Category Archives: Teamwork

Podcast – Leadership & Teamwork

In this podcast, Joseph shares his experiences of building his leadership skills and building successful teams. He shares a story of building a successful team where the team surpassed their expectations. Prior to fostering the teamwork philosophy, this same group of people could not meet expectations. Joseph is a thoughtful, reliable, and proactive IT Leader […]

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 […]

Podcast – Leadership with Eric Ripp

Leadership skills

Eric Ripp is the founder and owner of PPI, which stands for Productive Programming Incorporated. PPI is an electronic health record and service company focused on the long-term Medicaid / Medicare market. Eric’s leadership skills are highly attributed to his mother.  He lives by the rule of treating others as you want to be treated. […]

Careful, You Might Be Stuck In Your Own Paradigm

Paradigm Image

Many people in the business world know and realize to be successful, a culture shift is required. As it’s been said, the only constant is “change”. But are these individuals “open-minded” or captive in a paradigm? Now, they can be passionate about a concept they know will work. But a paradigm can inhibit their ability. […]

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 […]

Stepping Stones of Leadership

Steps of Leadership

The author of the book “Stepping Stones of Leadership” describes his learning experiences as he transitioned from a tester on an assembly floor to VP of Operations. One of his principles was to be open to the people. Surprisingly, when he was in management, he found out the staff didn’t always believe him. The book […]

Where are the Leaders

Where are the Leaders

Becoming a leader isn’t any different than becoming a plumber, lawyer, doctor, etc. One has to make a conscious decision to become a leader. I can’t convince anyone to become a leader any more than I can convince someone to become an electrician.  The desire has to come from within. Many people just want to […]

Why Rules Don’t Always Work

Rules are required everywhere

Have you noticed there are a lot of issues surrounding the rules being made during the coronavirus? With the mask being the latest episode. There are people that support wearing the mask and then there are people that do not support wearing the mask. This opposition is generating a lot of chaos. This post has […]

Acceptance Isn’t Agreement

Acceptance is being flexible

“Acceptance doesn’t mean resignation; it means understanding that something is what it is and there’s got to be a way through it” ~ Michael J. Fox ~ Many times, I have come to witness a misunderstanding between acceptance and agreement. Just because I accept what someone is telling me, doesn’t mean that I am in […]

Paying Attention To Your Thoughts

Change Your Thoughts and You Change Your World ~ Norman Vincent Peale ~ Where and what do you give your attention to? You probably don’t think about it. Recent changes in our world have caused most of us to really slow down and notice what we are thinking about and what we are doing in […]