Leadership

Why We Itch and a Host of Cutting-Edge Health Content: The New Johns Hopkins Health Review

Why We Itch and a Host of Cutting-Edge Health Content: The New Johns Hopkins Health Review

Posted by  | Advancing Healthcare Communications

At Johns Hopkins Medicine, the sheer volume of content that we create for physicians, patients, their families and the world is staggering. In the school of medicine alone, we and our faculty members develop all of the content and multimedia materials for hopkinsmedicine.org. We issue dozens of online and printed publications for physicians, patients and(...)

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Own the Organization

Own the Organization

Posted by  | Employee Engagement, Leadership

Leaders often talk about instilling a “sense of ownership” in the people they lead—a pride and stewardship of work that transcends the rote completion of projects. It makes sense. When you own a home, for example, things matter differently than when you’re renting. Is the heat that’s trapped in the roof going to one day(...)

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The Importance of Values (Or, It Happened One Night)

The Importance of Values (Or, It Happened One Night)

Posted by  | Values

As a manager and as a person—and now, as a blogger—I’m passionate about helping people in their careers and lives. So, in this new-to-me forum, I’ll share some of the ways that I strive to help myself and others improve in our organizations and communities. With any luck, I hope to reach new readers and(...)

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