How a lead pastor and the worship pastor work together has an effect on Sunday services. What should the relationship between these two roles look like? How do you work together to ensure attendees are having a meaningful Sunday worship experience? 0:20 Lee Stephenson introduces the episode topic that is relevant to church planters, lead pastors, and worship pastors.0:40 Lee asks Danny Parmelee when he officially had a worship pastor when he was a church planter.0:57 Danny discusses who his first worship leader was at his church plant and what their relationship looked like since they were college friends first.2:48 Lee asks how communication with a worship leader worked when he wasn't a full-time staff and was volunteering his time while working another job.3:05 Danny speaks to the challenge of not only working with someone who was volunteering their time, but also the challenge of not having any sort of church office to meet together.4:04 Having simple services at the beginning helped keep the worship aspect simple, according to Danny. But as his church grew, specific meetings to discuss worship elements of the services were needed.4:45 Lee asks Danny how much freedom he gave to the worship leader when it came to service development.5:06 Danny feels he gave his worship leader freedom to choose how the worship portion of a service would look. 5:41 Danny remembers for special services, such as Easter or Good Friday, he would ask his worship leader, Michael, to do something special and Michael would blow it out of the water.6:05 Danny trusted his worship leader to make good song choices but would remind him at times to use songs that were familiar worship songs on the radio.6:38 Danny knows worship leaders like to do something new and unique to avoid repetition, but also knows the importance of using familiar songs that people can sing along to during services.7:25 Danny asks Lee about his experience in working with worship pastors and his experience with that relationship.7:33 Lee remembers meeting with his worship leader about once a month when they were a new church plant. And having limited time during a short service also meant there was no time to be very innovative.8:19 Lee speaks to the importance of a pastor having a good relationship with a staff worship pastor. If there isn't unity between those two main people, it can be seen up on the stage.8:50 Every Tuesday afternoon, Lee would meet with the worship pastor to not only review upcoming services, but to pray together and to relationally get on the same page.9:32 Currently Lee communicates mostly through email with his current worship pastor, Joel, who is more behind the scenes.9:50 With the launch of another congregation, Lee knows that the demands of services are going to be a little different and the service structure is more Joel's responsibility.10:35 Lee varies how his church participates in communion, so he and Joel plan for that together.11:02 Danny reiterates the importance of a pastor and worship leaders talking about service transitions.11:30 Danny agrees with Lee that the more services a church adds, the more complex the planning of the worship aspect and flow of service becomes. 12:04 Lee stresses the importance of planning to create an above average service and the priority a lead pastor should place on collaborating effectively with the worship pastor.13:16 Danny adds that a worship leader should have a pastoral heart who develop other leaders within the worship team.14:13 Lee advises that the only way to know if a worship leader has a heart of a worshipper themselves is to spend time with them.14:23 Lee thanks listeners for tuning in to the topic on the lead pastor and worship pastor's relationship.
What's Trending: Seattle media is finally seeing that SPD's staffing crisis is impacting 911 response times, and Chris Cuomo addresses his suspension from CNN. Big Local: South Sound communities have been dealing with a crime overload, and Tumwater looks to put distilling education on the map. DaBaby apologizes (kinda) for a rant at Rolling Loud. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jeff Wald is an MBA from Harvard University. He is the author of The Birthday Rules and the #1 Best Selling, The End of Jobs: The Rise of On-Demand Workers and Agile Corporations. Jeff was named “One of the 100 Most Influential People in Staffing” by the Staffing Industry Analysts in 2017 and 2018. https://www.jeffwald.com/ https://www.amazon.com/End-Jobs-Demand-Workers-Corporations/dp/1642934356/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1OFDB0I2X1Q2E&keywords=jeff+wald&qid=1638378217&sprefix=jeff+wald%2Caps%2C170&sr=8-1 Support our sponsors! www.orangecatmktg.com www.linecreekbrewing.com
On this episode of InsideOut, Susan Salka, CEO of AMN Healthcare, joins to discuss the staffing challenges faced by health systems and how predictive analytics are helping AMN reduce costs and improve patient outcomes.
