How Do You Know You Are Making The Right Caregiving Decisions?

by Jaron L Winston, MD and Cherie Simpson, PhD, APRN, CNS-BC (This article was originally produced for an Alzheimer’s newsletter.) The Stress of Caregiving Caregiving for someone with Alzheimer’s or other dementing illness is a stressful role. Many factors make up the stress of caregiving and one of those is decision making. Decision making is…
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Understanding the Millennial Employee

by Pam Davis, Senior DHC Consultant Odds are, if you are in healthcare management you are of the Baby Boomer generation, yet the majority of your staff is of the Millennial generation. Understanding the Millennial’s values and expectations is critical to engaging and successfully managing them. As pointed out throughout current literature, the key to…
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Coaching for Healthcare Leadership

Often times healthcare clinicians who have been promoted from a one-on-one patient care to a leadership role can benefit from the coaching partnership. The senior leadership may seek out coaching for the new leader to assist them in reaching their full potential. Benefits of Healthcare Coaching Coaching facilitates growth and unleashes one’s potential to perform at…
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