The decisions that face patients in end-of-life situations are not the sort that elicit a shrug. How do you feel about resuscitation? What about intubation? What’s your stance on organ donation? Even the basics –
On a scale from 1 - 10, how much pain are you in? It has always been a rather perplexing question, and one almost impossible to answer objectively. Pain is subjective; that’s the challenge in
It might be time to move “remote work opportunities” from your company’s Perks and Benefits column into Survival Strategies. America’s economic history has depended on mobility of workers and opportunities. People have followed jobs out
More than anything, Millennials want engagement at work, but often have to settle for morale. In countless organizations, engagement is often conflated with morale--as if engagement is just another metric assessing how employees feel about
I once had a boss who banned the entire organization from ever saying “sorry.” Whether we were talking to customer, a manager, or each other, no one was allowed to say “sorry” under any circumstances.
One of my very first managers had a little catchphrase she liked to use whenever she assigned out a new tasks. Without fail, she would tell us, “I won’t ask you to do anything I
A key predictor of success in any endeavor comes from mindset. It can be tempting to approach the challenges of establishing, rebuilding, or preserving a company culture as an uphill battle when more and more
Millennials are educated; by some accounts, they are the most educated generation in history. But all too often, they are not well-trained. It might be crossing the bridge from theory to practice: classrooms can be