Tag Archives: Leaders

Developing Others in Challenging Times

I’ve worked with many leaders and emerging leaders over the years and I’ve noticed several themes emerge in these engagements. One central concern is how to develop others when your time is limited, your responsibilities are great and the circumstances … Read more»

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The Power of Executive Presence

In my work as an executive coach, I have the privilege of working with some of health care’s finest and most effective nursing leaders and their teams. Whether they are at the helm of large organizations, or serving as managers … Read more»

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Ghosts of Leaders Past

Are ghosts just supernatural fantasies that live in our imaginations? When it comes to organizations, I think the answer is both yes and no. I’d say yes they are supernatural fantasy, but I’d say no to the suggestion that ghosts … Read more»

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Keeping Expectations in Check

(This article was originally published by Elsevier in Nurse Leader). Most of us know that there is a time and place for well-crafted expectations. For example, clear expectations are necessary components for leading a successful team. When the manager shares … Read more»

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Blind Spots and Valor

What do blind spots have to do with leading with valor? On paper, these two ideas may not seem to fit together, but I just witnessed an inspiring example of just how congruent they are. Recently, a prominent leader in … Read more»

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