Baton Rouge, Louisiana (PRWEB) October 05, 2016
Management consulting firm Success Labs has published “How Smart Health Care Leaders Are Facing the Talent Crunch.” Industry experts estimate that 2.3 million health care jobs will be added between 2014 and 2024, and leaders are responding to that staffing and training challenge.
Success Labs developed this guide to help health care leaders develop their people, embrace the power of HR technology and map out a strategy to lead through times of major change.
“Health care always has a pretty clear mission — taking care of the patient. What’s changed is how they’ll get there,” says Success Labs President Devin Lemoine.
The guide includes insights on attracting, developing and retaining talent, with input from several health care leaders:
- Mary Jo Assi, director of nursing practice and work environment at the American Nurses Association.
- Patricia Johnson, senior vice president of patient care/NICU/respiratory therapy and chief nursing officer at Woman’s Hospital in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
- Wendy Singleton, director of nursing and Magnet program director at Woman’s Hospital.
- Monica Wearren, talent-development and engagement manager at American Health Network, a network of health clinics.
“You can’t control the ongoing and increasing demands on a health care organization, but you can prepare,” Lemoine says. “When talent development is at the top of the list, health care will be able to manage any talent shortages while still providing top-level care. This guide is essential reading for hospital, clinic and health care tech leaders who are navigating a fast-changing talent outlook.”
Download a free copy of “How Smart Health Care Leaders Are Facing the Talent Crunch.”
ABOUT SUCCESS LABS
Success Labs is a leadership development and management consulting firm in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. For more than 25 years, its expert team of consultants has worked with hundreds of organizations to explore their business potential and improve their company and cultural performance.