Episode 227 Dealing with Stress and Trauma as a Leader with Quint Studer
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Quint Studer joins Mike for another great interview on this episode. What's the difference between stress and trauma? Quint shares, "in my opinion, I think stress is usually more short-term." There's also trauma that just continues for so long. It just wears you out. And eventually, you just started what I would call, I can't survive this trauma. They talk about the psychological trauma that often can't be seen, but it's there. And certainly, we've experienced that over the last 12 months from a social distancing standpoint, and a leadership standpoint. Mike asked Quint, "what do leaders need to be aware of, when they can't see that trauma in their team, but it's there?" Quint shares resources to help you identify and manage stress and trauma for yourself and to help others. What you don't want to do is identify a need, and say, but we don't have anything to take care of you. Resource links: We've moved from stress to trauma. Here's what that means for you article by Quint Studer Dealing with Stress and Trauma Toolkit
Pensacola Blue Wahoos Owner, Quint Studer Joins the Show!
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Quint Studer, owner of the Marlins Double-A affiliate Pensacola Blue Wahoos joins the show to talk about his impressive career that led to his eventual ownership of one of the most well respected Minor League franchises in all of baseball. From special-ed teacher to the healthcare industry to baseball, Studer has done it all and gives some insight into how his life experiences have helped him run such a renown franchise. Studer also gives fans some insight into what they can expect from the Blue Wahoos from ballpark experience to a strong relationship with the big brother down in Miami.Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built BarBuilt Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON,” and you’ll get 20% off your next order.BetOnline AGThere is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Health Care by the Numbers: Quint Studer, Founder of the Studer Group
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Caravan Health Vice President of Customer Service, Greg Paris, hosts this episode of ‘Health Care by the Numbers’, and invites Quint Studer, Founder of the Studer Group, to the conversation. Twice named by Modern Healthcare as one of the 100 Most Powerful People in Health Care for his work on institutional health care improvement, Studer’s dynamic style and health care expertise had also led him to be the only health care leader named a Master of Business by Inc. Magazine. In the past decade we have seen alarming rates of physician burnout – twice that of the general public. Studer published, ‘Healing Physician Burnout: Diagnosing, Preventing, and Treating’, a book that tackles this very real phenomena that is disrupting health care delivery from the inside out. With the COVID-19 pandemic raging in rural and urban communities, our nation’s health care industry is experiencing an all-time high rate of turnover, including a serious shortage in nursing professionals. The National Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts a nursing shortage of more than one million professionals by 2024. Studer is a renowned expert on these topics and has recently released a booklet of resources to help health care professionals practice self-care and enable organizations to build trust and embody success. In addition, Studer’s most recent books, ‘The Busy Leader’s Handbook: How to Lead People and Places that Thrive’ and ‘Building a Vibrant Community: How Citizen-powered Change is Reshaping America’, speaks to his knowledge of how to not only embrace change on an organizational level but to also improve the dynamic and create a foundation for success. Studer can also be heard each week on his podcast, ‘The Busy Leader’s Handbook’ where he hosts leaders from a variety of industries who discuss our nation’s biggest challenges. Thank you for tuning into today’s episode as Greg Paris and Quint Studer break down the numbers that are disrupting health care. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen/
Swimming Upstream - "Community" with Special Guest Quint Studer
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Owner of the new A+ and AA entities of the Miami Marlins, Quint Studer joins us to talk about the state of both clubs, his career including his indominable philanthropic work in community revitalization and much more.
