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Effective Ways to Develop Leaders

Effective Ways to Develop Leaders

Written by Dave Skansberg, Director, Rehabilitation Services Developing your employees' leadership skills reminds them of their importance to the work of the organization and assists them in serving patients and their family members. The ultimate goal is an increased...

What is YOUR Leadership Style?

What is YOUR Leadership Style?

Do you generally lead through the lens of one specific type of leadership? There are 6 Leadership Styles that can be used in different situations and combined to fit the needs of your team. It's important that we push ourselves and adapt our leadership style to fit...

Attend the Insightful Leadership Session on November 10th!

Attend the Insightful Leadership Session on November 10th!

Do you have an Insights profile and a desire to boost your leadership effectiveness? If so, enroll in the Insightful Leadership development session on November 10th! Insightful Leadership will help identify ways to leverage your unique strengths as a leader and...

Build Trust By Checking In

Build Trust By Checking In

Have you ever wondered why your team hums one day, and then the next day it sounds more like a piston is misfiring? There are loads of possible reasons, and it turns that the most common causes have to do with relationship. The article, Principles and Practices of...

Enhance Your Team’s FPRs with Performance Tracking

Enhance Your Team’s FPRs with Performance Tracking

Writing a performance review can be a daunting task. When you lead large teams it is a challenge to adequately reflect a year’s worth of performance in a high quality manner.  As a manager you want to be thorough, provide detail, share kudos, and give examples...

The Reality of Imposter Syndrome

The Reality of Imposter Syndrome

“Sometimes I think I don’t deserve to be where I am, that everyone views me as a token employee without recognizing my merits.”  “I think that I have to work harder to make up for being somewhere I feel like I don’t belong.” “How did they choose me for this...

Five Things To Budget For That Are Often Forgotten

Five Things To Budget For That Are Often Forgotten

As the summer winds down, we’re already seeing the start of budget season here at Fairview. The budget process kicks off in August/September and needs to be finalized by November. It’s an exciting time as we start to plan for the upcoming year and all of the...

Running An Effective Meeting- Part 1: Planning Your Meeting

Running An Effective Meeting- Part 1: Planning Your Meeting

Planning Effective Meetings Is running an effective meeting an art or a science?  Perhaps, when done well, it is both.  If the proper planning isn't done ahead of time, the meeting will suffer: If there is not enough planning and appropriate allocation of time, then...

Three Topics to Cover for a Successful Mid-Year Check-In

Three Topics to Cover for a Successful Mid-Year Check-In

We are half-way through the year and if you haven’t already thought about scheduling a mid-year check-in with your employees, now is the time to get it on your calendars. Why is a mid-year check-in important? It is a great way for you to monitor the progress your...

Leading Engagement – Part 1: Creating Alignment

Leading Engagement – Part 1: Creating Alignment

Engagement is about helping employees understand where our organization is going, what the success of our organization looks like and how the work they perform contributes to that success.  There are a lot of ways to look at the idea of building engagement with your...

What Accountability and Low Cabin Pressure Have in Common

What Accountability and Low Cabin Pressure Have in Common

Accountability is a topic on the minds of most managers and leaders. As leaders, we hold our teams accountable to goals and objectives. We depend on our team's accountability to achieve results and to support the organization in driving a healthier future. If our team...