Today on The Top Floor, we're diving into what appears to be the most pressing issue facing property managers: HR, Staffing, and Recruitment. A recent National Apartment Association (NAA) report, sponsored by AppFolio, surveyed property managers about the most significant challenges they face. The report provided new insights into the extent to which staffing and turnover concerns have affected the rental housing industry. Of all survey respondents, 74% said human resources, staffing and recruitment were among their top-three challenges, with 50% of those respondents identifying those issues as their primary challenges. Focusing on the NAA research, we dive into the rental housing industry's pain points and how the industry is tackling these challenges on the ground.
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Staffing your booth at the Business Expo can be a venue for success, or a monumental waste of time, depending on how you approach it. Listen as Debby and Greg discuss their recent experiences at the Maumee Chamber of Commerce Business to Business Expo. Learn the behaviors they witnessed that could lead to or limit the vendor's success at the event. Also Mentioned: - Kristin Meyer, Executive Director at Maumee Chamber Of Commerce, https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristin-meyer-9125a2164/ - Colleen Tankoos, Maumee Chamber of Commerce, https://www.linkedin.com/in/colleen-tankoos/ - Kristina Inclan, Insurance Specialist at Gwen Mitchell State Farm, https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristina-inclan-86875728/ - Steve Bills, Managing Member/Owner at TeleMeMD LLC, https://www.linkedin.com/in/steven-bills-md-80948748/ Resources: - 21-21-21 Networking Training, https://connextnation.com/212121 Groups Mentioned: - Maumee Chamber of Commerce, https://www.linkedin.com/company/maumee-chamber-of-commerce/about/ Comments: https://www.facebook.com/TheReluctantNetworker/ https://www.facebook.com/connextnation/ Listen for: [0:30] Prepping for Thanksgiving at Grandma Debby's [2:35] It's a conversation, not a sale [4:05] Setting up your booth for multiple levels of connection [5:35] Positioning yourself for success [8:45] It's still about them, not you [11:55] Know with whom you want to connect [15:05] The fish bowl isn't the be-all end-all [18:17] Don't sell to the vendor [88:88] Tell Greg that you actually read this far (firstname.lastname@example.org) More Information: If you'd like more information about our virtual training programs, go to: https://www.connextnation.com/mini-course/ "Porch Swing Days - faster" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/3rdgennetworking/message
Lauren Lewis, Partner at Staff Buffalo and President of the WNY SHRM chapter cohosts this week's episode of HR TALK! Lauren and JC discuss the business of staffing, recruiting, culture fits and the magic of the soft sell. From sharing her inspirational quote of the week to bringing her opinions to our current events segment, this episode with Lauren is one not to miss!
In this Interview, David Primak covers the ins and outs of the present-day job market, how to ask for a raise in salary, the importance of specializing, how to be committed, what is the one most important skill you need to develop that works in any industry. With that, here's what you'll learn in today's episode: 02:40 First he'll start with his background, his journey and process to get to the point where he is today 13:33 Next, he answers to the question, how was David's life after he joined college coming back from the military? Then he talks, 18:51 How David started to explore other options and got into staffing when he wanted to transition his career from being a bartender and gym trainer 28:14 How David got into a project consultancy firm that modernizes business processes and methods 34:08 Inside the job market, where are some opportunities to make yourself more attractive, what can one do to make himself more valuable regardless of what industry it is 35:35 How do put your experience on your resume and how do you speak about them in an interview 39:14 What are talk tracks? How does David prepare and use them in different situations in his life 42:53 How David approached his boss when he wanted to ask for a raise, how can you prepare yourself for an interview 52:21 How could a multi talented person like David stick to one thing for an extended period of time and still did not have any regrets. 60:49 How did David get good at listening 64:14 Being in sales, how do you break off from being a person who wants to make money to actually being a person of care And finally, 72:34 Parting advice for people in the job world and also in sales Subscribe to Always on the GROW..A Philosophy for Self Improvement! Always on the GROW YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp4Iu0QkHFgFcthEVfLitTQ
Iain Macintosh speaks to Russell Hammant from Sports Interactive to give you the comprehensive guide to hiring, and firing, in those crucial non-playing roles. Alvaro Romeo from The Totally Football Show takes us to the beautiful Galician town of La Coruña in Northern Spain for More Than A Score. Joe Devine, the big cheese or queso grande of Tifo, passes on his FM 22 advice in What Did You Learn? Plus your letters cover Build A Nation saves, increasing your reputation and a ballad for ex-Oxford United and Oxford City winger Jamie Cook...
