Monthly Archives: November 2012
I’m not sure why, but November always makes me think of Peter Drucker. To me, Mr. Drucker was one of the greatest intellectual minds when it came to the subject of leadership, management and organizational behaviour. He was born on November 19, 1909 and passed away November 11, 2005. You can read more about him […]
Listening is a critical first step to achieving truly open communication. If we don’t truly understand or internalize what someone is saying to us, how can we as leaders be effective? Last week’s topic on #HCLDR chat was “listening” – which ironically generated a lot of great conversations. The full transcript is here and a visual transcript […]
To view a slideshare of this tweetchat, click here. Thank you for the specific feedback we received regarding our decision to postpone our Twitter Chat due to the United States Presidential Race. We are fortunate #HCLDR is an international tweet chat and this was one of our goals from the very beginning. Our chat includes […]
The #hcldr chat will be on hiatus this week because of the US election. Please go out and vote. It’s an extremely tight race and every vote counts! #hcldr will return on Tuesday November 13th at 8:30pm Eastern. See you then.
This Tuesday will be our third Healthcare Leaders Tweet Chat. This is a great time to thank those who have supported and participated in our community. This post also gives us a natural opportunity to invite others who may interested. You are welcome to participate by actively listening, sometimes referred to as lurking, or by […]