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Edie Riddlespurger

Edie Riddlespurger, MSW, LISW-CP began her career in the end of life care over 20 years ago at a not for profit, hospital-based hospice, home care, and private duty organization. Over the life of her career, she has held various roles serving as Crisis Intervention Social Worker, Community Educator, Physician’s Liaison, Grief and Loss Counselor, Child Bereavement Coordinator, Psychosocial/Bereavement Supervisor, Program Development, and Executive Director. Prior to joining TCN as a Clinical Operations Coach, Edie was the Executive Director of multiple locations in the Upstate of SC for 8 years at a for-profit national hospice organization. Edie has also served as an adjunct professor at Limestone University where she greatly enjoyed assisting with the leadership and professional development of social work, psychology, and sociology students. In addition to her passion for Hospice and Palliative Care, Edie resides in the Upstate of SC with her two amazing sons and 4 dogs. She enjoys growing her faith, baseball, photography, yard work, traveling, and spending priceless time with her family.

Thank Goodness it's Monday: Creating a Positive Culture

Mondays often get a bad reputation as the start of a long workweek. However, imagine a workplace where employees genuinely look forward to Mondays, filled with enthusiasm and energy. Such a positive culture not only enhances productivity but also promotes employee satisfaction and well-being. In this blog, we will explore the concept of "Thank Goodness it's Monday" and delve into strategies for creating a positive culture within organizations.

The Cilantro Leader

couple of months ago I ordered my groceries online and went to pick them up as I have done a...