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The Touchy Subject of Succession Planning

29 April, 2013 Posted by John G. Self
One of the toughest decisions a long serving CEO has to make is when to leave the organization – to retire or take on another career challenge. “Go out on top” is the ideal goal but more than a few executives, for a variety of reasons – financial concerns, unfulfilled business plans, no apparent successor, […] Read more»

Intimacy In 140 Characters…Or Less

3 April, 2013 Posted by John G. Self
Relationships are different today.  Technology and connectivity have combined to change the way couples, friends, groups and even strangers interact with one another.  This digital connectivity, which is enthusiastically embraced by millions of Millennials and Generation Xers, is gaining support even among some Baby Boomers.  It gives us virtually unlimited convenience of access, speed, and […] Read more»

You Can’t Have One Without the Other

5 December, 2012 Posted by John G. Self
Today, the average senior hospital executive does not spend much time, if any, with LinkedIn or anything that remotely resembles “social media.”  They see no upside. That will all change over the next seven to 10 years as Baby Boomer leaders retire and the next generation of executives, the vast majority of whom have grown […] Read more»