Watch Those Negative Behaviors

This is a reprint of an article I originally wrote for the Exclusive Series on Multibriefs.com. It first appeared on May 1, 2014. It is talking about the ten negative behaviors that you can easily use to spot employees that either need to get better or need to go. ORIGINAL POST Expectations versus Reality As […]

How to be a good pharmacist

This is a reprint of an article I originally wrote for the exclusive Series on Multibriefs.com. It originally appeared on June 2 , 2014. It is my simple take on the three things you need to be able to do to be a good pharmacist. ORIGINAL POST Clinical Guidelines or Not That is the Question […]

Three Ways to Kill Your Pharmacy Business

This is a reissue of an article I originally wrote for the Exclusive Series on Multibriefs.com. It appeared on April 7, 2014.  It is a simple description of the reasons why many pharmacies fail to thrive. ORIGINAL POST The More things change the more they remain the same When I started in pharmacy in 1975, […]

What Keeps Them Working For You?

Pay is All That Matters…Or Is It? Having been in management since 1978, I have attended hundreds of meetings dealing with employee retention issues. The debate has raged for years about what the biggest drivers of satisfied employees are. Most people default to pay as being important, which it obviously is, but it does not […]

The Secrets of Successful Leadership

This is an article I wrote for the Exclusive Series on Multibriefs.com. It originally appeared on June 25, 2014. This article explains the three modes of leadership that a successful leader has to master in order to become a great success. These principles are explained in great detail in , The Bosshole Effect. ORIGINAL POST […]

My Pharmacist Cares Why Isn’t He a Provider of Care?

The Reason I Get Apoplectic over Bureaucracy What would you think if the federal government told you that professional baseball players were not athletes even though they make their living performing athletic feats? What if the federal government told you that plumbers were not plumbers even though they make their living fixing your plumbing? What […]

The Challenge for Hospital Based Pharmacy Practice

The History of Hospital Pharmacy Somewhere between 1980 and now, the practice of hospital pharmacy drastically changed from being a profit center in hospitals to becoming a cost center. This has made it very difficult for Pharmacy Directors to bargain for the resources they need. The negative consequences of DRG The simple act of bundling payment […]

Is Clinical Pharmacy the Answer?

This is an interesting article from my Exclusive Series on Multibriefs.com which appeared originally on July 11, 2014. It is a discussion of the struggle our profession has endured in describing ourselves. The terminology has changed over the years but at the end of the day our mission hasn’t changed . Original Post From Multibriefs: Exclusive […]

The Big Three Ideas

Difficult decisions should be broken down into their simplest form. I firmly believe that most people make life way too hard.  Over the years I have learned that simpler is better, faster, easier and much less stressful. Research has shown that trying to cover too much material in a lecture leads to less understanding. Too […]

This was a fun conversation with Doctor Rose on his syndicated radio Program. I can’t believe the hour went by so fast. We basically discussed my Book, The Bosshole Effect” .

 

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Date: October 1, 2013
Appearance: Radio Interview- Rewiring Your Brain
Outlet: Rewiring Your Brain
Location: Los Angeles, California
Format: Radio