Tag Archives: emotional intelligence

Leadership From A Volunteer’s Perspective

Helping Others

Leadership is easier in a volunteer organization because the volunteers already have passion regarding the purpose of the organization. They want to help out! Yet, it still has its challenges. Brenda strongly believes adaptability is important. She compares leadership to sports in that if you want to be good you need to practice. As she […]

Leadership From The View of A PGA Golf Instructor

Understanding the game of Golf

Shaun Finley is the Director of Golf at the “Oaks” golf course located in Cottage Grove, Wisconsin. He has the ability to coach golf regardless of where your game is. He wants to understand your purpose, driving force, expectations, limitations, and what motivates you in an effort to tailor his lesson to the individual. As an […]

Seeing The Forest Through the Trees

Seeing the forest through the trees

There is an old saying that you can’t see the forest through the trees. This simply means if you are so entrenched in the forest surrounded by trees, you can’t see the overall forest. Makes sense. However, a visionary just might actually see the forest through the tree.  In this podcast, Tim will share his […]

Fostering A Collaborative Culture With Students

Teaching Coaching

In this podcast, Alicia Olsen will explain her journey in the teaching world. She will explain the differences and challenges from elementary to high school. She believes in relationships and demonstrates emotional intelligence to foster a connection with students. She has read many books in her quest to become a better teacher. One of the […]

How Establishing Integrative Teamwork Can Drive Actionable Insights Within CDI

Integrative Teamwork

A podcast with Jennifer Foskett where she explains “Adopting a ‘Matrix Organization’ Approach to Teamwork and CDI Efforts”. In this podcast, you will learn how Jenn became an effective leader by coaching and helping others. Other team members search her out when they have issues. And the amazing thing is that she wasn’t in any […]

Podcast – Experience Speaks

Experience Creates Wisdom

I was a guest on Wiser Wednesday – Experience Speaks podcast by Glen Krauss. I was asked questions about leadership and how it plays in the CDI (Clinical Documentation Improvement). Additionally, how do you get leaders involved? Glen Krauss is the creator and founder of Core-CDI and Co-Founder of top Gun Audit School. Glen’s LinkedIn […]

Don’t Take Your Perception For Granted

Perception vs Reality

There’s an old saying that “Perception is Reality”. Perception is not reality but admittedly, perception can be someone’s reality. That’s because perception has an influence on how we see reality. So in essence, perception is more important than reality. If someone perceives something to be true, it is more important than if it is actually […]