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Gut+Science explores employee engagement insights you can act on, from CEOs you can trust. Get ready for high energy interviews led by employee engagement evangelist Nikki Lewallen—ones that’ll have you rethinking what it means to build successful people-first cultures.
 
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This episode of Gut+Science Healthcare is a throwback to a guest Bernie McGuinness, Chief Executive Officer at Majestic Care. The business specializes in community-based skilled nursing throughout Indiana, including short-term rehabilitation, long-term care, and memory care. With more than 20 years of experience in senior healthcare management, Ber…
 
Jennefer Pursifull is the VP of Marketing and Sales at Medxcel, where she believes in the importance of collaboration. At Medxcel, Marketing and HR join forces to increase overall engagement of both clients and employees. She knows when you have employees who are proud of the company, telling their stories is the best way to spread a company’s bran…
 
Brad Tieszen is the Vice President of Operations at Parkview Health where he runs several specialty clinics. As a part of his daily routine, he’s intentional about being visible by ’s intentional about being visible by taking time to complete patient rounds and participate in huddles with his team. He’s fervant about recognizing excellence whenever…
 
Monica Lloyd, a PreSales Manager at Ascentis, has always been an advocate for education and collaborative learning. In the midst of COVID-19, learning is a continued topic, and she is helping other organizations apply the concept virtually. In this episode, Monica explains how much more employees retain when they have a rounded learning experience.…
 
Dan Woloszyn has been in executive hospital leadership for 23 years, including nine years in his current role as the CEO of Rehab Hospital of Indiana (RHI). He has a unique management approach, combining servant leadership with understanding the neuropsychology of corporate hospital systems. Not only does he believe in looking at this neuropsycholo…
 
Nick Smarrelli, CEO of Gadellnet, is committed to living a full life while encouraging his employees to do the same. He lives out this mentality as the host of his podcast, Zero Excuses. Nick is a strong believer in growth, responsibility, and making an impact, all of which help him towards his ultimate goal of life without excuse. In this episode,…
 
Tria Deibert, VP of Culture at Hackensack Meridian Health, is a warrior for organizational culture. As a culture leader herself, she understands it takes a team, not a person, to build company culture. In today’s episode, you’ll hear Tria talk about the challenge of merging two organizations and the lessons she learned from that experience. Truth Y…
 
In celebration of Gut+Science reaching 100 episodes, producer Rachel Downey of Share Your Genius plays interviewer to our very special host, Nikki Lewallen. During this special episode you’ll hear Nikki’s takeaways from some of the leaders she’s had conversations with along with the inspiration behind the show. Cheers to the next 100 episodes!…
 
The countdown to 100 is on at Gut+Science! As we build up to our 100th episode, we’re revisiting our 9 most popular episodes to get a refresher on how these leaders have built people-forward companies. This episode is jam-packed with Truth You Can Act On so grab a notebook and listen in! Today we’re hearing Truth You Can Act On from our conversatio…
 
Greg Matthews is an award-winning health innovator out to radically disrupt and improve the healthcare industry’s archaic methods for assessing true sources and patterns of influence. As an advisor to dozens of the largest and most successful healthcare companies in the world, he knows how to understand and quantify physicians’ behavior, networks a…
 
The countdown to 100 is on at Gut+Science! As we build up to our 100th episode, we’re revisiting our 9 most popular episodes to get a refresher on how these leaders have built people-forward companies. Today we’re hearing Truth You Can Act On from our conversations with Liam Forde, Jonathan Reynolds, and Michael Crafton. Listen in for the full rund…
 
The countdown to 100 is on at Gut+Science! As we build up to our 100th episode, we’re revisiting our 9 most popular episodes to get a refresher on how these leaders have built people-forward companies. Today we’re hearing Truth You Can Act On from our conversations with David Butler, Tim Beatty, and Tom Zupancic. Listen in for the full rundown (and…
 
Dr. Dan Weberg is a disruptor innovator who gets fired up about breaking the cycle of toxic leadership in the healthcare industry. As a nurse leader, an expert in human-centered patient design, and the author of the first book of its kind, "Evidence-based Innovation Leadership for Health Professionals, " today's topic is one he knows well. Truth Yo…
 
Todd Richardson is the CEO of EDGE Mentoring, a non-profit organization connecting generations in meaningful mentoring relationships. In this episode, Todd and Nikki discuss the importance of developing the whole person–the professional, personal, and spiritual self–and the tremendous impact it has on engagement. Truth You Can Act On 1. Spend half …
 
