Episode 265 The Calling with Quint Studer

On this episode of The Lead Up Podcast, Mike has Quint Studer back for another appearance to discuss more about leadership and compassion in organizations.

Quint begins by talking about how he has changed from using engagement to using Love and explains how love is holding people accountable. Quint shares how he approaches holding people accountable, always asking for permission and ensuring they know it’s his perception or opinion.

 Quint also tells us how he feels it is important to be a life-long learner as the world is always changing, and how his curiosity has helped with this.

When Mike asks why the health care industry is so special, Quint shares his beliefs that the people in the industry are so driven by values, which is hard to come by in a society that has become transactional. Quint thinks we need to create a society that makes people feel good.

Leading on from this, Quint tells us about a survey he does where he asks How consistent the leadership is and how effective is the organization at identifying and implementing best practices, the latter usually scoring poorly. He explains to us that fixing the second question takes care of the first one and also explains how analytics like this can be very useful to organizations.

Coming towards the end of this episode, Quint speaks about breaking the stigma of asking for help, stating that we need to recognize and reward people who seek help, but also hold those who don’t accountable.

 Quint has a conference coming up on the 22nd and 23rd of February which you can attend virtually or in-person in Pensacola, Florida for just $250 per person which is designed to replenish yourself, your team, and your organization. This conference is for anyone who touches healthcare but can be just as beneficial for those who don’t. Quint doesn’t want money to be an issue so he offers a 100% money-back guarantee if you don’t think the conference is valuable. You can find out all the information right here: www.RYTOConference.com

You can also head to gratitudegroup.com for a wellness and replenishment toolkit you can use for your organization.

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