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Top Leadership Articles of 2018 to Help You Meet Your 2019 Goals

Posted by  Christian Spielman

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The beginning of a new year is a great time for reflection. As is our tradition, we rounded up a list of our most popular leadership blogs from 2018. We hope you found them to be informative, interesting, and helpful on your journey to better yourself and your organization. Want to discuss any of these posts, or have topics you'd like to see covered in 2019? Send us a message on Twitter, LinkedIn, or Facebook – we'd love to hear from you!


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Our Top 10 Employee Selection and Development Articles of 2018

Posted by  Claire McCue

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'tis the season to reflect on our successes and on what we've learned over the previous year. Sticking with our holiday traditions, we've compiled a roundup of our top HR blog posts of the year. Whether you enjoyed these articles the first time around, or you haven't gotten to read them yet, here's your chance to check out our most-viewed blog posts of 2018.


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How Emotional Control Affects Your Response to Fatigue

Posted by  Esteban Tristan, Ph.D.

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How would you describe your mood when you don’t get enough sleep? Let’s say you only slept three hours because you were up late with sick kids, working on a report for work, or simply binge watching your favorite show.  How cheerful or positive would you feel the next morning? My bet is that you might not be very fun to work with on that particular morning!


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Interviewing in Healthcare is Different: 3 Reasons Why

Posted by  Bryan Warren

healthcare-interviewHealthcare staffing experts are now forced to re-think their approach. Finding the nurse, allied health professional or front line worker who has the right experiences or credentials isn’t enough anymore.

Here's an example: An oncology clinic needed a nurse. They were “lucky” enough to find a candidate with twenty years of experience running the practice of a retiring oncologist. They wouldn’t need to train an inexperienced nurse in complex chemotherapy regimens.


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3 Ways to Revamp Your Hiring Process in 2019

Posted by  Lindsey Burke

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With the end of the year approaching, hiring managers and talent acquisition teams are in a crunch to utilize the remainder of their annual budget. After all – you use it, or you lose it! What better way to spend the last of your budget than on investments to improve your hiring processes in the new year? Considering we are at a record breaking unemployment rate, high volume hiring will likely continue well into 2019, so it should be a top priority. Below, we will discuss three areas to consider investing in to ensure your hiring process is top-notch in 2019.


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10 Tips for Delivering 360 Degree Feedback

Posted by  Paul Glatzhofer

Giving feedback is not always easy, and certain people are better at it than others. However, over the years, I have trained hundreds of people on how to give feedback. With practice and guidance, anyone can develop this skill. As a part of our Leadership Friday blog series, here are some tips for providing feedback. 


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Fatigue and Injury – Some People are More at Risk than Others

Posted by  Esteban Tristan, Ph.D.

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Did you know that in the U.S., about 70% of employees report being tired at work?1  While fatigue on the job is getting increasing attention as a safety concern, the results of a 2017 National Safety Council (NSC) survey revealed that the problem is much bigger than most people realize.  Even more alarmingly, the survey also found that 50% of employers reported finding employees asleep on the job.2


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6 Talent Strategies Used By Top Hospitals

Posted by  Bryan Warren

talent-strategies-top-hospitalsSuccessful organizations have teams that display certain behaviors. Organizations that are able to find, hire, develop and retain people who can perform, succeed. Those that don’t, struggle. It’s that simple. Talent wins.

We looked at hospitals that have made the most gains toward building a team ready to face the challenges. Here are the top six strategies we’ve seen:


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Five Recommendations to Improve the Physician Interview

Posted by  Bryan Warren

physician-interviewIf you are recruiting physicians, the pervasive shortage makes it a seller’s market.  But that doesn’t mean you want to make an offer to every candidate.  In fact, we see more practices and health systems realizing that a bad hire can be a catastrophe.  If they have a few viable candidates, they want to pick the best one.  If it’s a really hard to fill spot, they want to get it right the first time.  Every physician is a big investment.  Think of the time and money you spend finding candidates, then vetting them, then investing in them before you realize it was a bad hire. 


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When Hiring Leaders, Focus on Fit

Posted by  Christian Spielman

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When hiring a new leader into your organization, what do you think is the most important thing to focus on? Is it technical skills or certifications? Is it past experiences? The answer likely depends on the specific position, but one thing is certain – no matter the role, fit plays a huge role in determining a leader's success (or failure). Just because someone's experiences and skills look good on paper doesn't mean that person will be a good fit in the role, the team, or the company. When hiring external leaders into your company, don't forget to consider these important aspects of fit.


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