In this episode, Mike talks with his friend and mentor Quint Studer. They are discussing Quint's book 'Results That Last'. Quint talks about why he wrote this book and how he wanted healthcare to be seen by those who were non-healthcare. Quint shares the importance of creating systems that maximize what you are trying to accomplish. And if you don't get the results you are seeking, you step back and reevaluate the process to make it better. There are times when we do make adjustments based on the situation and that adjustment is something we do forever. Quint says, "you've got to get the top right to get the rest of the organization right." He shares that compliance is so important in order to get the consistency you are looking for. Mike has created a tool to help you achieve the consistency you are needing, The Daily Compass Quarterly Planner. This planner will help you stay on task and create good habits. You can go to Dailycqp.com and order yours today. Quint shares his thoughts on communication and accountability and how these help you to achieve your outcome. Quint also shares some great resources with us on how to assess stress and trauma. These things are of great concern after 2020 and making sure we can move forward the best way possible. Show links: Stress and Trauma Video with Quint Studer Resilience & Well-Being in Stressful Times
In this week’s episode, we talk with businessman and philanthropist, Quint Studer.Quint Studer is a lifelong businessman, entrepreneur, and student of leadership. He not onlyteaches it, he has done it—and still leads businesses today. In 2000 he founded the StuderGroup. The Studer Group focus is on improving education and healthcare. From a small start-up it grew to 250 employees and received the Malcolm Baldrige award in 2010. Studer Group was acquired by Huron Healthcare in 2015 and Quint left in March of 2016.During his time with Studer Group his travels led him to many communities. It was apparent to him some were much more vibrant than others. Quint went about learning why. With thisknowledge he started putting tools and techniques in to helping Pensacola, Florida whereStuder Group is located. In 2014, Quint founded a not for profit, Studer Community Institute. It focuses on Early Brain Growth, Leadership Skill Building, Civic Engagement andEntrepreneurship and it focused on improving the quality of life in his hometown.Studer is now sharing his learning with communities throughout the country. In addition, hepublished the book, Building a Vibrant Community. Quint has a great love for teaching hisinsights in books and has authored nine of them.His first title, BusinessWeek bestseller Hardwiring Excellence, is one of the most read leadership books ever written for healthcare. More than 1 million copies are in circulation. His latest book, The Busy Leader’s Handbook, was published by Wiley and reached number 5 on the Wall Street Journal’s best seller list this past October. This book is a desk reference and pocket guide for anyone in a leadership position. It's also a blueprint and training resource for creating effective leaders at every level.We also find out more about what our hosts have been up to during the past few weeks. Did you know that you can get free chips and guac from Chipotle on your birthday if you download the app? (Hint: Pensacola now has a few Chipotles in town!)Keep this conversation going with us @morethanayp on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.You can find your hosts:Justin Oswald: @JustinOswald_ (twitter & instagram)Ruthie Christie: @RuthieChristie (twitter)Meg Rich: @MeganinFL (instagram)
On this episode, we talk with Quint Studer, author of Building a Vibrant Community: How Citizen Powered Change is Reshaping America. We recently read Quint’s book at our CDI Book Club and wanted to invite him to the podcast to share his insights about community and economic development. We discuss his career, his experience revitalizing Pensacola's downtown, and how to prepare your community for change. You can learn more at QuintStuder.com.
Quint Studer is a community volunteer, a visionary, an entrepreneur, a mentor to many, and extremely dedicated to his community. For more than 30 years, he has given his life to designing the building blocks in organizations that will guide them to achieving and sustaining a culture of high performance. Quint Studer is the founder of Studer Group®, a recipient of the 2010 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. Studer Group is an outcomes firm that implements Evidence-Based Leadership systems and practices to help organizations achieve, sustain, and accelerate in service, quality, finance, people, and growth. For six consecutive years – the last three being in the top 10 – Studer Group has been named one of the Best Small and Medium Workplaces in the United States by Great Place to Work®. Quint retired from Studer Group in March of 2016 to become a full-time community volunteer to undertake the development, training, and education of the Pensacola Metro Community. Inc. magazine named Studer it's Master of Business, making him the only healthcare leader to have ever won this award. Twice Modern Healthcare has chosen him as one of the 100 Most Powerful People in Healthcare for his work on institutional healthcare improvement. Modern Healthcare, along with its sister publication Advertising Age, also honored him with the first Healthcare Marketing Visionary IMPACT award in 2014. Around the same time, Becker’s Hospital Review recognized him as one of the 40 smartest people in healthcare. Studer has authored ten books, most of them for the healthcare leadership market. His first book, BusinessWeek bestseller Hardwiring Excellence, is one of the most-read leadership books ever written for healthcare. More than 1 million copies are in circulation and is still one of the best-selling books in healthcare. His latest book, The Busy Leader’s Handbook: How To Lead People And Places That Thrive, is packed with proven best practices, tools, tips, and tactics for engaging employees, revitalizing cultures, delighting customers, and building high-performance companies and reach. It reached number five on the Wall Street Journal’s bestseller list. Here in Episode #88, Quint starts our show with a leadership mindset that if you see it solve it; Quint walks us through his tremendous career spanning the course of 30+ years as a teacher, healthcare administrator, an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and author; he shares why self-awareness is needed to fine-tune your leadership skills; Quint teaches us that the best leaders are very coachable; he calls out authenticity as a foundation of good leadership; he shares his biggest failure that almost caused him to walk away from healthcare; Quint highlights the power of learning labs for professional development; he shares a tool that will help you level up to becoming a “Straight A Leader”; he delivers a perfect mindset for creating Always experiences; Quint gives great real-life examples of leading with values; and tells us why leadership is an inside job. • Connect with Quint on LinkedIn • Learn More About EntreCon Link • Register for EntreCon • Link to Quint’s Latest Book • Join Quint’s Email Newsletter