Advisory

How Should a Leader Respond When a Top Performer Decides to Leave?

“Did you hear Michael is leaving? That’s a huge loss! You can’t replace someone like that. Somebody screwed up big time. What do we do now?” This is a fairly common emotional reaction in the lunchroom when a top performer leaves

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How Should a Leader Respond When a Top Performer Decides to Leave?2021-04-14T14:37:35-04:00
HHS Funding
Advisory | Mar 26, 2021

HHS Funding for Healthcare Entities is Subject to Audit and the Guidance is Not New

Advisory | Mar 26, 2021

2020 created disruption in ways that were inconceivable before the pandemic.  And probably more so for healthcare entities than any other industry.  As our hospitals and healthcare providers have focused on caring for us,

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HHS Funding for Healthcare Entities is Subject to Audit and the Guidance is Not New2021-03-26T18:27:21-04:00

The Rubber Band Theory and the Pandemic: Will Business Snap Back to Pre-COVID Norms?

The rubber band theory has been applied to many areas of business and life, from investing and leadership to personality traits and dating. I’ve been thinking about the rubber band theory as it relates to the changes we’ve experienced

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The Rubber Band Theory and the Pandemic: Will Business Snap Back to Pre-COVID Norms?2020-11-09T14:23:09-05:00

Respect, Safeguard, and Value Your Time, Your Most Precious Commodity

During an interview with Bill Gates and Warren Buffett a few years ago, Gates was asked what he has learned from his fellow billionaire. Gates discussed the time Buffett showed him his paper appointment book, which was mostly empty.

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Respect, Safeguard, and Value Your Time, Your Most Precious Commodity2020-10-21T14:11:27-04:00

As the Pandemic Moves Us “Back to the Farm”, What’s Old Is New Again

"One of the technologies Vice President Al Gore is pushing is the information superhighway, which will link everyone at home or office to everything else – movies and television shows, shopping services,

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As the Pandemic Moves Us “Back to the Farm”, What’s Old Is New Again2020-06-22T13:37:15-04:00