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May 6, 2019

Weekly review: The best (and worst) states to be a nurse in 2019, according to WalletHub

Daily Briefing

    The 4 'motivation traps' holding back your team (and how to escape them) (Monday, April 29)
    Motivation accounts for 40% of a team's success, yet managers often struggle to free employees from four common "motivation traps." Here's how you can get your team back on track, and why regular recognition is so important for motivation, according to Advisory Board's Kate Vonderhaar and Micha'le Simmons.

    The 126 'Best Employers' in health care, according to Forbes (Tuesday, April 30)
    Forbes has released its ranking of "America's Best Large Employers" and "America's Best Midsize Employers" for 2019. Find out which organizations made the list—including the top employers among health care providers, insurers, biotech companies, and more.

    Map: The best (and worst) states to be a nurse in 2019, according to WalletHub (Wednesday, May 1)

    WalletHub last week released this year's rankings of the best states for nurses. See where your state ranked with our interactive map.

    From 'what if' to 'let's go': How Lloyd Dean and Kevin Lofton built a $29B system—and where they're going next (Thursday, May 2)
    In this edition of "Lessons from the C-Suite," Advisory Board's Eric Larsen talks to CommonSpirit Health CEOs Lloyd Dean and Kevin Lofton about how they moved the Dignity Health-CHI merger from "what if" to "let's go," why they don't consider themselves "co-CEOs," and how they plan to "set the trend" for health care in America.

    How's America feeling? Stressed, worried, and angry, according to Gallup. (Friday, May 3)
    Americans are more stressed, worried, and angry than they have been in 13 years, according to a new report from Gallup. See who's feeling the most stressed out—and learn specific steps you can take stress less, according to Advisory Board's Kate Vonderhaar.


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