I am very thankful for the community of Operations Leaders and Lean Practitioners who constantly support each other. That is why I am bringing this special Thanksgiving episode live from the Iowa Lean Consortium Annual Conference. In today's episode, I am talking directly with Lean Leaders who share their perspectives on two major topics: sustaining and staffing.What You'll Learn from this Episode:•Common issues leaders are facing•Three leader's perspectives on sustaining•How leaders are continuing forward despite being short-staffedGet full show notes and more information here: https://processplusresults.com/podcast/069
On this West Virginia Morning, K-12 schools in the state are experiencing a teacher shortage in all subjects, and the southern counties are feeling it the most. We have a conversation about this challenge with the West Virginia Department of Education, and we also look at possible solutions.
In this Study Hall healthcare entrepreneur Karl Pierre discusses the steps to build a healthcare staffing company. EYL University: https://www.eyluniversity.com Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The hospitality industry is experiencing one of the biggest staffing shortages in living memory. We covered the scale of the issue in a July 2021 episode and today, we're returning to the topic to explore the solutions independent operators are trialling to attract and retain staff in the current climate.In this episode, we speak to small business owners from the UK and Europe and a tech-based recruitment start-up to hear how they are tackling this issue. Peter Dore-Smith, Founder of London's iconic café brand Kaffeine, outlines his framework for hiring talent and ensuring staff are able to enjoy a good work life balance. Marian Plajdicko, Owner of Berlin-based Happy Baristas, shares how he's pivoted his recruitment strategy and new approaches for targeting potential employees.Shelagh Ryan and Jo Mason, Co-founder and Operational Director, Lantana, discuss the new normal and improving working conditions for hospitality staff.Karina Coen, Managing Director of Hospitality Operations at Stint, shares how her start-up company is helping hospitality businesses address staffing pain points and nurture their core team of skilled workers.Read more from Peter Dore-Smith's blog 'Kaffeine Alumni: 12 Years of Legends' here.Credits music: "Summer Blue" by Iris Lune for the Coffee Music ProjectSubscribe to 5THWAVE on Instagram @5thWaveCoffee and tell us what topics you'd like to hear
Hosts Rick Lasky and Terry McGrath are joined by John Salka to discuss various aspects of staffing, including automatic aid, the differences in staffing between career and volunteer fire departments, and more.
Montgomery County Education Association Secretary and Wheaton Woods Elementary first grade teacher Danillya Wilson says teachers are burnt out due to the demands of teaching during a pandemic.
With many Minnesota hospitals now at or near full capacity, the U.S. Department of Defense is sending two emergency staffing teams to help care for patients with COVID-19 and other ailments The teams, which each have 22 medical personnel, will be sent to HCMC in Minneapolis and St. Cloud Hospital. This is an MPR News morning update for Thursday, November 18, 2021. Hosted by Cathy Wurzer. Our theme music is by Gary Meister.
