Coping with Change A Practical Approach to a Common Organizational Challenge A Presentation for the 2009 Lake Local Schools Convocation. Kendall L. Stewart, MD, MBA, DFAPA August 24, 2009. 1 Thank you for your kind invitation and your commitment to educational excellence.
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Kendall L. Stewart, MD, MBA, DFAPA
August 24, 2009
1Thank you for your kind invitation and your commitment to educational excellence.
2I hope to offer practical advice you can put to work in your personal and professional lives today.
3Please let me know whether I succeeded on your evaluation forms.
1We often refuse to change even when it’s clear what we are doing is not working.
2I once counseled a husband about what to get his wife for their anniversary.
3A farmer in Georgia was not pleased with his wife.
1Do you know the difference in the Golden and Platinum Rules?
2I learned a hard change lesson about administrative rounding.
1When SOMC administrators announced a change I didn’t like, I became upset.
2Then I calmed myself and figured out a better way to cope.
1I made a vigorous case against labeling average employees.
1Let’s use losing weight and keeping it off as an example.
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Kendall L. Stewart, M.D.
VPMA and Chief Medical Officer
Southern Ohio Medical Center
President & CEO
The SOMC Medical Care Foundation, Inc.
1805 27th Street
Portsmouth, Ohio 45662
1Speaking and consultation fees benefit the SOMC Endowment Fund.