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.Read More
As a student of psychology, I’m an avid people watcher. At work, most of us are tethered to our laptops, tablets, or smartphones; sending e-mails, instant messages, and texts by the truckloads.
I find it interesting how many of my co-workers will e-mail or instant message me instead of walking a short distance to ask me their question or tell me about their concern in person. I also notice that I receive fewer phone calls even from external sources intent on selling me something. Instead, I receive additional e-mails.Read More
As a card carrying member of the Silver Tsunami, I am quite aware of our aging workforce. Just looking around my own organization, not only are there a lot of fellow Baby Boomers (born between 1946 - 1964), but we also employ a healthy share of Traditionalists (born between 1922 - 1943).Read More
If culture is the way an organization solves problems, and 'different-minded' people help solve problems quicker, better, and, perhaps, in a more cost-effective manner, will that trump whether they will be accepted and 'fit' (and play) well with others?Read More