Prior to self-storage full-time, Zach worked in various management roles at a Fortune 50 Retailer and Fortune 500 Staffing and Recruiting Firm. Zach owns and operates self-storage across the midwest (Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma currently). [00:01 - 03:31] Opening Segment Get to know Zach Quick Nine Years in Real Estate [03:32 - 10:03] Switching to Self Storage from Apartments Zach's Advantage Before the Curve Why storage's biggest enemy is storage When is an area oversupplied and undersupplied? In what market is Zach looking? A Three-Mile Radius Business Zach talks about using new technology [10:04 - 21:56] The Secret Recipe for Self-Storage Success Where are People Finding Deals? Zach's Secret: A Plain Old Excel Spreadsheet This is How to Close a Deal Twofold: Zach's Big Real Estate Investing Lesson How Zach closes deals, finds money, and makes it happen The Time Zach Spends on His Investments The Future of Self-Storage [21:57 - 30:19] Closing Segment Quick break for our sponsors Groundfloor offers short-term, high-yield real estate debt investments to the general public. Check www.passivewealthstrategy.com/groundfloor/ to get started. What is the best investment you've ever made other than your education? Marrying his wife and his first self-storage facility Zach's worst investment Residential What is the most important lesson that you've learned in business and investing? “It sounds so simple, but I've read the book Profit First and applied it to each property for storage.” Connect with my guest. See the links below. Resources Mentioned: Profit First Tweetable Quotes: “Storage, his biggest enemy is storage. ” - Zach Quick “It never happens if you don't try either.” - Zach Quick “Finding good people and then kind of laying out grid operations for them can make a huge difference in your stress levels and in your life. ” - Zach Quick ------------ Connect with Zach Quick through LinkedIn. Visit their website https://www.zachquick.com/about. Invest passively in multiple commercial real estate assets such as apartments, self storage, medical facilities, hotels and more through https://www.passivewealthstrategy.com/crowdstreet/ Participate directly in real estate investment loans on a fractional basis. Go to www.passivewealthstrategy.com/groundfloor/ and get ready to invest on your own terms. LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes
On this episode of the You Own The Experience podcast, Robert Mann and Lauren B. Jones are joined by Scott Poeschl, Vice President of Partnerships at Avionte. Holding a position on the leading edge of staffing tech, Poeschl brings a unique level of insight on where the industry is headed and how it might get there. Here Mann, Jones and Poeschl discuss which aspects of Silicon Valley technologies staffing should aim to replicate, and which parts it should not. They look at the philosophies and technologies of Amazon, Domino's, and social media companies, and compare them to what staffing and recruiting is trying to do. And they find that our industry is in many ways a very different beast. The trio also chats about: Why firms should stop focusing on engagement, and start facilitating enablement The aspects of the Amazon and Domino's experience that apply to the candidate experience. The role of staffing in enabling lifestyles and realizing dreams. The merits of their newly coined term, engaglement. Check out the episode to learn more. This episode is brought to you by Able & Leap consulting Solutions. Please remember to rate, review and share the episode and you can subscribe for all the new episodes and updates at www.ableteams.com/podcast.
The time of paper applications is over. In this week's episode, Jeff Kahler discusses navigating a virtual workplace and the best ways companies can now recruit, interview, hire, and train employees. Jeff also decides to put his money where his mouth is with our first ever contest, and a $150 Amazon gift card is up for grabs! We want to hear from you! Enter our "Broke as a Joke" contest by telling us how you hustled to make money or get a job. Listen for more details. Then email email@example.com or visit https://www.cultureofconvenience.com/ to send us your story!
Kelly Kauffman is a Chief Human Capital Officer with the National Basketball Association's Milwaukee Bucks. Kelly had held various leadership roles before joining the Bucks as Vice President of Human Resources back in 2014. She has since seen the team win a NBA championship, grow it's brand presence both locally and internationally and spearheaded the staffing and people development of a new sports and entertainment facility. Most recently she helped the affiliated teams and facilities manage and navigate the impact of the pandemic. Be sure to tell Kelly and Jamie what you think about this episode by leaving a review and rating. It helps us get the message out there! Refresh and plan! Find out more https://linktr.ee/bigideabigmoves Follow us on Instagram www.instagram.com/bigidea_bigmoves Facebook www.facebook.com/bigideabigmoves For Human Resources and Talent help contact www.epitomeHR.com Take their free assessment Talk to us about partnerships https://beacon.by/epitome-hr-inc/bibm-sponsoship-packages Follow Kelly on LinkedIn @Kelly-Kauffmann and the Milwaukee Bucks on Instagram @bucks
Tom McDonald has over 25 years of broad business experience including business development, operations, client management, finance, accounting, business startups, […]
Navigation of COVID on campus Staffing challenges New building updates Future issues for UW-Eau Claire Guest: UWEC Chancellor Jim Schmidt Beer Enjoyed: Gunpowder IPA, The Brewing Projekt
With Halloween coming to an end, it's time to recognize your cast and celebrate the transition over to Christmas. Staffing will continue to play a major role as international travel resumes. Stories Covered: Orlando Welcomes the Brits Back; Tokyo Disney Posts loss for 2021; Shanghai Disney Reopens after testing guests; Cedar Point Q3 earnings report is positive; the US added 531,000 jobs in October; IAAPA Announces 2021 Brass Ring Winners.
