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ASK THE RECRUITER: Differences Between Rural Hospital, Metro CEO Searches

15 February, 2016 Posted by John G. Self
Do you approach the recruitment of a Chief Executive Officer for a rural community hospital differently than you would for a community medical center in a metropolitan area? Decidedly yes, and decidedly no. No, I am not straddling the fence.  There are significant differences in how the search should be executed, but when it comes […] Read more»

Six CEO Qualities to Consider When Recruiting For A Rural/Community Hospital

7 August, 2015 Posted by John G. Self
John filed this post from his weekend house where his daughters and grandkids are visiting — from California and Connecticut.  This is the first time all the cousins have been together.   TYLER, Texas — Cash flow covers a multitude of sins.  There are ample examples — personal anecdotal testimony and formal case studies — […] Read more»

Three Models of Leadership

24 February, 2014 Posted by John G. Self
It is a family business. When you hear that term, it is not often that you think of a 350-bed regional medical center.  To be honest, there are not very many hospitals of that size where the term “family business” would apply.  That is too bad.     Companies, including hospitals, are like big families “in […] Read more»