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The Toughest Post I Have had to Write

by Rebecca on November 22, 2015

I have put this off for longer than I should, but now is the time to let you know that I just can’t “do it all” anymore. The final straw for me was meeting with a new coach/therapist and her asking me what I did for fun. Other than reading and exercising I didn’t have […]

Leadership and the Importance of Systems

by Rebecca on October 18, 2015

Why can’t people just do their jobs? Is this something you have ever said or at least thought?  I am embarrassed to say that I have.  One of my favorite communicators once said “Systems create behaviors,” and he believes that up to 80% of the problems we see in our businesses have more to do […]

How to Make Sure Your Next Hire is the Right Hire

by Rebecca on September 27, 2015

I used to be horrible at hiring. One of the people I hired a number of years ago I let go after asking the rest of my team- if something came up do you think “Joe” would throw you under the bus to save himself and they all said yes. Another hire I made was […]

One of the hospitals we do a lot of surgery for was recently looking for a technician. This is a great hospital where they practice good medicine, do their best to serve their clients and their pets, and just like every hospital we work at they have a very distinct culture. There was also a […]

In the last few posts I have been digging into The Advantage by Patrick Lencioni.  The last two posts focused on building trust and handling conflict within your leadership team, so today we are going to address the last 3 essentials. Commitment Commitment of the leadership team means the entire team agrees to move forward […]