Tag: culture

It’s always easy when you’re skiing downhill

Now before regular readers of this blog wonder: a. why my first activity after 3 months in a boot and crutches is to go skiing or b. whether any form of skiing is ever easy when you are as klutzy as I am; Rest assured, this is purely metaphorical skiing I’m referring to here. This […]

It might be #farewellAPHS, but it’s not the end of the party!

As the clock ticks down to Tuesday’s big announcement of APHS’ new identity, it’s time to talk about what’s not going to change. The thing that has always made APHS special is our people and their amazing can-do attitude to both work and life. When you work in healthcare, it’s relatively easy to find a sense of purpose […]

Key learnings from DWEN 2014

After my last post on this years DWEN conference in Austin, I wanted to dig a little deeper and share some of the insights that really resonated with me. I hadn’t previously met Jane Wurwand, founder of well known skin care brand Dermalogica and I loved hearing her stories.  Not of only how her business […]