Rural hospitals have long struggled to maintain staffing levels of nurses and other professionals that are adequate for good care. The pandemic has made it much worse, as staffers have quit and patient loads have increased. Experts discuss the roots of the staff shortage, the effects on care safety, the extreme cost of efforts to attract and retain staff, and the threat to hospital survival posed by the problem.
What's Trending: With schools some schools closed today, parents had to figure out what to do with their children on short notice, activists and media members are setting the stage for a riot, Seattle U's basketball coach resigns after report of saying the n-word, and Russell Wilson says he is ready to return this weekend Exclusive: 13-yr-old watches father die as staffing crisis likely delayed police, fire response. A shortage of SPD officers tonight during third watch. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The latest COVID-19 surge and staffing shortages are overwhelming hospitals in central Minnesota. MPR News Evening update for Nov 12, 2021. Hosted by Natasha Senjanovic Our theme music is by Gary Meister.
12PM - The Big Lead // Staffing crisis leads to delayed response // 911 call from a 13 year old whose dad died // Pioneer Square shooting victim's father speaks out // GUEST: Michelle Moore, wife of Maple Valley man who died after a 15 year old girl hit him and left him to die, asking for help because the defense wants her let out of custody on Monday - a Judge will decide See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's guests are Susan Fantin, MSA, BSN, RN, CCDS, CDIP, VP of integrated care management at McLaren Health Care in Grand Blanc, Michigan, and Kimberly Higgins, RN, CCDS, West Florida division CDI interim director at AdventHealth. Today's show is co-hosted to Sharme Brodie, RN, CCDS, CCDS-O, CDI education specialist at HCPro/ACDIS in Middleton, Massachusetts. Today's show is supported by 3M Health Information Systems. 3M Health Information Systems, now with M*Modal, delivers innovative software and consulting services designed for a wide range of healthcare environments. From closing the loop between clinical care and revenue integrity, to computer-assisted coding, clinical documentation integrity and performance monitoring, 3M can help you reduce cost and provide more informed care. Featured solution: Today's featured ACDIS solution is Next Steps: An ACDIS Encore. ACDIS is proud to offer our final virtual education event for 2021: a three-day, two-track, online conference filled with educational opportunities and continuing education offerings. Throughout an unprecedented pandemic, ACDIS and the CDI community have continuously embodied a spirit of change. Now, we welcome you to join us for Next Steps: An ACDIS Encore, November 17-19. During this online event, participants will delve into a wide variety of emerging ways that CDI professionals have pushed their programs forward, pulled their staff through innovative waters, and propelled program outcomes beyond traditional record reviews. Click here to learn more and register today! (http://ow.ly/SL1t30s0oYo) In the News: “Medicare punishes 2,499 hospitals for high readmissions,” from Kaiser Health News (http://ow.ly/nYXM30s0oYM) ACDIS update: Check out pictures from the 2021 ACDIS annual conference! (http://ow.ly/AYvE30s0oZy)
Terri Lawson-Adams is the CEO of Ellsworth Healthcare Staffing a full-service agency committed to providing strategic solutions for all medical staffing needs. Ellsworth was founded in Tucker, Georgia with a mission of providing "Superior People and Superior Service.” When Terri's mother was ill, she experienced firsthand how a shortage of healthcare workers could negatively impact […]
"Stop giving people free money and they'll come back to work?" is a sentiment that drove many people to believe that labor shortages would be done once government funding was cut. Government stimulus has ended in many countries and the labor shortages experienced in the hospitality industry only seem to be escalating. Why is this happening? What does this mean for our industry in the short to long term, and why will this be the reason that even successful coffee-focused businesses may fail? Check this episode for insight and share your thoughts in the comments.********************** SPONSOR: BARATZA ********************** https://www.baratza.com @baratza This episode of the MAP IT FORWARD podcast is brought to you by manual brewing grinder manufacturer, Baratza. The company that's known for innovation, value, quality, and consistency. Baratza designs precision burr grinders with a small footprint - perfect for both home and commercial environments. Head to www.baratza.com to pick up your favorite grinder today or enquire about becoming a wholesaler of Baratza grinders. Baratza - We Grind, You Brew. ***********************Watch The Global Coffee Townhall in English Spanish, Arabic, and Portuguese at: https://bit.ly/3B9Oho1***************FURTHER INFO***************Website: https://www.mapitforward.orgSocial media: @imapitforward & @mapitforwardmiddleeastMailing-list: https://mapitforward.org/mailinglistAlso available as audio Podcast: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play, and all other podcast-listening apps on Apple and Android devices
