In times like this in this present moment, we are living in. Does Covid-19 present an opportunity for innovation, an opportunity to learn new topics, a time to cherish with family, or a time to read the latest book you have been putting off?
In times, of a unique challenge, some people blossom whereas others fall by the wayside, i.e. prune themselves either to be better or give up on an idea altogether. In times like these, there are some people extremely busy with work, while others get laid off. As a person, who has observed this now, for the fifth time in my lifetime, there are patterns of human behavior I observe. I also look at the people who sail smoothly without worry, with confidence, and a calm knowing.—Who these people are, I will write in another article.
The leaders who are innovators by nature, tend to be optimistic, with a side of healthy pessimism but not enough to make them not develop, research and implement a new product or service. Usually when you receive a...
I love to read inspiring stories about people in leadership roles—biographies in business, healthcare research, even stories about professional athletes. More importantly, though, here are those people who have created moonshots.
When we speak of moonshots in healthcare, it used to take ten years from identifying an emerging infectious disease to developing an adequate response. Today through new approaches of identifying the correct antibody and utilizing advances in biotech, bioengineering. For instance, utilizing RDA (ribonucleic acid) vaccines, we can reduce that time. Furthering these approaches and technologies could end pandemic diseases--a moonshot idea, I believe we will see in this decade.
The idea of identifying moonshots, big bets, and grand challenges is not new, but its gaining momentum. (i.e., X-prize has been in existence 25 years). There are lovely unusual solutions to bring the world together to solve enormous seemingly impossible challenges.
What Champions Are Made Of-Being A Champion In Education
This is a deeply personal writing today. Viewing the United States national woman’s soccer team was such an inspirational and exhilarating experience, and now watching the USA team played some of the toughest competitors to reach the finals.
Working hard to win a Championship, is no easy task. It takes focused discipline, daily planning, a standard of performance, the ability to be in the zone and most importantly have fun while doing it. We were witness to this team doing just this. We all get the opportunity to witness Championship teams. The celebration when your local team wins a game, also the preparation and instincts that go into each game.
We are all very fortunate on this given day, at this moment to bring our best lives forward. Viewing how these women worked hard for years to qualify for a World Cup, but also how they truly cared for one another on the team. Here are twelve habits, truly...
James M. Kouzes and Barry Posner have studied leadership for decades. They have developed tools based on the Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership model. Their model advocates "model the way," "inspire a shared vision," "challenge the process," "enable others to act," and, most importantly, "encourage the heart." All five principles have shown time and time again, that smart businesses truly take care of their people. CERDH.com has created a new CE course that will go into depth about how these five principles utilizing in healthcare professionals for purpose-driven design thinking.
This 90-minute course is designed for dental healthcare professionals or anyone interested in enrolling in an accredited dental hygiene program.
Have you ever asked your team this question?
How does leadership inspire focused discipline from within, allowing people/the team to design solutions in a simplified manner?
First, small business owners hire people with specific strengths and who are...