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Implementing shared decision making in the NHS

Shared decision making requires a shift in attitudes at all levels but can become part of routine practice with the right support, say Natalie Joseph-Williams and colleagues | BMJ… 158 more words

Service Improvement

Does Anyone Who Is Seriously Awesome at Their Job Retire Early?

Okay, quick show of hands: Who reading this is (or was) completely amazing at your job? Good at all aspects of it, even the annoying ones? 1,536 more words

Early Retirement

Epiphany! It was all the art of working hard

Recently, I’ve found a core reason for myself not being able to fully understand the workplace culture.

Working in Korean NGO has and is still giving me so many lessons and influence on my people skills as well as my administrative skills and how NGOs are cooperating with each other. 429 more words

TCK

Easter Eggs

My Facebook timeline currently looks like a picture and commentary answer to the question, ‘What was that all about?’ – ‘that’ referring to Easter. 1,003 more words

Friends

How This CMO Deals With Aggressive People at Work

The MPW Insiders Network is an online community where the biggest names in business and beyond answer timely career and leadership questions. Today’s answer for, “How can women be taken seriously in a room full of men?” is written by Jen Grant, chief marketing officer of… 651 more words

Commentary

Conflicts, Resolving

An executive fighting his boss

– when he feels the top dog is wrong – is a good sign.

Executives fighting between themselves in the boss’ presence is also the sure sign of a healthy work culture. 47 more words

Management Lessons