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Can You Build And Lead Teams?  

23 November, 2015 Posted by John G. Self
Can you build and lead teams?   That is a common question in most interviews, especially those that use the behavior and values approach to sorting out candidates.  Since employees are an organization’s most important and valuable asset, I think that question is spot on. When it is framed in that manner, interviewers are focusing […] Read more»

A Millennial Surprise

2 December, 2013 Posted by John G. Self
Millennials — those born after 1980 — are often thought of as a self-centered generation, not highly motivated by the opportunity for hard work and financial gain.  They want what they want on their terms, or so the misunderstanding goes. So who is promoting this cynical view of “the next generation”?  Baby Boomers, more than […] Read more»

ACA + Deficit Reduction – Cuts to Healthcare = Opportunity

18 November, 2013 Posted by John G. Self
It’s over. That period of time, and accompanying belief system, where regardless of how messy attempts to reform healthcare become, that everything will somehow work out, that the business model we know will survive relatively unchanged, is just not realistic. Yet, you would be surprised how much wishful thinking is detracting some healthcare CEOs and […] Read more»