When I was in High School, my buddies and I listened to a new, up-and-coming, cocky sports talk radio guy, Jim Rome. He constantly played his verbal trump card against people critiquing successful players/teams. He would simply respond by saying, “Scoreboard!” Does … Continue reading Jim Rome, John Wooden, Skilled Nursing “Success”
I shared this with an operator the other day and thought it would be a good topic to bring me back to LeadingLTC.com after so long … Like most people I know, I’m inundated with data/articles/stories/information every day. So much … Continue reading “Bring your heart to work”
This video is a worthy 12 minutes to make us pause and reflect. The danger I see in talking about leadership is that the “lessons learned” or the lesson “meant to be taught” usually overemphasizes that one aspect of leadership. The … Continue reading I just want to be … feared?
Yesterday, I ran into an “old” former colleague. It had been years. First thing he said: “How is that we look so old now?” I never liked him. Ha! 🙂 The truth is that it was great to reconnect. Coincidentally, … Continue reading Stooping To Greatness, Part 2
It’s ironic that I spend as much time as I do here and with colleagues on time management. Ironic because I’m not naturally a very organized person. The opposite is true. I’ve learned the hard way (and the incredibly rewarding … Continue reading Stooping to Greatness, Part 1
I just heard one of our patients say that. He had been sitting in a chair outside my office for about an hour. Quietly fuming inside. About an hour earlier, he had pushed the elevator button when a therapist intervened. … Continue reading “I’m a prisoner here.”
In a cluster of Colorado facilities I’ve been a part of these last couple months, we’ve been talking about how to create a culture — within our cluster/company and within our facilities. It’s a topic I feel passionately about and … Continue reading The Biggest Bonus I Ever PAID