While we’ve spent our careers thinking work takes place in an environment similar to a football field, work is actually happening in something more like the Rocky Mountain wilderness, where there isn’t a scoreboard, or an opponent, or even a rulebook for that matter.
That means how we’ve learned to organize, manage, and do the work is perfectly matched for a world that no longer exists.
So I’ve (hi, I’m Drew and I work in healthcare too) created a newsletter to help healthcare leadership develop the know-how needed for the world of work that does exist.
TRAINING DEPT. focuses on the skills, attitudes, and points-of-view to propel your professional success in The Transforming—the always-happening, always-unfolding state of change in your job, and the continuing result of mountains of market forces wayyyyy beyond our control.
And when you sign-up, I'll deliver a get-started a guide to the Work Workout—a make-progress framework for working through the exciting, frustrating, and overwhelming brought on by The Transforming.
Through The Work is a talent development studio for healthcare leadership embracing The Transforming—the always-happening, always-unfolding state of change in your job ... and using it to make more of the change you know should be happening, happen.
The Transforming is the most important professional opportunity of our careers—one that will lead to new job opportunities, real change, and a transformed industry for all of us and everyone else.
My name is Drew Weilage and I work in healthcare, too. At Through The Work I assist people like you to the skills, attitudes, and points-of-view to propel your professional success. It's personal training for a transforming world of work.
Ideas and inspiration on The Now of Work to fuel your thinking, learning, and creating. Get inspired.
Navigating The Transforming—the always-happening, always-unfolding state of change in your job—is the path to personal satisfaction, professional success, and real progress. Here's how to do it.
Being organized is the foundation of a creative practice and creativity. Here are a series of guides to help you get organized at work. Get organized.
Talented people have worked on similar problems to the problems we're now solving. Thankfully for us they've shared what they've learned. So let's learn from them.
Your current role can be viewed as a platform to get better at the work you do and how you do the work. Your professional development is a you activity. Make it work for you.
Why we work the way we work is important to understand ... so we can create something better. Here's what's happening.