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A growth mindset can help employees develop their careers, says Michael Brown, vice president of Human Resources in the Georgia Region.
Explore Workforce Development Week resources to jump-start your career. View recorded sessions.
Every team needs to master the basics so it can improve service and quality.
Get grounded in the why and how of Partnership.
September 10, 2020
Answering the call: As Mid-Atlantic States psychotherapist Lindsey McDaniel, a UFCW Local 400 member, and colleagues shift to virtual visits, unit-based teams have helped give employees a voice to improve the delivery of care.
Transforming Care With Partnership Tools
Behavioral Health teams pivot to virtual house calls.
Welcome to the New e-Hank
An immersive, multimedia online version of Hank magazine.
September 9, 2020
Flexing muscles, being flexible: This team at the Fontana Medical Center in Southern California is an example of how partnership is a strength.
Strength in Partnership
How labor and management confront a pandemic together.
Sharon Davis, RN, and Chris Osborn, PA-C, both members of UNAC/UHCP, prepare to screen patients and employees for signs of cold- and flu-like symptoms at South Bay Medical Center.
Partnership Sets Tone for Fighting COVID-19
How years of practice working in partnership pays off in a crisis.
April 7, 2020
Our Focus Areas help teams focus on what really matters.
Keep Your Eye on the Prize
Focus Areas are where it's at.
June 13, 2018
The team-tested practices section can help your team learn from others' successes and failures.
Take the Easy Way Out
Get ideas from other teams instead of starting from scratch.
I'm a believer: Emile Pinera, MD, was skeptical about UBTs at first. After seeing how partnership led to results for his patients, he's sold.
Partnership: Just What the Doctor Ordered
How one Georgia doctor became an LMP advocate.
September 5, 2017
Let's talk: UBT co-leads Antronette Moore-Mohead and Joanna Harris model great relationship skills.
'No Big Me, little you'
Mutual respect sustains these co-leads over the long term.
Now hear this: Leaders and members of this UBT benefit from each other’s complementary workplace experiences. Pictured (left to right) are Lynn Reese, Au.D., a UFCW Local 400 member; Roger Wallace, clinician; and Caroline Masikonde, clinical operations manager.
Listening Is Key for Audiology Co-Leads
How to value each other’s different skills and background.
Laughing out loud: Co-leads Terri Imbach, James R. O’Brien, MD, and Christina English, LPN, use fun to shake things up for their Mt. Scott Medical Office unit-based team.
A Dose of Fun
Co-leads use laughter to help their team — and themselves.
"I look at (partnership) as a marriage," says Denice L. Washington, an OPEIU Local 29 business representative who is the labor co-lead to the Northern California LMP Steering Committee. "You have to work at a marriage every day. Don’t take it for granted....There are hard conversations that have to happen, and you’ve got to have the ability to trust your partner and be open and receptive to ideas."Visit the Humans of Partnership page for more 20th anniversary reflections.
Past, Present and Future
Voices from the front lines, on LMP's 20th anniversary.