Making emotional connections with one’s team — connecting with the head and leading with the heart — is a key element in nurturing future leaders, according to George Coleman, VP health care at CVS, at Drug Store News’ Future Leaders Summit.
That health care is undergoing a period of transformation is by now a well-known fact among industry professionals, and now is a uniquely fruitful time for organizations looking to innovate in the healthcare space.
For a sales and marketing team operating in the retail space to be truly successful today, team members need to have a high EQ — the emotional equivalent to IQ. People who demonstrate high emotional intelligence have a 58% higher success rate in every job there is.
The people within a large company can be one of a leader’s biggest assets when it comes to solving problems and growing the business — if only you listen to your associates and stick to a core set of principles that guide all your interactions.
U.S. Reps. Doug Collins and Buddy Carter sent a letter to the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services on Wednesday asking for a review of Humana’s proposed amendments to its Pharmacy Provider Agreement for the 2017 Part D plan year.