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Talent acquisition in healthcare is no small feat in today’s labor market, organizations need to hire leaders who can navigate the challenges today, as well as the ones of tomorrow. read more...

By QLK Team
on Sep 24, 2018
  • Healthcare | Recruiting

Modern Healthcare’s list of the “Top 25 Minority Executives in Healthcare,” published every two years, honors those who are influencing policy and care delivery models across the country. read more...

By Holly Valovick
on Sep 12, 2018
  • Spotlight | Healthcare

Prioritizing and valuing the patient experience is one of the ways hospitals are standing out amongst competitors. How can your organization display your commitment to the patient experience? read more...

By Scott Sammon
on Aug 28, 2018
  • Healthcare

Healthcare organizations are acutely aware of the significant challenges they face in today’s labor market. They are also bracing for those challenges becoming more difficult in the near future. How can healthcare organizations attract the most dynamic leaders? read more...

By Jake Barto
on Aug 13, 2018
  • Healthcare

Who is responsible for shaping the culture of an organization – its board or its CEO? Most likely, the answer lies somewhere in between, but some would argue that because of this overarching reach of culture and its impact on the interests of all stakeholders, it becomes the responsibility of the board. read more...

By QLK Team
on Aug 2, 2018
  • Blog

Recognizing that product or service differentiation may no longer be the means to achieve competitive advantage in a rapidly changing market, companies are beginning to make critical investments in finding and developing top-performing leadership talent. As HR departments, C-suites, and boards collaborate in these efforts, there are three key dimensions – "3D" – that come into play. read more...

By Stefan Werdegar
on Jul 25, 2018
  • Recruiting

Do CEOs have a shelf life? Some companies appear to believe so; a majority of firms in the S&P 1500, and more than a third of S&P 500 firms, have policies in place that mandate the retirement of their CEOs at age 65. read more...

By Holly Valovick
on Jul 2, 2018
  • Blog

A key trait shared by successful leaders is the ability to engage in self-reflection, becoming self-aware is not quick or easy, but is likely to provide a good return on investment. read more...

By QLK Team
on Jun 13, 2018
  • Leadership Development

Bringing recruiting in-house may appear to be an attractive option to a company trying to economize, there are a number of benefits to utilizing an executive search firm to identify and hire for vacancies. In the long run, these benefits may, in fact, provide more value to an organization seeking to hire a successful candidate with staying power. read more...

By QLK Team
on Apr 17, 2018
  • Recruiting | Blog

Statements of mission and vision are essential parts of a successful strategic plan. In order to ensure a successful future, an organization must be able to define both its reason for existing (mission) and where it is heading (vision), so that its people, processes, and products or services are aligned.  read more...

By QLK Team
on Feb 22, 2018
  • Blog
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