A company is only as strong as its team, and its team is only as strong as its leader.
A competent, permanent leader is an essential part of any team. And why? They are needed to provide support and guidance to the team in even the most trying of times. It is their responsibility to set an example of the expectations for the other members of the team. They need to be encouragers, motivating the members of their team to work hard, reach beyond the mediocre, and achieve their professional goals.
As a leader in the hospital industry, you know how important communication is and how imperative it is to keep perspectives and processes fresh and up-to-date. Unfortunately, though, most hospital leaders and boards don’t realize that there is a problem until it’s too late, especially when it comes to hospital debt. And when it comes to debt, because hospitals don’t realize until it’s too late, many are forced to resort to staffing cuts. Unfortunately, due to miscommunication and misinformation, many hospital boards have absolutely no realization of the actual state of the hospital, until they’re caught in crisis