Culture Trumps Strategy for Performance

Posted on March 27, 2015 by - Coors Insights - March 2015

what makes a leader

The below article is an excerpt from Dr. Michael Frisina’s full essay titled “People Are the Heart of Performance.”   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… Read more »

3 Challenges of Gender Discrimination

Posted on March 27, 2015 by - Coors Insights - March 2015

gender bias workplace

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 as follows: 1. Finding a work-life balance. Finding a work-life balance is a challenge… Read more »

Coors Healthcare Solutions Attends ACHE Congress

Posted on March 16, 2015 by - Coors Insights - March 2015

chicago skyline

Hello, Windy City! 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. Although you can see our open jobs online, if you’re in the area, we… Read more »

6 Tips for Improving Workplace Relationships

Posted on February 23, 2015 by - Coors Insights - February 2015

friends at work

The average person spends more time at work than anywhere else, which means that the majority of their time is also spent with their coworkers. While creating close friendships with coworkers isn’t for everyone, it’s still important to take the time to better know and understand the people around you. Besides, the workplace in undeniably… Read more »

How to Integrate Doctors Into Your Organization

Posted on February 23, 2015 by - Coors Insights - February 2015

doctors and executives

Trust is a key factor in any industry, including healthcare. For healthcare executives, finding ways to integrate doctors can be difficult, but the first step is always to establish trust between executives and physicians. As more physicians begin working with hospitals, healthcare executives and doctors are finding ways to collaborate and cooperate within the same… Read more »

Understanding Physician-Patient Communication

Posted on January 23, 2015 by - Coors Insights - January 2015

physician patient communication

From the minute they check-in to being greeted by a nurse to meeting with the physician, positive patient relations are key. This is especially true for patients dealing with anxiety or doubts, as physicians are likely to receive the brunt of these negative emotions and concerns. After all, whether it’s a patient or a coworker,… Read more »

How Successful People Overcome Toxic People

Posted on November 13, 2014 by - Coors Insights - November 2014

avoid negativity at work

Have you ever heard a relationship, professional or not, described as toxic? Most likely, you have. By definition, toxic is an adjective used to describe a poisonous substance. But when an individual is described as being toxic, it implies the negative impact they have on the world around them. Toxicity in the workplace can lead to… Read more »

How to Retain Top Employees During Cutbacks

Posted on October 14, 2014 by - Coors Insights - October 2014

how to retain employees in healthcare

Cutbacks. The word no hospital leader or employee wants to hear. It’s not news that the healthcare model has experienced drastic changes over the last few years. As providers struggle to keep up, many have been forced to make cutbacks, putting hospital leaders in a tough position. Perhaps one of the biggest challenges hospital leaders face during cutbacks… Read more »