Tag Archives: listening

July 30th Chat – Specific Feedback to help us Feed Forward

Blog by Lisa Fields Linda Stone (@lindastone) shared a terrific blog in a recent tweet: Short Sweet Post RT @Jasonfried Some great advice we got from #JeffBeros https://37signals.com/svn/posts/3289-some-advice-from-jeff-bezos Jason captured the insight and wisdom of Jeff Bezos during his recent visit to 37 signals. “He’s observed that the smartest people are constantly revising their understanding, reconsidering […]

July 9 Chat – The Science of Improv

This week Healthcare Leaders is once again exploring medicine and music. Tonight we’re going to explore the science of improv. I’ve been interested in drumming circles since I first saw my friend @JordanEM LIVE tweeting from the @AMTAInc Conference last year. I’ll never forget the tweets and pictures I saw during an evening drumming circle. My […]

June 18 Chat – Good People (Redux)

Due to extreme Twitter slowness on May 21, 2013 we were not able to hold our #HCLDR  tweetchat. The topic that day was supposed to be “Good People”. There was a lot of interest in discussing this topic so we’re going to try again this week. The background information for this chat can be found […]

#HCLDR Chat – April 30 2013 – Trust

In this era of reality TV, blogs, websites and social media trust has never been harder to establish and has never been easier to lose. All of us have had to learn new ways of building trust through online means. We’re getting used to creating relationships with people who we may never meet. We have […]

#HCLDR Chat – Dec 18 2012 – Tweetchat Feedback

Feedback so we can go Feed Forward Lisa Fields As Colin and I prepared for  #HCLDR this week we decided we will postpone our chat for both December 25 and January 1. We believe many of our community members will be spending the holidays with family and friends. As 2012 is coming to an end, […]

#HCLDR Chat – Nov 20 2012 – Leadership and the art of listening

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 […]