Driving Strategy

No Jerks Allowed

 

We’ve all had one—that mean-spirited colleague who thought they knew everything. The person who did not like to share their toys in the preverbal sandbox. The team member who jumped at every opportunity to claim credit for success and …

Sharing is Caring

It is often said, knowledge is power. And so, as leaders we tend to hold on to knowledge, dispensing it sparsely and selectively. We feel that to remain in a position of control we have to control and own all …

Grateful Leadership

“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words but to live by them.” John F. Kennedy

With Thanksgiving just a few days away, I am once again reminded of the …

Swimming in a Blue Ocean

There is no denying that health care is a crowded market. It seems like there are new urgent clinics, outpatient centers and MRI facilities popping up every time you turn around. When thinking about how to continue to drive my …

Leading From the Start

When taking on a leadership role within a new organization, there is a lot to manage and consider before even entering the building on your first day. One thing you should spend time thinking about before you arrive is what …

Leading Every Day and In Every Way

This post is inspired by (and dedicated to) one of my colleagues at Tampa General, Tiffaney Randolph. Tiffaney is the team lead for the cardiothoracic surgery advanced practice providers at TGH and is a cardiothoracic surgery nurse practitioner.

Tiffaney …