I hate vague work instruction, it is confusing and not at all conducive to getting the job done (and rallying the team). If you’ve ever had a leader that is
As we’ve mentioned in previous blogs, we are actively looking to disrupt the status quo and develop the field of long-term care into the efficient, innovative agent of health service it
If you asked anyone on the street what the characteristics of a good leader are, what do you think you’d hear? Probably all the usual suspects: tenacity, integrity, insightfulness, etc.
In our last blog post, we looked at the Vision of Lindashell.com; the ideal future we strive to create. We want to see long-term care fundamentally change to an industry
When Lindashell.com was started, we wanted to make a commitment. A commitment to do passionate work in the field long term care and to the values that drive that passion.
Introduced in the previous blog, the concept of the employee-first culture has started to transform workplace structures across the world. Companies of all sizes and industries are seeing the benefits of prioritizing
The following article was written for MedBridge Education and is available on their website at https://www.medbridgeeducation.com/success-leader-healthcare This article, as well as many other article of interest are available via the MedBridge
What is SurTHRIVELeadership? SurThriveLeadership is a leadership program targeted towards building resilient leaders in the field of aging services. Each course assists the learner in gaining skills and shaping behaviors conducive
How many times have you heard one or more of the following statements: “We can’t do that project” “We can’t make the changes you’ve requested” “We can’t meet the expectations
At LindaShell.com and Legacy Market Services we occasionally come across an article or research paper that we believe can fundamentally impact those directly involved in the field of aging services as