We have heard it said many times that culture is everything to organizational performance. Even so, many organizational leaders still struggle with the behavior competencies that seem vague, fuzzy, and soft yet so vital to the financial and productive prosperity necessary to sustain the organization. Behaviors are the building blocks of the culture. When behavior changes are expressed in terms of the work people do, their mental scripting, expressed in terms of how people are affected by their behavior, it is much easier for people to understand the need for behavior changes and why they are necessary to drive performance excellence and serve the legitimate needs of clients and coworkers as people.
Making advancements in your professional career is inarguably a challenge for everyone, and as a woman-owned business, we have a particular understanding of one of the most common challenges facing women in today’s workplace: gender discrimination.
Three challenges of gender discrimination are
The Coors Healthcare Solutions team is currently in Chicago, Illinois to attend the ACHE Congress from March 16th to the 19th. From today (Monday) through Thursday, we will be here to interview candidates and to participate in the Employment Referral Service.