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Senior Director, Account Management

Healthways Chandler, AZ

. Contract Expansion/Up-sell: Aggressively identify and pursue opportunities for contract expansion. Use consultative selling practices to uncover… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Marketing Director

Healthways Chandler, AZ

Message Development Leverage consumer insight and other data to guide message development Utilize testing methodologies to assess impact Oversee… Ivy Exec


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    The Perfect Place to Coast By Using Smoke and Mirrors

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    Former Employee - Senior Leader in Chandler, AZ
    Former Employee - Senior Leader in Chandler, AZ

    I worked at Healthways full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    - The Chandler office (Senior Solutions Division) has very "nice" people. (Make sure you read the con side to this.)
    - Lots of concentration on employee well-being and employee satisfaction.
    - Facilities are nice, but not as nice as headquarters in Franklin.
    - I adored the current Market President, but her decisions are only as good as the information given to her, which is sometimes very, very wrong.

    Cons

    - Strange Culture. On the surface everyone is nice and friendly....kind of "Stepford Wives-like", but there is substantial politics and backstabbing - just with a smile.
    - Leaders promote employee comfort and happiness over actual progress and results. That's not the message to the shareholders but it's the culture of the organization. If you are a leader who demands accountability and results (aka: earn your paycheck), even in a professional way, you're seen as a culture problem. If you are a change agent or require accountability and constant progress from your team, you'll be disposed of in quick fashion and seen as "mean" - even if you have made millions of dollars for the organization.
    - Anyone who has been there more than 4 years has been trained to think that their happiness is much more important than doing their job. They are mentally fat and happy. If that comfort-zone is threatened or they're called out for not performing, they lash out and retaliate.
    - The same rules don't apply to everyone - from Sr. Leadership on down. If you kiss the right butt, you'll be fine - the "rules" won't apply to you as much as the guy with his head down doing his job.
    - There are Sr. Leaders, mid-level management and colleagues there that others constantly ask "what value do they actually bring to the organization?" and nobody seems to ever know - or ask. Some have been there over a dozen years and don't actually individually contribute anything - just glom on to their team's success or someone else's success.
    - Health benefits are horrific. They promote HSA contributions for healthy behavior, but you have to spend your day jumping through hoops to even cover a third of the $3600 deductible. I'm pretty sure that my insurance NEVER paid a cent towards my family's healthcare over my career there because of the ridiculous deductible.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    No advice, because my advice would be too intimidating to Healthways because it involves making actual progress and asking the tough questions. So, I'll end with an appropriate quote:
    "My job is to not be easy on people. My job is to make them better." - Steve Jobs

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