Posts In Category "Professional Development"
How Good is Your Decision Making?
Originally appeared on Mind Tools You won’t always have all the data you’d like. Decision-making is a key skill in the workplace, and is particularly important if you want to be an effective leader. Whether you’re deciding which person to hire, which supplier to use, or which strategy to pursue, the ability to make a […]Read More →
5 Tips for Making Decisions
Five Tips for Making Decisions with Confidence 1. Gather all the facts. Not all decisions allow the luxury of time and information gathering, but when they do (or when you know a big decision is coming up), do your research. Learn if others in your industry or in your company have been faced with similar decisions, […]Read More →
Building Personal Decision Making Confidence
Originally appeared in Dr. Brian’s Smart Marketing Blog There are many things you can do to build your confidence in making decisions. There ar also many things that can work to prevent or limit good decision making. Let us start with them. Factors Complicating Decision Making There are a variety of reasons why we may […]Read More →
How to Enhance your Decision Making
Originally appeared in The Wise Leap: November 19, 2011 Clear up those unclear decisions These articles on decision making skills will enhance your ability to quickly and easily make decisions. Some of these tips you may know, some you may not. Some are even contrary to popular opinion. At least when you come to implement a […]Read More →
New Joint Commission Standards – Effective July 1st
In preparation for the new standards set forth by The Joint Commission, AltusLearn would like to remind you that June is MRI Safety Month. The new standards will go into effect on July 1, 2014. Some changes include: patient radiation dose documentation performance evaluation of diagnostic equipment by physicists hazardous waste handling ongoing safety training […]Read More →
Professional Development Series #2: What does it mean to be an effective leader?
Professional Development Series #2: What does it mean to be an effective leader? As healthcare professionals most of us know what a department leader is on a basic level. But do we really know you what it means to be an effective team leader in a healthcare environment, whether it be in the form of a formal or an informal leader? […]Read More →
Best Leadership: Formal vs. Informal Leaders
Originally appeared as Best Leadership: Formal vs. Informal Leaders Do you consider yourself to be a leader? Even if you aren’t officially designated as the leader of a group, it may turn out that you are considered to be a leader by the people you are in a group with. If you tend to find yourself […]Read More →
Learning Leadership: Leadership Skill Set 2: Self-Regulation
Originally appeared in Incident Prevention: Learning Leadership: Leadership Skill Set 2: Self-Regulation Science validates that in order to be a top performer at any task, self-awareness – which is discussed at length in the February 2013 issue of Incident Prevention – and self-regulation are key. These two skills are the basis for what Dr. Daniel Goleman, […]Read More →
Empathy in Leadership – 10 Reasons Why It Matters
Originally written by Traveer Naseer: Empathy in Leadership – 10 Reasons Why It Matters Last week I had the distinct pleasure of co-hosting the weekly #LeadFromWithin tweetchat with Lolly Daskal. The subject of my chat was “The Role of Empathy in Leadership” and I have to say I was gratified by both the level of participation and […]Read More →