In part 2 of our series in celebration of National Hospice and Palliative Care Month, we're discussing current trends in hospice in the U.S. Hospice has changed through the years. While we still take care of cancer patients, we also see patients at end of life with other diagnoses - cardiac, dementia, respiratory, stroke, and kidney (renal) conditions. According to NHPCO Facts and Figures report from 2020, Over half of hospice patients in the US are on service for 30 days or less , and a quarter of hospice patients receive care for 7 days or less. Staffing is a challenge for hospice agencies, and for the first time, agencies might be asking new patients to go on waiting lists. The pandemic created challenges (access to PPE, restrictions on visits) and changes (waivers, telemedicine). Hospice teams are still dedicated, making changes, finding new ways to provide quality care. We're grateful for the diligence of hospice agencies all across the U.S. and for the trust our patients place in us. Hang in there, everybody! No matter where you are in your hospice journey, you are The Heart of Hospice. Find the most current NHPCO FActs and Figures Report here: https://www.nhpco.org/hospice-facts-figures/ Receive The Heart of Hospice podcast in your email here: https://www.theheartofhospice.com/connection/ For podcast sponsorship opportunities contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org Find more episodes from The Heart of Hospice here: https://theheartofhospice.libsyn.com/
Imagine sitting at the table for your Thanksgiving dinner. You have your plate and are ready to dig in and stuff yourself but there's nothing to dig into. Even worse yet (or even better, depending on your family) there are no guests! All their flights got canceled! And your local friends don't want to join you for an outing because they're nervous about a terror attack at a crowded place. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!! We discuss Thanksgiving supply chain issues, airline staffing shortages and a warning about terrorism. California's top public health officials are now saying any adult who wants a COVID booster shot shouldn't be denied. But the boosters aren't approved for everyone older than 18. So what do you do? A new survey finds many parents in California are worried their kids will be worse off than them. And if your boss bugs you too much after hours and on weekends, move to Portugal because it's illegal there now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
6PM - Hanna Scott: Steve Hobbs named Washington's new secretary of state // Seattle City Council, mayor and mayor-elect spar over proposed $10 million police cut // NFL fines Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers for violating COVID protocols // Aaron Rodgers sounds a lot different in second post-COVID interview // Seattle, Bellevue schools cancel class on Friday, citing staffing shortages See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today on Colorado Edition, we learn how Colorado hospitals are grappling with the latest surge of COVID-19. We also hear how schools are dealing with staffing shortages, and the drastic measures some are now forced to take.
COVID has been used as an excuse for a lot of things. To punish someone in the name of COVID is downright appalling - however, it IS happening. This week, Jeff Kahler describes his daughter's experience with a manager who took his anger out on her. This is a potential HR nightmare! To identify where this situation went wrong, we invited Janna Arnold, RTO's Human Resources Administrator, onto the show, where she'll also explain how companies can effectively establish relevant policies that address this kind of behavior. What would you do in this situation? Visit us and send an email or comment: https://www.cultureofconvenience.com/
More listeners tell Joe about the home-care crisis. Conor can't accept job offers because of the lack of appropriate home care hours being provided for him. The Odumosu sisters talk to Joe about being sexually assaulted by their uncle Patrick Caffrey. Caffrey was jailed for 3 years last week for abusing them and their cousin Linda McDonagh.
Doug Leeby is the CEO of Beeline, a global SaaS technology company and solution provider for sourcing and managing the extended workforce. With offices in the US, UK, Australia, and the Philippines, Beeline serves the world's largest and most respected brands by managing over $40B in contingent workforce spend. Recognized as an industry innovator and customer champion, Doug has led Beeline to become the largest independent provider of solutions for managing all categories of non-fulltime talent, including temporary staff, professional contractors, service workers, consultants, project-based workers, and independent contractors. Doug is in his 18th year at Beeline and is based at the company's headquarters in Jacksonville, FL. He has been included on Staffing Industry Analyst's list of the “100 Most Influential People in Staffing” every year since 2012. Doug believes strongly in culture and through his servant-minded leadership has created a corporate culture built on trust and diversity. Doug attended Vanderbilt University where he earned his BA in History and his M.Ed. in Human Resources. He enjoys learning, interacting with interesting people, the outdoors, and any and all time with his family.
