Bryan Miller

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This Terrible Management Trait Is the Top Reason Employees Leave

Poor leadership leads to increased employee turnover--and this one trait is especially to blame.<p>Research, exit interviews, and our own experiences tell us over and over again that the number one reason employees leave a job is their direct manager.<p>But why? What are managers doing (or not doing) …

Leadership

Dr. Ritcheson

Consulting Psychologist<p><i>Dr. Andrew Ritcheson is one part consultant and one part psychologist specializing in strategy consulting, project management,</i> …

How Much Does Therapy Cost? (And Why Is It So Expensive?)

Seeing a therapist in an office is not affordable for most Americans. This is unfortunate for people who have looked past the stigma of therapy and …

Would Paying Your Doctor Cash Up Front Get You Better Care?

A growing number of primary care doctors, spurred by frustration with insurance requirements, are bringing "health care for billionaires" to the masses, including people on Medicare and Medicaid, and state employees.<p>It's called direct primary care, modeled after "concierge" medical practices that …

'Concierge medicine' is reaching new markets

A growing number of primary care doctors, spurred by the federal health law and frustrations with insurance requirements, are bringing a service that generally has been considered “health care for billionaires” to middle-income, Medicaid and Medicare populations.<p>It’s called direct primary care, …

Why you should be skeptical about an 'Uber for healthcare'

The worst aspect of the "Uberization" of our economy may not be the transformation of workers who could once earn a living wage into "independent contractors" who can barely make ends meet (though that's bad enough); it may be the spreading myth that any economic function can be shoehorned into …

Americans' out-of-pocket healthcare costs are skyrocketing

The Kaiser Family Foundation, a nonpartisan think tank addressing health policy issues, released its annual Employer Health Benefits Survey on Wednesday and looked at the cost of insurance for Americans.<p>Based on the data Kaiser gathered, it appears that the hit directly to American's wallets is …

The enormous pop-up clinic trying to bridge America’s health divide | Amy Woolard

For three days in July, thousands of Americans who cannot afford private healthcare converge on a field in Appalachia for the largest pop-up health clinic in the country. And many of them have not seen a doctor or a dentist in years<p>Nearly 33 million Americans – more than 10% of the country’s …

Dental Care

Why Big Health Systems Are Investing in Community Health

The quest to contain health costs while improving the quality of care typically focuses on service delivery, such as reducing unnecessary or harmful medical procedures. But changes in health care financing are pushing some health systems to take a more holistic approach and address social factors …

12 Things That KILL Your Leadership Effectiveness

A good leader wants to do those things that create results and make them effective in their role.<p>At the same time a leader needs to be aware of the …

Leadership

Creating Private Practice Income for Counselors

When it comes to making money in private practice, it can be really hard work! This income report is to help you see exactly how i have gone from …

The Secret to Closing More Sales: Talk Less

4 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Most salespeople talk way too much. In today’s market, chatty salespeople are champing at the bit to swamp prospects with information. My research shows that the average salesperson talks over 81 percent of the time in a selling …

Selling

A psychologist says these personality types are most likely to clash at work

Dominant and steady personalities tend to clash, as do conscientious and influential personalities.Flickr/Trawin<p>Conflict at work is inevitable, but some personalities are more likely to clash than others.<p>According to a recent Wall Street Journal article, some financial firms are experiencing high …

The Effects of Practicing Psychotherapy on Therapists’ Lives

A new study, published in <i>Psychotherapy Research</i>, explores how having a career in psychotherapy affects therapists’ personal lives. The themes …

Psychology

How To Crush Private Practice With Cash-Paying Clients

Some therapists will tell you that cash-paying clients are rarer than sabre-toothed cats.<p>So when I was hanging out in my Facebook group Private …

Improve your therapy marketing by starting a mini EAP

Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) are a common fixture at many medium and midsize companies, however most small businesses don’t offer such a …

MagMaking 101: Make Your First Flipboard Magazine

On Flipboard it’s easy to make your own Flipboard magazine to collect articles, images, social posts, videos or SoundCloud files to share with others or to save so that you can refer to them at a later date. Flipboard Magazines are flexible and customizable and can be used to showcase your passions …

Social Media

Are Remote Workers Happier Than Office Employees? [Infographic]

Remote work is here to stay. Technology has made it so that communicating with workers around the globe is easier than ever before.<p>The ability to …

Employee mood measurement trends

The traditional survey processBoth at Philips Electronics and at KMPG, where I worked at the end of last century, I was involved in the design and …

It's Time We Talk Seriously About Stress In The Workplace And How To Fix It - And Fast

It's 2016 and the stress epidemic is at an all-time high. It almost feels like everyone is stressed out. Yet, right at our fingertips, consumers now …

Employee Engagement

Onboarding Essentials: What Really Matters to New Employees (Infographic)

2 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Contrary to conventional wisdom, new employees care more about mentoring and on-the-job training than perks like free food during the onboarding process, according to a recent survey of more than 1,000 U.S.-based employees …

Employee Engagement

How to Get Employees Excited to Do Their Work

What keeps you up at night as a manager? Are you worried about hitting your numbers? How to boost the results of lower performers? What about how to keep top performers motivated?<p>We often believe that the most effective way to respond to these concerns is to directly tell our employees what to do. …

Leadership

How to Make Your One-on-Ones with Employees More Productive

One-on-one meetings with direct reports often feel more hurried and disorganized than they need to be. It’s important to check in regularly with each of your employees, but how can you make the best use of the time? How can you make the meetings more productive and collaborative? What do you need …

Management

How to Create an Environment That Fosters Truth Telling

Truth may be the most significant catalyst for personal and organizational change.<p>Realism and truth telling are at the heart of authentic engagement. However, many organizations lack this realism. And the higher you go, the more rare it becomes. As truth telling declines, cost, bureaucracy, …

Leadership

Millennials vs The Old Guard: A Sales Story...

There once was a family-owned business challenged to <b>grow sales in an industry where profit margins continue to shrink</b>. They redesigned their processes and procedures to maximize efficiency and profitability. They wanted to add salespeople to increase top line revenues.<p>They struggled to attract top …