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Hope Is Not A Career Management Strategy

27 January, 2016 Posted by John G. Self
A frustrated resident of the District of Columbia, angry with city government’s inability to clear mountains of snow from residential streets on Tuesday, called out Mayor Muriel Bowser and her leadership team for their poor performance in dealing with the aftermath of the epic weekend blizzard. “I think their snow removal strategy is Spring.” Executives […] Read more»

Hospital CEOs In Trouble 

16 March, 2015 Posted by John G. Self
As hospital executives gather this week in Chicago for the annual Congress of the American College of Healthcare Executives, perhaps this is a good day to revisit a subject I have written about before in this space: increasing numbers of hospital CEOs are in trouble, professionally speaking. Being a hospital CEO, once a position with […] Read more»

Enhancing Executive Search:  What Do You Suggest?

10 October, 2014 Posted by John G. Self
Earlier this week, I attended a meeting of fellow recruiters sponsored by the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) in Chicago to be updated on ACHE plans for the year and to discuss healthcare reform and how it is changing leadership competencies, job titles and scope of responsibility. My very talented colleagues zeroed in on […] Read more»