Above all else, leaders must ensure their organizations are able to attract and develop the talent that will create a better future, says Robert Sundelius, and it begins with organizational health.
Companies spend millions of dollars trying to understand what they need to do to keep employees engaged, when what they really should be focused on are building relationships between leaders and their staff, says John Mason.
A good staff meeting may end in agreement, but a great staff meeting hones ideas, strategies, and approaches, says Bill Russell, who discusses the importance of allowing dissent among your team – as long as it’s done right.
One of the biggest mistakes leaders make when choosing an EHR? Underestimating the importance of at-the-elbow support, during and after go-live, says CIO Dan Nash. “Spend the money now, or you’ll spend it later.”
A “critical” component of implementing a new EHR? Setting realistic expectations, says CIO Dan Nash, which means communicating clearly about what can go wrong, and having a solid mitigation plan in place.