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The Importance of Culture in Your Organization

I have had the good fortune of working at Johnson Health Center (JHC) for nearly four years.   And I’m proud to be associated with a team of talented individuals, who have achieved many accolades, including the Employer of Choice Award in May, 2016.  When I reflect on what contributed to achieving these results, I can sum it up with one word: culture.  We are lucky to have a CEO with a vision and the leadership to have helped us build it.  He’s led us to believe that we if set our minds on something we can achieve it.  And we’ve been able to do it through building an outstanding culture of dedicated teams.

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The Case for Leadership Engagement

Many of us are familiar with the term ‘employee engagement’, whereby the extent to which our employees are engaged and happy to come to work, our organizations will be productive and profitable.  A whole host of books and articles have been written on the topic of employee engagement, including how to assess for it, analyze the results, improve upon the results, and to sustain good results.  OK, but where should one begin?

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Measurable Benefits of an Employee Volunteer Program

Employee Volunteer Programs are enjoying increased popularity.  Does your organization have one?  If you’re asking yourself, “Why would I want one?” you’re not alone.  Read on.

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Do You Have a Learning Culture?

I don't know about you, but I can't help but notice how cultivating a 'culture of learning' is growing in importance in our organizations.  The formats cover the gamut from one-on-one coaching and traditional classroom to 'on demand' online training, team-based, learning management systems, net forums, and blogs.

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