5“Nobody ever takes note of (my advice), because it’s not the answer they want to hear. What they want to hear is ‘Here’s how you get an agent, here’s how you write a script,’…but I always say, ‘Be so good they can’t ignore you.’” Steve Martin during a 2007 interview with Charlie Rose
6Rule #1 – Don’t Follow Your Passion The Passion HypothesisThe key to occupational happiness is to first figure out what you’re passionate about and then find a job that matches this.Passion is Rare – In which it is argued that the more you recognize its rarity.Passion is Dangerous – In which is argued that subscribing to the passion hypothesis can make you less happy.
7Rule #2 – Be So Good They Can’t Ignore You The Clarity of the CraftsmanCraftsman mindset - What you can offer the world.The Power of Career CapitalCareer Capital – Rare and valuable skills to offer.
8Becoming a Craftsman The 10,000-Hour Rule The idea that excellence at performing a complex task requires a critical minimum level of practice surfaces again and again in studies of expertise. In fact, researchers have settled on what they believe is the magic number for true expertise: ten thousand hours.Outliers, by Malcolm Gladwell
14Rule #3 – Importance of Control Control – Having a say in what you do or how you do it.Control Trap #1 – Control that is acquired without career capital is not sustainable.Control Trap #2 – When you acquire enough career capital to acquire meaningful control over your work life, you’ve become valuable enough for your employer that they will try to prevent you from making the change.
15Rule #3 – Importance of Control The Law of Financial Viability When deciding whether to follow an appealing pursuit that will introduce more control into your work life, seek evidence of whether people are willing to pay for it. If you find this evidence, continue. If not, move on.
17Rule #4 – Importance of Mission (Think Small, Act Big) The Meaningful Life – A unifying mission to your work life can be source of great satisfaction.Missions Require Capital – A mission chosen before you have relevant career capital is not likely to be sustainable.
18Rule #4 – Importance of Mission (Think Small, Act Big) Missions require Little Bets – Great missions are transformed into great successes as a result of using small and achievable projects – little bets – to explore the possibilities.Missions Require Marketing – Great missions are transformed into great successes as a result of finding projects that satisfy the law of remarkability.
19Rule #4 – Importance of Mission (Think Small, Act Big) Law of Remarkable The law says that for a mission-driven project to succeed, it should be “remarkable” in two different ways. First, it must compel people who encounter it to remark about it to others. Second, it must be launched in a venue that supports such remarking.
25Assessment and Action Plan Place either a frequency or importance rating in the competency column.Place a Distinguishing Value in the Career Capital Column.Place a level of training needed in the Future HFMSNJ Subject Column.Add any additional tasks and ratings in the additional comment box.
26Essential Tasks / Competencies Frequency:0 = Not Performed1 = Every few months to annually2 = Every few weeks to monthly3 = Every few days to weekly4 = Every few hours to daily5 = Hourly to many times each hourImportance:1 = Not Important2 = Somewhat Important3 = Important4 = Very Important5 = Extremely Important
27Essential Tasks / Competencies Distinguishing Value:1 = Not Valuable2 = Somewhat Valuable3 = Valuable4 = Very Valuable5 = Extremely Valuable
28Essential Tasks / Competencies Need for Training: 1 = Training Is Not Needed 2 = Some Training Is Needed 3 = Considerable Training Is Needed 4 = Do Not Know / Not Part of the Job
44Performance Improvement Measures EnergyAccess energy education and achieve certification through Energy University.Efficient Surgical Task LightingEstablish a baseline for current energy consumption.Develop an organizational environmental principles statement.Check and repair thermal envelope.Evaluate and install low-e window film.Evaluate setback of temperature and airflow settings at night.Evaluate and implement operating room airflow setback.Retrocommission HVAC controls.Reevaluate HVAC equipment scheduling.Practice preventive maintenance of major HVAC equipment.Evaluate steam traps for repair or replacement.Insulate hot water system equipment and piping.Replace air-handling unit (AHU) filters regularly.Perform economizer maintenance.Install variable frequency drives on pumps and motors.Set thermostats to balance efficiency and comfort.Replace magnetic ballast, T12, and incandescent lighting fixtures with more efficient fixtures.Energy Star Office EquipmentEnergy-Efficient Lighting
45Performance Improvement Measures WaterEstablish a baseline for current water consumption.Develop an organizational environmental principles statement.Evaluate steam traps for repair or replacement.Insulate hot water system equipment and piping.Maximize cooling tower efficiency by improving water quality.Eliminate fixture leaks.Install low-flow flush fixtures.Install low-flow faucets.Evaluate and optimize faucet water flows.Eliminate equipment and piping leaks.Minimize water used for washing laundry.Optimize ice machine water use.Evaluate equipment water use.Minimize water use for irrigation and grounds maintenance.
46Performance Improvement Measures WasteEstablish a baseline for waste generation and track performance.Develop an organizational environmental principles statement.Maintain organization-wide mercury-free policies.Fluorescent Lighting Management and RecyclingEstablish a waste minimization committee.Conduct a waste assessment.Improve waste-handling, container utilization and management process.Maximize waste equipment utilization and hauling efficiencies.Recycle electronic waste.Implement a facility-wide battery recycling program.Develop and/or enhance the facility’s recycling program.Maximize construction and demolition recycling pertinent to daily operationsReduce regulated medical waste (RMW) generation.Switch to reusable sharps containers.Develop a comprehensive pharmaceutical waste management program.Audit all hazardous waste-related activities for compliance and beyondPaper Reduction and Sustainable PrintingReprocess approved single-use devices.Coordinate Integrated Waste ContractsCase Study: A Switch to Re-Usable Grounding PadsCase Study: Spectrum Health's Re-usable Sharps Container Program
47Performance Improvement Measures Supply ChainAdopt a Cost, Quality, and Outcomes (CQO) Approach to Procurement.Efficient Surgical Task LightingEnvironmental Considerations for Fleet ManagementUse Biodegradable Food Service WareTrain your supply chain staff in environmentally preferable purchasing (EPP 101).Train your supply chain staff in environmentally preferable purchasing (EPP 201): Implementation strategies.Develop an organizational environmental principles statement.Establish a green purchasing committee.Adopt a facility-wide environmentally preferable purchasing (EPP) policy.Use standardized environmental questions in purchasing medical products.Maintain organization-wide mercury-free policies.Replace magnetic ballast, T12, and incandescent lighting fixtures with more efficient fixtures.Fluorescent Lighting Management and RecyclingInstall low-flow flush fixtures.Recycle electronic waste.Reduce regulated medical waste (RMW) generation.Switch to reusable sharps containers.Paper Reduction and Sustainable PrintingPurchase Environmentally Preferable CarpetUse Microfiber Cloths and MopsPaper Products in Environmental ServicesComputers and MonitorsEnergy Star Office EquipmentEnergy-Efficient LightingOffice SuppliesReprocess approved single-use devices.Implement Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Practices in Your FacilityCoordinate Integrated Waste ContractsCommercial Kitchen EquipmentChoose ReusableTextilesCase Study: A Switch to Re-Usable Grounding PadsCase Study: Spectrum Health's Re-usable Sharps Container Program