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Holiday Memories

22 December, 2016 Posted by John G. Self
  “Almost no one — outside of the infamous one percent — is honestly out of the realm of the possibility that one day they could become homeless.”  – Bruce McTague, Enlightened Conflict   LOS ANGELES — As I spend Christmas with my wife, our youngest daughter and her family in a suburb of this, […] Read more»

Uncertainty Rules The Day

5 February, 2016 Posted by John G. Self
Some of the best leaders I know run community hospitals… This is going to be good year and it is going to be a hard year. Regulatory and market uncertainty will be a fact of life for the foreseeable future. That from a very talented consultant who said that Thursday was a whiplash day — […] Read more»

Forget Your Dislike of Ambiguity

6 May, 2015 Posted by John G. Self
It is always amazing to me how many well educated executives struggle with their performance because of their dislike of ambiguity — the state of uncertainty or lack of clarity. The afflicted always deny it but when but you strip away their protestations to the contrary, you find an executive in desperate pursuit of certainty, […] Read more»