Terry Hamilton, Executive Vice President and System Chief Operating Officer at Lakeland Regional Health, is a long time leader in healthcare. What stands out about Terry is how passionate he is about the people side of the business. For him, sharing gratitude and recognizing employees for the important work they do well is what being a leader in he…
 
Gut + Science LIVE The Leader’s Guide to Less Team Stress As a healthcare leader, are you worried about your team members experiencing more stress and burnout than ever before? Could you benefit from learning a simple and proven structure to help employees manage their stress? If you answered “Yes” to either of these questions, please join this spe…
 
Mike Reynolds is the CEO of Innovatemap, a digital product agency helping companies dream, design, and deliver digital products and services. In this episode, Mike joins Nikki to share insights on how he's built a culture that innovates constantly and moves fast to get things done. Listen in to hear the unique way team structure affects speed and r…
 
Brian Provost and Troy Thibodeau are part of the executive team at Ascentis, a SaaS-based Human Capital Management software. In this episode, Brian & Troy join Nikki to discuss the cultural norms that have led to the highly engaged culture at Ascentis. Listen in as they share the highlights of their business journey. Truth You Can Act On 1. Be inte…
 
Shane Carter is the Chief Nursing Officer at Advocate Aurora Health, the 10th largest not-for-profit integrated health system in the United States. Listen in as he and Nikki reveal the ways building relationships will impact your culture. Truth You Can Act On 1. Know your individual employees beyond their job title and responsibilities: What are th…
 
Truth You Can Act On: In order to make the best decisions on the HOW and WHAT you will do to move the needle on employee engagement, create a vivid vision of WHO you want to be. [00:15:32] Take the time and invest the resources to work on who you want to be. What's your mission, what's your purpose? What's your vision? And not only develop the stra…
 
Truth You Can Act On: Align yourself with a group of trusted advisors who are experts in all business areas to support the ESOP consideration and implementation process. [00:19:50] I think having good advisors who can help support your process and think through what you're wanting to achieve, I think can help unearth whether an ESOP it should be on…
 
Truth You Can Act On: Know what bullying is: There has to be a target. [00:02:22] for a behavior to be considered bullying, There has to be three things. First of all, there has to be a target. It could be one person, or it could be a small group of people. [00:02:34] The behavior has to be harmful. [00:02:46] The second criteria is they, behavior …
 
Steve Berry is the Sales Manager at RDS Office Furniture. On today’s show, Steve hones in on the requirements and recommendations to set your office work environment up for today's safety requirements success. For more information or resources, email Steve at steve@rdsoffice.com. Truth You Can Act On: Here’s a checklist of things to consider in sha…
 
Truth You Can Act On: What are your internal self-limitations? We all have them, but awareness is the first step to overcoming. [00:08:59] we have to become self-aware or cautious of them if we're going to be able to move away from them and start listening to the other voices that we have, which are far more empowering. [00:09:13] What are your sup…
 
Truth You Can Act On: Reminder: Focus on what you have, not what’s missing. [00:01:39] When you have a leader that's grounded in gratitude, they're focusing on what they have instead of what is missing. They make each employee feel seen and heard and appreciated, which leads to increased morale and decreased turnover. [00:01:53] [00:13:59] When the…
 
Truth You Can Act On: The entire work environment has permanently changed. Your business has to change in order to survive and thrive. This is a must to understand and embrace as a leader. [00:08:45]from an opportunity perspective, if a business is able to adapt and work from home, I think there's a tremendous amount of opportunity maybe to even cr…
 
Truth You Can Act On: Have clarity. Get clear on the why, the how, and the what, the values and the traits to create the core of your culture. [00:03:38] Jason: There has to be clarity within the organization as to what the actual culture values and traits are.[00:03:45] [00:04:32] Jason: Unfortunately, we often think culture and we treat it like i…
 
Truth You Can Act On: Employee engagement has to be part of the organization’s strategy. It’s not a tactical thing–Stop the flavor-of-the-month surveys and choose a survey that equips you with data and insights. Take Action. Weave engagement into every single thing you do as an organization. Manager engagement skills are huge. Communication and emp…
 
Truth You Can Act On: Own your fears and deficits – we all have them. Know what they are and embrace them, and go at your own pace to work through them. Ask your people for feedback. Don’t just check the box, but have authentic conversations illustrating you want the feedback and you’ve heard it. Words and actions create trust. Watch what you say a…
 
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