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Adult and Graduate Education at Roberts Wesleyan College

Lessons in Leadership: Rest or Fail by Dr. Joel Hoomans

Posted by Michael Blankenship on Jun 23, 2014 4:08:00 PM

Turn your midlife crisis to your own advantage by making it a time for renewal of your body and mind, rather than stand by helplessly and watch them decline.   Jane E. Brody

An Opening Analogy

Several years ago I recall hearing a manager tell an emotional employee to leave her “personal problems at home” – as if she could actually divorce the trauma of her personal experience from her work persona. I recall thinking how insensitive and ridiculous that request was. Of course it is impossible to segregate our emotions, conscience, thoughts, etc., simply by the locale of our physical being. These things stay with us no matter where we go. As human beings, we are a complex composite of physical capacities, perspectives, interests, talents, experiences, wounds, weaknesses, willfulness, values, and ethics which accompany us across our destinations and shape the way we act and interact.

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Topics: Roberts Wesleyan College, Leading Edge Journal, Next Generation Business Degree, Strategic Leadership, Lesson in Leadership, business, Master's degree, Graduate Business, leadership

The Impact of a Master's degree in Health Administration

Posted by Jason Hammel on May 10, 2012 4:53:00 PM

Pictured on the right: Master's in Health Administration (Cohort 11 - Graduates of May 2012)

It is often said that the only constant in the world is change. Whether this idea applies to every scenario and environment can be debated; however, one area in which the idea is undeniably true is the health care industry in the United States. Various forces, such as the our aging population, technological advances, health care reform efforts, and increasing patient expectations are driving change at an accelerating rate. These socioeconomic and political forces are pressuring health care organizations to improve  quality of care, provide care to more people, and cut costs. Essentially, health care must learn to do more with less, and to do it better than ever before.

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Topics: Roberts Wesleyan College, Adult Professional Studies Blog Articles, Health Administration, Master's degree, health care degrees, health care changes, health care in the United States