If Facebook is the personal social network then LinkedIn is the world’s professional social network. This site boasts 259 million members worldwide and nearly half of those, 110 million are in the US. With one-third of the entire US population on the service it would seem like a great place for getting access to healthcare professionals outside of normal channels.
The Klick Health survey of Linkedin usage by healthcare specialty says certain specialties are more active on LinkedIn than others, with Psychiatrist & Anesthesiologist being the top two specialties represented.
Humility is as important a trait in speakers as it is in leaders.
Seek to be the Mentor & not the Hero of the story you present!
A mobile strategy for guaranteeing an engaged audience
Time spent on mobile continues to explode, now at more than 23 per cent of all time spent with media.
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Working with employees (internal customers) is the same as working with your external customer.
The leadership through quality model suggest every employee is an internal customer and your mission is to make every interaction about the quality of that engagement.
Encourage people to do something for its own sake, not for its benefits.
Making meaning vs. Making money which is more important as a motivator? The survey says “Making Meaning” 1st and foremost always wins in the end.
Helping people focus on the meaning and impact of their work, rather than on, say, the financial returns it will bring, may be the best way to improve not only the quality of their work but also — counterintuitive though it may seem — their financial success.
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Buddha Jones co-founder John Long discusses mini-storytelling principles and the art of modern trailer making.
Art Jones‘s insight:
Trailers a short form and always driven by story formula.
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