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By Tara Dailey, Regional Director of Operations, Pima Medical Institute
While campus morale is always important, the added strain of the COVID-19 pandemic and the workplace pivots that came along with that added an additional layer of stress for many. Pima Medical Institute utilizes FranklinCovey techniques to build morale and improve campus culture among faculty and staff of the Colorado Springs campus.

How Career Colleges Can Thrive in Uncertain Times

Tips and Tricks for Working from Home Successfully

By Rebecca Carpenter, PT, NMD, Director, Physical Therapist Assistant Program, Pima Medical Institute Mesa, Arizona Campus
Working from home can take a toll. However, it does not have to, thanks to some tips and tricks from Rebecca Carpenter PT, NMD, Director, Physical Therapist Assistant Program at Pima Medical Institute’s Mesa, Arizona campus.

Morale Building at Pima Medical’s Colorado Springs Campus

Motivating Your Remote Workforce While Maintaining Compliance

By Elizabeth Keifer Herron, VP Solutions and Sales, Collegiate Admission and Retention Solutions (CARS)
The COVID-19 pandemic forced institutions to shift to remote work overnight. Even with a return to on-site work for some, institutions must adapt motivational techniques to support the blended workforce and expand compliance beyond higher education.

Morale Building at Pima Medical’s Colorado Springs Campus

Vista College People Strategy

By Jim Tolbert, Chief Executive Officer and Stacy Dorsey, Executive Vice President, Human Resources, Vista College
According to a study by top HR consulting firm, Watson Wyatt, “HR is more important than ever, people are the only sustainable source of competitive advantage.” This article focuses on how Vista College’s People Strategy supports our overall operational strategy to ensure our sustainability during these challenging times.

Morale Building at Pima Medical’s Colorado Springs Campus