Leadership & Professional Development

3 Steps to Creating a Knowledge Culture in Your Organization

Beth Houck, vice president of client services for SA Ignite, writes that corporate education is critical to creating a continuous learning environment. She provides comprehensive steps to achieve this culture shift. 

Beth Houck September 13, 2017

5 Ways to Integrate Lifelong Learning Into Your Career Path

The pursuit of knowledge is something that Alyssa Gallagher, lead technical accountant for Sharp Healthcare, has always valued. She views education not as something that ended when she graduated from college, but a pursuit that she strives to continue with each passing year.

Alyssa Gallagher September 13, 2017

Authenticity is the Key to a Powerful Presence in the Workplace

Personal style can play a big role in how you are perceived in the workplace. Shelley Prevost, CEO and cofounder for Torch, says individuality is important,but it's also important to convey professionalism with your physical appearance

Rachael Zimlich August 21, 2017

Cultivating Women Leaders By Prioritizing and Rewarding Strategic Thinking

Mary Grossman-Scudder, MBA, lead senior financial analyst for Sharp Metropolitan Medical Campus, says both men and women can fall into the trap of tactical management, but women sometimes are judged to be less-effective leaders due to their detail-oriented and operational style. She examines how to set women up for success in leadership roles.   

Mary Grossman-Scudder August 21, 2017

8 Tips to Improve Your Communication Style

Kari Cornicelli, vice president and CFO for Sharp Metropolitan Medical Campus, says being mindful of our communication style reminds us of the importance of our verbal and nonverbal communications.  

Kari Cornicelli August 21, 2017

Beware the Style Du Jour

HFMA Career Coach Joe Abel studies the life of interior designer and fashion icon Iris Barrel Apfel, who famously stated, "Great personal style is an extreme curiosity about yourself."  

Joe Abel August 18, 2017

Choosing the Right Leader Can Help Organizations Overcome Roadblocks to Results

Many organizations are establishing results management offices to guide outcomes, accountability, transparency, and responsibility. These offices serve as the primary oversight structure for driving cost transformation.

Tim Shoger August 1, 2017

3 Lessons from a Physician Turned Population Health Leader

Virginia Gurley, MD, used to be an obstetrician and gynecologist, but she hung up her scrubs more than 20 years ago because she wanted to have a bigger impact on health outcomes. She writes about her career transition into population health. 

Virginia Gurley July 21, 2017

Self-Awareness and Self-Care are Critical to Women Leaders’ Success

April Gill, vice president of analytics solutions at Welltok, writes about how establishing good habits is the key to thriving in the most demanding of careers.  

April Gill June 21, 2017

Outward Mind-Set is Game-Changer for Leading Teams

For Beth Friedman, founder and president of Agency Ten22, reading business books is a passion that led her to pick up The Outward Mindset: Seeing Beyond Ourselves by the Arbinger Institute, which helped her change her mind-set and improve her personal and professional relationships.  

Beth Friedman June 20, 2017
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