In an unsettling tale from within our hospitals, a friend recently relayed an alarming incident. It’s a story that unveils the complex challenges our healthcare professionals grapple with and the silent crises that occasionally go unnoticed. A diligent nurse, fresh out of school with just a year’s experience under her… Read More "A Tragic Oversight: How Misunderstandings and Staffing Shortages Led to a Patient’s Death in the ICU"
How should any business owner or leader react? This article caught my eye recently: How 6 designers handle employee mistakes Hopefully there are no stories about yelling, screaming, and firings! The first designer, Victoria McKenney, could have been reading straight from my book! 🙂 “I truly believe that every mistake… Read More "How Interior Designers Can Effectively Handle and Learn From Mistakes"
Here’s some material that I didn’t end up using in my book The Mistakes That Make Us. Maybe that was a mistake. Looking Inward Instead of Blaming and Shaming Others Engineer and manufacturing consultant Sabrina Moon learned relatively early in her career that it was a mistake to lead by… Read More "Looking Inward Instead of Blaming and Shaming Others for Mistakes"