Officials have identified cases of a new, potentially far-more-contagious strain of the novel coronavirus in more than 30 countries, including in the United States—and U.S. officials fear the new variant could worsen the country's already ballooning coronavirus epidemic.
Nearly all leaders have at some point had to manage "someone who thinks their performance is terrific when it's actually just adequate, or worse." Writing for the Harvard Business Review, Liz Kislik, a consultant and former professor at New York University and Hofstra University, identifies five approaches leaders can take to "correct the problem behaviors—or understand whether that's even possible."
The American Medical Association in a recent letter asked the CEOs of six major social media companies to help disseminate timely and accurate information about Covid-19 vaccines and boost marginalized communities' acceptance of vaccines, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Arkansas, the District of Columbia, Illinois, and Maryland.
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