For better or worse, it’s ultimately the people at the top who determine the culture, direction, and values of a company, says Anthony Guerra, who talks about the dangers of toxic and absentee leadership.
No one likes being ‘had,’ whether it’s an unpaid debt or services not provided, but sometimes the wiser move is to swallow your pride and walk away, says Anthony Guerra.
As the healthcare market continues to evolve, the organizations that will climb to the top – or stay there – are those that are willing to keeping upping their game, says Anthony Guerra.
The conversation about living wills and advance directives is certainly a difficult one. But it comes far more difficult if you wait until the death of a loved one to start planning, says Anthony Guerra.
Sometimes the most important factor in decision-making is time, says Anthony Guerra. Without it, we can make the wrong choice, but with it, we gain access to “new information or insights” that can steer us in the right direction.