Meet today's guest, Alan Dial, the President of StaffDx LLC, and a labor productivity subject matter expert. Starting with a career in the military in a nuclear power program and nuclear engineering, Alan later gained experience with Quality Assurance, from where he moved into the Healthcare sector. In this episode, Alan describes how healthcare has lagged behind other industry segments in the area of process improvement in quality management and shares practical tools with strategies that can be applied as a solution to this challenge. Top Takeaways [08:25] Critical concepts to know: There is a gap that needs to be bridged between the finance and clinical arms of health care organizations. Medical workers also need to understand the business and fiscal side of what they do. Lastly, leaders should operationalize change by investing in growing their technical acumen around change management. [12:20] Taking time out to understand the workflows in the clinical arm helps financial leaders also know how to implement decisions that improve productivity. [19:50] Lessons learned: A major lesson learned after an experience that resulted in laying off staff, is to always be ready for the enemy you don't see. Secondly, don't arbitrarily set a target to meet financial goals without understanding what the process is. [24:30] Tips for listeners connecting with productivity: When staffing to demand, appreciate that every day is not the same, particularly with jobs like nursing. It is also beneficial for leaders to be accountable for nonproductive hours like PTO, as well as productive hours since managing it can increase efficiency. [30:10] Financial leaders in healthcare need to plan on "Hiring Ahead" for more staff than the fixed bedside number. This helps to avoid burnout caused by staff shortages due to vacancies. [33:51] StaffDX, A recommended tool for leaders: The goal of StaffDx is to provide solutions for clinical leaders with real issues that have financial, patient experience, and employee quality impact. [40:11] The number one opportunity and number one challenge for upcoming healthcare leaders...We have to get innovative with change management particularly coming out of the pandemic, both personally and in the organization. [46:37] Best Career Advice: "There's change management, and then there's managing the pace of change" More than the technical acumen, you have to influence change by driving human behavior. [41:56] Key attributes for a productivity-centered healthcare leader: You have to meet department or unit leaders where they are; don't expect them to understand your needs when you are not meeting theirs. It is critical to also equip them to be successful if you want better results. [51:11] Book recommendation: "The Class You Missed at Nursing School" by Alan Dial, being released chapter by chapter. [53:45] Advice to healthcare organizations: Start with some rhythm where senior leaders connect with their department directors, keeping workforce management in focus. Accountability is also critical; not punitive but in terms of working alongside department leaders. [56:41] Looking forward, Alan sees an emerging presence of ambulatory surgery and home health in the community, with StaffDx tailored to address the needs arising from it. Key Quotes: "If you don't know where you're going, anywhere will get you there" - Lewis Carroll "Money was never made in the board room, it's made Connect: Find | Alan Dial LinkedIn - Alan Dial / StaffDx Twitter - StaffDx Email - email@example.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/healthcarequalitycast/message
The value of individual liberty is becoming apparent to far more people today than from just a couple of years ago. With government in everyone's face and attempting to coerce chemicals into everyone's body, the pain has become all too real. Individual liberty, free markets, and sound money are the only lifeboats that will actually float. Are enough Americans ready to jump into them yet?
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My guest this week has created stunning events in the US and around the world. Alicia Rico of Bows and Arrows Flowers is dedicated to the creation and communication of beauty via the art of floral and event design. They've been featured in Martha Stewart Weddings, Harpers Bazaar and Magnolia Journal, and many more publications. Their floral designs are inspired by art, landscape and culture with attention given to every detail. We chat about several topics from time management, budgets, staffing, sourcing flowers, working with wedding planners, and a lot more. Learn more about Alicia and all of our past guests at TheFlowerPodcast.com Subscribe to our YouTube Channel for access to all of our Zoom chats, tutorials, IG Lives, and video extras. Also Subscribe on your favorite podcast platform. We are available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Amazon Music, Gaana, and many more! See our latest Blog on TheFlowerPodcast.com. Sponsors of The Flower Podcast Accent Decor The Gardeners Workshop Florabundance, Inc. ASCFG