Leadership development goals certainly aren't simple. If they were, we would have many more enlightened leaders out there. The good news is there is always time to start.
Reassert yourself to the optimistic, goal-oriented ideas you early latched onto at the start of the year.
Consider this time of the year as a time to make your expectations clear. Make your expectations clear for your teams but also include leadership expectations for yourself. Leadership expectations are different.
Well gang, it's a new year and the time where we set sparkly, brand spanking new goals. Most of the world sets goals such as losing weight, getting in shape, setting their finances in order and things like that. But no matter what the goal, the trick is to be reasonable.
Long-term care providers looking to set and achieve quantifiable improvement goals, unique to their organization, are invited to attend a webinar hosted by the American Health Care Association at 2:00 p.m. EDT on Aug. 26. These goals should help attract new healthcare-savvy residents.
When running the rat race of life, it helps to have a goal. You also need a supportive team, a plan, and possibly a change in socks.
Results of latest research on technology in the long-term care workplace to be discussed at free McKnight's webcast TuesdayAugust 04, 2011
Long-term care providers next week will learn how they stack up against others in the profession when it comes to technology efforts. That's when McKnight's will hold its fifth free Super Tuesday webcast. New research on providers' technology habits and goals will be revealed and discussed at 3 p.m. (Eastern) Tuesday. Both registration and the accompanying continuing education credit that comes with the session are free.