This presentation focuses on the current and future state of recruiting and retaining critical positions in the laboratory. It discusses why employees stay and why they leave with suggestions about how to improve acquiring talent and retaining good employees.
We've all been there. There is a challenging situation that needs to be addressed and we have no idea where to start. Or maybe we are in the middle of a perfectly normal conversation and, out of nowhere, it turns emotional. In both of these cases, we can feel threatened and insecure.
The ability to effectively interview and select the most qualified candidate is an important role for the hiring manager. Not all hiring decisions work out. You can do all the right things when hiring, and still end up with a person who isn't a match. If you are careful about the selection...
Managing your lab safety program is a job that never stops, but how you approach the various tasks has to change in order to prevent “safety stagnation.” Learn tips and tricks for spicing up your safety training and to make the material you’re giving stick so that your lab safety culture continues..
This presentation provides a significant shift in how you work with your team by learning coaching skills that will not only make a profound difference in employee engagement but will create sustainable positivity within your team. Manage less and coach more to keep up with today's employee challeng
This presentation discusses various leadership experiences and how to effectively manage human resources. The presenter also covers leading different generations, including how to give feedback in light of capacities, talents, possibilities, visions, and values.
Human resources is one of the most difficult and often time consuming areas of laboratory management. Over time, some employees can become complacent or disengaged with their job creating a tense work place, making them, and perhaps others, unhappy employees.
This session will present an organized approach to hiring to save time, ensure you hire qualified individuals for the job, save money in training and retraining, provide a legal safety net, and build an effective team.
Every day at work we are awash in ambiguity and chaos that promotes finger pointing when things go wrong. This is avoidable by using simple, powerful tools to ensure that every staff member, including laboratory leadership, clearly understands respective responsibilities and authorities in their lab
The healthcare industry is experiencing unprecedented changes, such as ACA, MU, genetic testing, real-time data, just to name a few. In addition, healthcare capabilities and expectations are also changing quickly and dramatically.