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Healthcare Executive Leadership

Wednesday, July 27th, 2011

As healthcare organisations seek to enhance safety and quality in a changing environment, organisational learning practices can help to improve existing skills and knowledge and provide opportunities to discover better ways of working together. Leadership at executive, middle management, and local levels is needed to create a sense of shared purpose. Healthcare executive leadership has gone global. As a result, a growing number of opportunities are becoming available for individuals whose career planning efforts have prepared them for the extraordinary challenges and the long-term rewards that an international assignment offers. However, the expectations are high when it comes to making Healthcare executive leadership placements into a foreign market, and a prospective executive must be fully prepared to meet those challenges head-on.

“Well done is better than well said!” is a quote from the New England Patriots’ Tom Brady (and Ben Franklin) and it summarizes the mindset of global investors and global operators as they recruit individuals to lead foreign or multinational business entities. In other words, a successful track record delivering superior financial and operational results will help your achieve your international leadership goals far better than merely words and potential. This is why personal global career planning pays off in the long-run.

Establishing yourself as the winning executive for a global Healthcare executive leadership opportunity requires strong foundational skills, a successful track-record, solid relationships, keen industry insights, and much more. Keep pushing yourself forward in your professional growth and remember, “Well done is better than well said.”

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New Ideas About Weight Loss

Friday, November 20th, 2009

As we all know, strategies are important in order to achieve success in any undertaking. However, the problem sets in when we have strategies but we don’t know how to act accordingly to these strategies because our mindsets have taken a different route. If truth be told, this is often the disputes with dieters. They set goals and they are determined, especially at the beginning, to reach these goals. However, when it comes to the implementation they always come short-handed because their thoughts get in the way of their success.

Here are some ideas that we can dig into, to reshape our mindset about dieting and weight loss:

Do not let your emotions rule your appetite. At times, we allow our emotions to dictate what we want to eat. In this case, we let it dictate how much food we consume which is wrong. Once we continue this, we will be facing weight gain issues repeatedly without harnessing a way to get rid off our weight-related complications. Control your food preferences and limit what you should ingest no matter how you’re feeling.

Do not go lax on portion control sometimes. To reward ourselves for something we have accomplished, we tend to go lax on portion control, thinking that we deserve to be rewarded. Indeed, this award is only momentary. We are punishing our systems by allowing it to have illnesses and disorders through wrong food preferences and poor portion control. Exercise discipline and stick to it at all costs.

Do not follow your friends. Although wrong things are done, it will always justifiable since you did enjoy it and at the same time with friends. Same thing goes when dieting. When friends cheat in their weight loss programs together, they do so a little too often, hence, they also get in mess with their weight loss programs.

Eating out is not a license to cheat lastly; doing not thinking that just because you are dining out, then you can already eat anything you like. As we previously mentioned, everything goes back to discipline. And unless you learn to instill discipline on yourself, you will not learn to succeed in your dieting and weight loss quests.