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Structuring a Great Chart of Accounts

Posted by Shannon Adams on Jan 30, 2020 12:56:40 PM

An organization’s financial accounting system has the potential to hold incredible amounts of useful data. It is like a storage building full of all the information you may need to make strong decisions and plan for your organization’s future. But sometimes the data cannot be easily obtained.

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Topics: Accounting, Financial Data, Systemic Thinking

FYI/FR/FD/FA: The Email Rules of the Road

Posted by Chantelle Buchanan on Jan 10, 2020 2:48:14 PM

I spent some time over the holidays reflecting on the past year and trying to identify areas where I felt things had gone well, and areas where I felt challenged and wanted to make improvements to my own processes.

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Topics: Getting Things Done, Email

Mentors

Posted by Chris Comeaux on Jan 3, 2020 3:51:37 PM


Happy 2020!
As we go into a new year and on the heels of the Cause and Purpose blog post, many of you reached out to me and asked a provocative question: who was a key influencer in shaping how I think?  Was there someone in my life who paid forward the wisdom of living with purpose, having a mission statement, defining my values, defining roles, and creating a vision statement? 

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Topics: Mentoring

Are You Prepared to Weather the Storm?

Posted by Christopher Morrissette on Dec 20, 2019 10:00:00 AM

Charles Kettering said, “Every time you tear a leaf off a calendar, you present a new place for new ideas and progress”.  Ketterling served as the head of research at General Motors from 1920 to 1947 and it was his drive for change that helped influence innovation at GM and the industry at large.

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Topics: Serious Illness, Be Prepared, Personal Evaluation

Vision

Posted by Chris Comeaux on Dec 9, 2019 9:17:00 AM

As we finish unpacking the 7th Fundamental: Cause and Purpose, I’d like to place a focus on the importance of a Vision Statement.

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Topics: Vision, Vision Statement

Hustle & Bustle of the Season: The Need for Hospice Takes No Holiday

Posted by Alyson Cutshall on Dec 3, 2019 8:54:59 AM

Across my years of having worked at the senior sales leadership level for hospice organizations, I have heard that "the Holiday Season is not a time to talk about hospice services with my Referral Partners."  However, I have urged my sales team members to stay away from this train of thought.   

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Topics: Hospice Sales, Holiday Sales

Planning for the Best - Preparing for the Worst

Posted by Angela Gruebbel on Nov 14, 2019 12:08:40 PM

Special Events Risk Management

“Legionnaires' Disease: 4 Deaths Linked to Hot Tub Display at NC Mountain State Fair” – CBS News Hot Tub Companies to Blame for Deadly Disease Outbreak at NC Fair, Lawsuit Says” – Charlotte Observer

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Topics: Risk Management, Events, Liability Insurance

Grandma Downloads An App

Posted by Dr John Morris, MD on Nov 1, 2019 10:44:16 AM

If I know one thing it’s that my Grandma loves living in the beautiful mountains of Western North Carolina. There is nothing that makes her happier than sipping a cup of coffee while sitting on the front porch in the rocking chair Grandpa made her 25 years ago, listening to the birds chirp and watching the sun rise high into the sky.

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Topics: Palliative Care, Tap Cloud

Roles

Posted by Chris Comeaux on Oct 17, 2019 2:26:37 PM

 

One of Shakespeare’s most infamous lines is, “All the world’s a stage.”  Many may read his flair for drama here, but I believe he was describing the reality that, whether we know it or not, life is about playing roles. As such, life truly is our stage.

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Topics: Cause & Purpose, Vision, Roles

The Weekly Update:  Power of Intentional & Reliable Communication from the LEADER

Posted by Janelle McCallum on Oct 10, 2019 1:41:57 PM

We look forward to the yearly Employee Engagement survey and shake our heads in wonder when the results point to “not enough communication from leaders!”  This is despite quarterly All Staff mtgs, a mostly monthly newsletter, staff mtgs, supervisor’s wkly Big Rocks or Need to Know communication, wkly IDG mtgs, and tons of emails!

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Topics: Communication, Intentional, Weekly Update

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