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Our 10 Most Popular Healthcare Hiring Posts of 2017

Posted by  Shawn Wilhelm

top-10-healthcare-hiring.jpgWhat a year 2017 has been for the Healthcare Hiring blog. We set new records for the number of views, shares, and subscriptions, and it’s all thanks to you!

With 2018 just around the corner, and because there is a chance you may have missed one or two of these, we thought it would be a good time to countdown our top 10 blogs written this year.

Let’s get started:

10) 4 Ways Everyone Can Increase Patient Satisfaction

Everyone in the organization has a role to play in increasing patient satisfaction. This blog focuses on the role that managers and supervisors play in engaging their staff and creating a culture where everyone is working to improve the patient experience.

9) Successful Culture Strategies from Healthcare Thought Leaders

Do you like hearing advice from your peers? This blog discusses the leader’s role in building an organization’s culture and its impact on patient and organizational success with insight from Alan Papa, President and COO of Akron General Health System/Cleveland Clinic and John Sheehan, President of UW Health at the American Center and Senior Vice President of the University of Wisconsin Health Hospitals and Clinics.

8) Burned by Physician Turnover? 3 Things You Should Do Differently

Physician turnover was a hot topic in 2017. This blog discusses the common issues many healthcare organizations deal with and provides 3 ways you can hire and retain physicians that will be successful for years to come.

7) Emotional Intelligence – A Conversation with a Physician Leader

Emotional intelligence (EQ) impacts organizational effectiveness and plays a big role in whether multi-disciplinary teams will succeed in solving complex problems. This blog takes a look at a specific example of a physician leader with low EQ and the steps he took to become a better leader.

6) 1 in 3 Nurses Consider Quitting Because of Bullying

Here’s an eye-catching stat: roughly 85 percent of nurses have been verbally abused by a fellow nurse, and some experts estimate that 1 in 3 nurses consider quitting because of bullying. This blog discusses how talent acquisition can address the problem by hiring individuals with right level of interpersonal behaviors and skills in teamwork/collaboration, communication, and emotional intelligence.

5) Would you Want Donald Trump Running Your Hospital?

Don’t worry, you don’t have to answer that question. This blog discusses the traits of successful healthcare leaders and what you need to do to find the leader that is best suited to thrive in your organization and meet its goals.

4) Succession Planning Done Right: 5 Critical Steps

Finding and developing leaders who are ready to deal with the complexities of the healthcare industry can be done with the right plan in place. This blog discusses 5 critical steps organizations follow to maximize their succession planning efforts.

3) 7 Top Talent Management Deliverables

This blog answered a question we received frequently this year, “What are the top deliverables that leading organizations expect from the talent management team?

2) What Makes a Great Healthcare Leader?

There is a common theme in many of our blogs – healthcare organizations are very complex! Knowing that, what does it take to be a great leader in healthcare? This blog discusses the skills that are consistently required for leadership success and how organizations should be using a more objective, data-driven approach to find the leaders that will be successful in their situation.

1) Traditional Job Interviews are Useless

Our number 1 blog of the year discusses why it’s important to build a comprehensive, deliberate, and efficient selection process to give you the best chance of making the right hiring decision and creating a positive candidate experience.

We hope you have a happy new year, and we look forward to seeing you back in 2018!

Prepare yourself for the upcoming year by learning how an evidence-based approach to hiring can help you make the right choice the first time:

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Tags:   healthcare hiring

Shawn Wilhelm

Shawn is the Healthcare and Leadership Marketing Coordinator at Select International.

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