The Leadership Style On The Rise

The Leadership Style On The Rise

How can senior living organizations boost their bottom line while retaining their employees in this challenging economic climate? By hiring and developing senior care executive leaders and managers who put themselves last and their people first. In other words, hire and develop servant leaders.   Servant leadership is not a
Making a Career Move? Consider Interim Leadership!

Making a Career Move? Consider Interim Leadership!

The need for senior living interim leadership has experienced a sharp rise over the past two years. The COVID crisis combined with the ongoing industry talent shortage caused senior living interim executives to be in high demand.    If you’re an experienced senior care executive and thinking about making a
10 Tips For Warp Speed Hiring in Senior Living (2022)

10 Tips For Warp Speed Hiring in Senior Living (2022)

Hiring senior living professionals has always been challenging. However, in this intense talent market, it’s even more so. The pressure is on to fill key senior care positions despite stiff competition and candidates who have plenty of choices and options.   That said, gone are the days of interviewing and
Are Job Candidates Ghosting You?

Are Job Candidates Ghosting You?

As if Senior Living didn’t have enough to worry about, candidate ghosting is on the rise. Today’s job candidates have a plethora of senior living employment opportunities, perm and interim, and are juggling several offers at a time. This gives them the power over your organization.   Long term care
7 Reasons Why Senior Living Organizations Use Executive Search Firms (2022)

7 Reasons Why Senior Living Organizations Use Executive Search Firms (2022)

To find the best senior living executives, you might want to consider hiring an executive search firm specializing in the senior living industry.   Having the right fit in the right position is a major factor in the success of your senior living organization. The wrong hire can be very
Becoming an “Employer of Choice” in 2022 by Katie Piperata, Interim Solutions & Leadership Development Trainer

Becoming an “Employer of Choice” in 2022 by Katie Piperata, Interim Solutions & Leadership Development Trainer

Attracting and retaining good employees to work for your senior living organization has always been challenging.  Then add the disruption of a pandemic, and the subsequent “Great Resignation” and senior living organizations are now faced with severe staffing shortages and fierce talent wars.   While there isn’t a quick fix
From The Great Resignation To “The Great Onboarding?” (2022)

From The Great Resignation To “The Great Onboarding?” (2022)

While 2021 was the year of The Great Resignation, will 2022 be the year of The Great Onboarding? It’s been about 8 months since the term The Great Resignation was coined and entered our terminology. It refers to the mass exodus of workers, including those in Senior Living, from their
7 Strategies to Building Engaged Remote Teams for 2022

7 Strategies to Building Engaged Remote Teams for 2022

The way work is done and how work is done has changed significantly in all industries, including Senior Living. Many employees and organizations have shifted their perceptions of working remotely, citing both the challenges and wins of remote work that were accelerated by the pandemic. Per BusinessInsider.com, 41% of remote
10 Workforce Trends for 2022. How Will You Adapt?

10 Workforce Trends for 2022. How Will You Adapt?

From businesses to individuals, we have all been affected one way or another by the pandemic. We can’t deny that how we work and the way we work has changed. For most organizations, including those in senior living, there’s no going back. It’s either adapt or get left behind. With
Heads Up…GEN Z Enters the Global Workforce

Heads Up…GEN Z Enters the Global Workforce

You may have noticed that a younger generation has now entered the workforce.  Move over Millennials and meet Generation Z!  Gen Z is broadly defined as the 72 million people born after 1996.  In the coming years, they will make up a large percentage of the global workforce. In fact,