A More Equitable Society Requires We Address Our Own Implicit Bias

A More Equitable Society Requires We Address Our Own Implicit Bias

Understandably, organizations today have an increased sense of urgency about improving their diversity training. But many don’t understand that the real challenge with the ethnicity and gender issues may well be our neurobiological response rather than our conscious reactions. This poses both an opportunity and a deep-seated threat to making real progress in social equity. The opportunity is our collective
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When Your Home Is Your Office: Avoiding Telework Burnout

When Your Home Is Your Office: Avoiding Telework Burnout

It was 4:15 a.m. when Maria was awakened by the ding of an email. She works for a government consulting firm, and they had a proposal due to the government the next day. Maria still hadn’t finished the graphics or the management section. She staggered out of bed and onto her computer to check her email. As her hand reached
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Human Capital Services: The Integration Part of the Equation

Human Capital Services: The Integration Part of the Equation

Government and business leaders are becoming increasingly aware that their workforces are not meeting organizational needs. This is alarming, but not surprising. We are also realizing that many of our organizations do not meet the workforce’s needs.
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Human Capital Services: The Resilience Part of the Equation

Human Capital Services: The Resilience Part of the Equation

As the pace of life accelerates, and as people know more than ever about what works for them (and what doesn’t), there are substantial changes in how we relate to human capital. Success and profitability are intimately linked not only to the quantifiable elements of hiring good staff, but also the deeper equation by which staff can thrive in a particular workplace.
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Mindful Eating - and our Free Audios - Build Mindfulness

Mindful Eating – and our Free Audios – Build Mindfulness

If you’re one of the many people today interested in developing mindfulness to become a better leader, or maybe even to just boost your wellbeing, this blog is for you.
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Flatlined Connectedness: Reviving Healthcare Teams in a Disconnected Culture

In our first blog in the Connectedness Series, we discussed the benefits and drawbacks that the advancement of technology has on connectedness in the workplace especially as it impacts the healthcare arena. However, technology is impacting connectedness in many workplaces, which makes us ask, “What is unique about physicians?”
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National Alliance Hosts Leadership Summits: Care for Caregivers Among Their Forward-Thinking Topics

Thoughts from Nancy Spangler, PhD, Senior Advisor, on her experience at the NAHPC Leadership Summit (Dallas, March 14-15, 2018)
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Addressing Burnout and Building Resiliency—Is Anyone Doing It Well in Healthcare?

Thoughts from Lori Murphy, Senior Director, on her experience at the CENTILE conference (Washington D.C., October 23-25, 2017)
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