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How to Use the 3 P’s to Predict Manager and Leader Success

Posted by  Bryan Warren

Bill is the COO of a three-hospital health system in a small town.  He’s been with the system for 30 years, starting as a nurse and moving up through the organization. He's been in his current role for 10 years.  He’s seen as a bit abrasive at times, but bright, direct, and effective.  He’s been serving the same CEO for those ten years.  They’re a good team.  The system is merging with another, slightly larger system with a more progressive culture.  He’s being considered for a larger role in the newly created system.  Is he a good fit?


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Succession Planning Done Right: 5 Critical Steps

Posted by  Bryan Warren

We’ve got a looming healthcare leadership crisis. Almost everyone acknowledges that the healthcare industry is playing catch up with progressive talent strategies. Human resources professionals are working diligently to make up ground, but one area that’s still struggling is leadership – finding and developing leaders who are ready to deal with the unprecedented changes facing the industry.


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7 Top Talent Management Deliverables

Posted by  Bryan Warren

 

We field a lot of interesting questions from clients. One that comes up frequently these days is "What are the top deliverables that leading organizations expect from the talent management team?"


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Hospital Leadership Succession Planning and Assessment

Posted by  Bryan Warren

 

Healthcare organizations are facing unprecedented challenges. This has led many to finally begin to adopt the sort of talent strategies used by more progressive industries. More are turning to the type of sophisticated selection systems used by leading companies like Toyota to find nurses, techs, managers, front line workers, and even physicians.


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