Talent Plus Client Partner Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital Featured in Health Care Executive Exchange Magazine
Gerard van Grinsven, President and CEO of Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital, speaks to how Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital is, "really investing in the well being of the community." They pride themselves in being a Talent-Based Organization® that celebrates and selects their people based on innate talents. According to van Grinsven, they...
Talent Plus client partner UCLA Health System featured in Health Care Executive Exchange magazine
Talent Plus client partner UCLA Health System featured in Health Care Executive Exchange magazine Full Article
Dr. David Feinberg, CEO of UCLA Hospital System and Associate Vice Chancellor of UCLA Health Sciences, speaks about the importance of being patient centered. "Most importantly, what makes us get up every day and every night to go to...
What hospitals can learn from the Ritz | As published by Fortune.com
FEATURED ARTICLE | 03.07.11
Henry Ford Health System's newest hospital, a $360-million facility with all private rooms, concierge service, and indoor farmer's market is a radical, risky move for health care. But it just might be a logical one too.
Read the full article, by William C. Taylor, to learn why it's logical to go radical and how Henry...
Talent Plus Associate Contributes to Selection Article | As Published by Ag Professional
ARTICLE | 01.05.11
Talent Plus Chair of Global Corporate Branding, Cydney Koukol, is quoted in Ag Professional's article entitled, "Experience Alone Doesn't Define Ideal Employees." The article discusses how companies can use tools to identify the brightest and best employees.
Koukol describes how Talent Plus summarizes, "a person's innate...
Improving Patient Satisfaction Q&A with UCLA | As Published by Becker's Hospital Review
FEATURED ARTICLE | 12.01.10
David T. Feinberg, MD, associate vice chancellor and CEO of the UCLA Hospital System, discusses the importance of a patient-centered approach to quality care and how hospitals can improve patient satisfaction by eliminating waste. He discusses the work UCLA has done with Talent Plus and some of the amazing outcomes...
Client featured in, Amazon: The Lost World | As Published in National Geographic Traveler
ARTICLE | 08.24.10
Talent Plus client partner, Aqua Expeditions, was featured in an article by Keith Bellows in the September 2010 issue of National Geographic Traveler.
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Two Associates Featured in Star City Moms | As Published by the Lincoln Journal Star
ARTICLE | 08.23.10
Two Talent Plus associates were featured in the 2010-2011 edition of Star City Moms. Scott and Erica McClurg were pictured with their 9-month-old twin girls, Jovie and Reagan, in the two-page article entitled, "Bringing Up Baby, Care during first year of life sets stage for healthy parent-child relationship."
Talent Plus Senior Analyst, Thomas Wai, Featured in "Alumni in Spotlight!"
ARTICLE | 07.29.10
In highlighting the success of their 2,800 MBAs in the past years, Nanyang Business School of Singapore has featured Talent Plus Senior Analyst Thomas Wai as one of the three MBAs in their "Alumni in Spotlight!" In this interview, Wai shared about the key challenge for organizations to succeed in Asia and how he helps...
St. Anthony High School - The Street Stops Here
FEATURED ARTICLE | 03.31.10
Talent Plus associates gathered Tuesday evening, March 31, at Talent Plus Corporate Headquarters to watch the PBS documentary, The Street Stops Here on Nebraska Educational Television. Talent Plus' Young Leaders Academy sponsors Priceless People Leadership Program in conjunction with Nebraska Human Resources...
Are You Ready for a Treat and a Treatment? | As Published at QualityDigest.com
ARTICLE | 11.18.09
by Bill Kalmar
Several years ago, I penned a column entitled, "Nurse, I'm Ready for My Cappuccino!" The article was an interview with Gerard van Grinsven, the new CEO and president of the Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital, which was to be located in a Detroit suburb. At the time of my interview, Van Grinsven had just left...