Category: Leadership Training

4 Things Leaders Need to Focus on to be More Effective

It’s the beginning of June, and we’ve officially made it through almost three months of this Coronavirus Pandemic. People are slowly beginning to head back to work as things begin to go back to normal. But are we going back? Some of you aren’t physically heading back to work and the question we want to ask is do we want to go back to normal?

The “normal” that we were living frankly wasn’t very good. We’re never going to have pre-COVID times days work like we did. It was great, we had fun, some of us didn’t. But that time is gone. We now have transformed to this world of work where, for the most part, we’re not going to be sitting in the same room. For the majority of us, we’re going to be separated by distance.

We’re not going back, we’re never going back, but we are going better.

What I want to look at is what is our role as leaders in making this time better.

Leaders can become more effective as they head back to work through these topics.

Leaders must focus on 4 P’s for effective leadership; passion, planning, personal philosophy, and personal connection.

SHIFTING WITH COVID-19

Watch this video on YouTube Businesses have been shifting since the onset of the COVID-19 crisis. Restaurants have had to quickly innovate to stay in business while still keeping people safe. Many retailers are having to quickly navigate processes like curb-side pickup. We’ve seen rapid changes at an alarming rate since the COVID-19 crisis. We’ve…
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Host Healthcare Team Trains for High Performance

The team at Host Healthcare, a healthcare staffing company based out of San Diego, California, has completed a leadership training program and sales coaching program, totaling over 100 hours of leadership training, with the Simon Leadership Alliance over the span of 2018. Due to the dedication of every leader and recruitment director, as well as the entire company’s drive for excellence, Host Healthcare has been able to close out their year strong with a 50% growth of travelers on assignment from July 2018 to January 2019.