Training

Nurses! – Our Best Hope For The Much Needed Transformation of Healthcare

Changes and even transformation to the US healthcare system are so needed. Past efforts to change the system, well-intentioned as they may have been, have proven a dismal failure. The proof is in the pudding with our current system remaining bloated, inefficient, overpriced, dangerous, and low-rated in quality of care compared to other modern systems. …

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2%! – Leadership Training Is Failing – The Big Missing Piece

I was somewhat shocked by the following facts: According to a recent report by Deloitte, companies around the world invest approximately $46 billion annually on leadership development programs. What do they get for their $46 Billion? Not much, it appears.  The Corporate Leadership Council found that, despite this huge investment on leadership training, productivity improved …

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The Biggest Source of Stress at Work & The 7 Simple Steps to Real Time Mindfulness & Stress Reduction at Work

Mindfulness has become a hot topic in many forward thinking companies. For a wonderful rundown on the science and practical application of mindfulness at work, Leah Weiss, PhD has written a great book worth a careful read, How We Work. Progressive companies such as Google, Aetna, General Mills, Target and others have initiated mindfulness into …

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The Four Agreements at Work – Why It’s Not Enough

Having spent eight years with don Miguel Ruiz, author of the iconic The Four Agreements, I have taught The Four Agreements in companies for more than 25 years. For those of you new to Miguel’s Four Agreements (see: www.miguelruiz.com), they are: Be Impeccable With Your Word Don’t Take Anything Personally Don’t Make Assumptions Always Do …

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