focus on the second attribute of an engaging culture: people-focused managers.
Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf once remarked, “I have seen competent leaders who stood in front of a platoon and all they saw was a platoon.
uilding a culture of engagement is not something any one person can do alone. It takes teamwork, starting with the management team that leads the facility. I
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