When a rural hospital CEO gets fired, the “victim” usually starts looking for the same job in another city without taking a minute of time to think about why they were fired. In three years, many are looking again for the same reason.
Introspection is lost in the belief that the fault belonged to a toxic board, a dysfunctional medical staff, or rebellious employees.
This is not just a healthcare issue. There are similarities with school superintendents, city managers, church pastors, chamber executives and others.
When you lose your job, regardless of the type, even when it is truly not your fault, make it a learning experience.
What should you do differently? How can you become better to become indispensable?
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