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Mailing supplies directly to patients turned out to be efficient and popular.
Patients got their supplies faster and easier once this team improved its workflow.
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.
June 13, 2018
The View From the High Road
A message from the LMP tri-chairs on our 20-year journey.
September 5, 2017
"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.
When mid-level leaders from both management and unions build skills in key partnership concepts, they are in a better position to support unit-based teams.
Meet Your National Agreement: Training for Everyone, Starting in the Middle
How mid-level managers, union leaders build key skills.
June 19, 2017
Hair on Fire? There's Hope
Tips and tools to tame workplace stress.
May 13, 2016
Solving problems together as a team, such as this one in Georgia, can help keep stress and burnout at bay.
From the Desk of Henrietta: Relieve Stress With ‘Yes, and’
Beat burnout through partnership.
"If you are going to be a good partner, you have to have your partner’s interests in mind as well as your own," says Michael Belmont.
Good Partnering Methods Aren’t Just for the Bargaining Table
How to solve tough problems and preserve work relationships.
January 2, 2015
Henrietta, the resident columnist for the LMP's quarterly magazine Hank, urges KP employees to to explore new ways of doing their work.
From the Desk of Henrietta: O Is for Ostrich
An argument for a curious, flexible mindset.
April 2, 2014