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Military Hospitals: A Deep Pool of Leadership Talent

23 March, 2009 Posted by John G. Self
CHICAGO (March 23, 2009) – As the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) convenes its annual education Congress today, the military is out in force. These healthcare executives from the military’s highly regarded Medical Service Corp (MSC) run our Army, Navy and Air Force hospitals and ambulatory clinics at bases throughout the U.S. and around the world. They are gathering with thousands of their civili Read more»

Leadership Without Accountability

21 February, 2009 Posted by John G. Self
DALLAS, Texas (Feb. 21, 2009) -- Accountability seems to be in short supply these days. Last weekend, CNBC presented a one-hour documentary, House of Cards, a fascinating look at the real estate fiasco that fueled our current economic decline. Reporter/anchor David Faber interviewed key people who were involved, from former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan, Ira Wagner, the Senior Managing Director at Morgan Stanley who cr Read more»

To Journal Or Not To Journal

28 December, 2008 Posted by John G. Self
DALLAS, Texas (Dec. 28, 2008) -- Journaling is a trendy sort of thing. I know people who have been doing it, religiously, for years. Others started but did not stay with it. It is like a routine of physical exercise, I guess. I know others who have started after taking a journaling class. Interesting. I did not know there was a class for something like this – teaching you to write thoughts and ideas in a book. My Read more»