Shirley Featured on Dana Manciagli

Shirley was recently featured on Dana Manciagli’s site.  Dana is a global career expert: speaker, private coach and nationally-syndicated business journal columnist, and Author of Cut the Crap™! Get a Job 9 principles that will put more women in the corner office JULY 27, 2015   DANA MANCIAGLI According to the

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Playing to Win in Business is a Grand Slam…

A colleague of mine, Kathleen Ziegler, just wrote a very nice blog on her LinkedIn page about “Playing to Win in Business.”  I present it to you below, and invite you to connect with Kathleen:   Playing to Win in Business is a Grand Slam to Enhance the Savviness of

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Interview with Shirley on Local Job Network

Listen to this interview at the Local Job Network Page >> From nurse’s aide to Mayo Clinic’s first female Chief Administrative Officer in 150 years, Shirly Weis started her career as a nurses’ aid, and finished her career as Mayo Clinic’s first female Chief Administrative Officer in 150 years. Along

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How Respecting Your Employees Helps Your Bottom Line

“Employees are our most important investment” is an assertion that most every organization makes in its employee handbook. If this is really the case, then why are 71% of employees not fully engaged with their organization, according to Dale Carnegie Employee Engagement Statistics? Why are 26% actively disengaged? So begins

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Interview: Contact Talk Radio

I greatly enjoyed talking with Lauran Star, and writing a guest post on her site! Here’s part of my guest authorship: If you’re going to win, you have to play by the rules For women just entering the workforce, aspiring to move into management, or stuck somewhere along the way,

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Interview: Business Innovators Magazine

As a professional speaker specializing in healthcare and leadership development, Shirley Weis helps countless people understand the importance of collaborative leadership and accountable care organizations. During this insightful interview, Shirley explains how she went from being a Registered Nurse to running one of the largest medical organizations in the world

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How to Make Competitive Offers

It’s crucial for businesses to understand the hiring and compensation trends in its specific industry in order to hire efficiently and effectively. To keep top talent – and attract top talent and rising stars – employers must make competitive job offers. But they also must stay within salary guidelines, without

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