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A Note to Those Who Have Gotten the Sack

27 June, 2012 Posted by John G. Self
If you are beginning a career transition – the timing of which was not of your choosing — there are three things to consider. Turmoil will produce turnover.  Healthcare is about to enter a period of prolonged transformational change.  Some might argue that what we will experience is outright turmoil, but the fact is there […] Read more»

When Value Is Not Valuable

19 June, 2012 Posted by John G. Self
Obtaining value in purchasing goods and services becomes extremely important when the economy slows.  However, the reality of value can be illusive. “Value” in today’s economy is among the most used and abused words in marketing, followed by the popular brochure cliché “partnering relationship.” In retail, buying a $1,400 men’s suit and getting a second […] Read more»

Leaders Who Are Bullies: No Excuse for Bad Behavior

3 June, 2011 Posted by John G. Self
Senior executives and managers who repeatedly castigate employees in front of their peers – yelling or humiliating them for whatever reason in whatever venue – prove only one thing: they are not leaders, they are bullies. Read more»