January 30, 2024

Transforming Healthcare Labor Strategies

1.8 min read| Published On: January 30th, 2024|

By AkersArt

Transforming Healthcare Labor Strategies

1.8 min read| Published On: January 30th, 2024|

We had the opportunity to sit down and speak with Anita Vincent, CEO of Vincent Management Group and learn more about the company and how the climate of the labor market in the healthcare industry has evolved.

Anita is an author, business consultant, and national speaker who owns and operates Vincent Management Group, LLC. She holds a Doctorate in Ministry (DMin) and recently became a candidate for a doctorate (PhD) in Psychology with a specialization in industrial organizational psychology. She holds a master’s in business administration and a master’s in psychology. She is also a licensed nurse and licensed counselor.

How would you describe your business to a potential customer?

We assist businesses in growing by recognizing the value of their employees, providing training and development opportunities, and creating programs that promote a workplace culture that identifies opportunities.

How does your previous work experience relate to this position? 

I began my career as a nurse, with a background in counseling. I struggled to find a way to combine my two passions. Although I was often credited as a good leader, I believe my success was due to my ability to hire the right individuals who could work alongside me and form a strong leadership team.

How do you define success?

I believe the company is successful if we can fulfill the needs of our clients while making  a positive impact on the careers and lives of our staff.

At what point did you consider your business a success?

Success is not just about making profits, but also about establishing a business that has a long-term sustainability. It is essential to maintain a healthy balance between client satisfaction and employee satisfaction, which ultimately leads to a sustainable and successful business.

What changes to your business journey would you make if you could go back in time?

I don’t like to dwell on the “what ifs.” Instead, I view the journey as an opportunity to learn and grow. It’s a chance to reflect on what we’ve learned and compare it to our current strategies that have led to success.

On your website, you mention transparency and ethics above  all else. How does your business  practice this? 

Making transparency an integral part of a company’s policy is crucial. It’s important to be honest and admit when you don’t know an answer. A streamlined and ethical recruitment system can also help attract high-quality candidates who become satisfied employees.

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