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Adult and Graduate Education at Roberts Wesleyan College

The High Cost of Low Morale by Nicole Fink

Posted by Michael Blankenship on Jul 3, 2014 1:37:00 PM

How to Address Low Morale in the Workplace through Servant Leadership

Today more than ever, the healthcare sector faces growing pressures that will further tax its capabilities and inhibit its ability to meet growing consumer demands.  Significant challenges of healthcare organizations include: financial pressures, increasing competition, staffing shortages, employee and patient safety concerns, and a significant increase in the consumption of healthcare related services (Kovner & Neuhauser, 2004).  Overcoming these challenges will require that leaders of healthcare organizations seek creative strategies to improve and maintain high performance of employees.  With that being said, it becomes obvious that improving and maintaining high employee morale is a key factor to consider in the pursuit of organizational success.

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Topics: Roberts Wesleyan College, Leading Edge Journal, Next Generation Business Degree, Strategic Leadership, Lesson in Leadership, business, morale