Archive for December, 2010
Posted on30. Dec, 2010 by Derek Garrison.
Remote work is an appealing idea. When the topic of remote opportunities comes up on job discussion boards, I see a lot of enthusiasm expressed by would-be remote workers hoping to land a gig. Remote work is something I have personal experience with, and I must admit I’m a big fan. I spent a good […]
Posted on29. Dec, 2010 by Gwen Darling.
I used to be a New Year’s Resolutioner. In fact, I was so enthralled with the whole process that I turned it into an annual tradition on New Year’s Eve: Champagne – check. Cocktail napkin and pen to capture the five or so “this year I’m going to do it” resolutions – check. A few […]
Posted on26. Dec, 2010 by Gwen Darling.
Wishing you and yours a very happy, safe, and fun holiday season! Gwen DarlingGwen Darling is a Search Executive specializing in Healthcare IT, the Founder of Healthcare IT Central (the leading online Career Center for Healthcare IT job seekers and employers), and the Editor/Founder of Healthcare IT Today. Gwen also is a featured blogger for […]
Posted on17. Dec, 2010 by Tim Tolan.
I’m a big believer in goal setting – always have been and always will be. To quote my hero Brian Tracy, without goals everything else is just commentary. It’s true. If you start out on a voyage you need a roadmap and a compass to make sure you stay on course and ultimately arrive at […]
Posted on16. Dec, 2010 by Gwen Darling.
A little while back, I wrote a blog post for Healthcare Informatics magazine about the importance of returning unsolicited messages from recruiters. To date, I’ve received over 50 emails from both recruiters who have thanked me, and candidates who told me about landing dream jobs they didn’t even know existed as a result of taking […]
Posted on14. Dec, 2010 by Joe Lavelle.
In my coaching, I regularly express the need for our brain to be challenged constantly. By introducing our mind to new concepts and working to improve on any variety of skills, we are putting ourselves on the path to higher brain function, greater ability for problem solving, and general self-improvement.
Posted on13. Dec, 2010 by Ryan Esslinger.
Monday, 12/6 (Day 1 of 2) Sitting in a room with all of my classmates, I nervously sipped my water, hoping that it would ease my stress. Surely the weather from the previous weekend hadn’t helped everyone’s travel plans. I remember hearing on the radio during the cab ride over: ‘and in weather news today… […]
Posted on10. Dec, 2010 by Gwen Darling.
Maybe it’s because I was an English major and was fortunate enough to be exposed to many of the great classics found in the shadowy aisles of our ivy-covered university library. Or perhaps it goes back much farther, since growing up in the 60s and 70s we had three TV channels, no Internet, and an […]
Posted on06. Dec, 2010 by Shirley Corsey.
Five months ago (July 2nd 2010), I wrote and posted a blog entitled – “I Got Certified for Healthcare IT Jobs, You Can Too!” Many, many responses to this blog have been posted and I have done my best to respond to each reply. Since we are now in the holiday season, this seems like a good time to […]
Posted on03. Dec, 2010 by Joe Lavelle.
What do you do if you are naturally shy and reaching out to new people is an activity that you dread? First, know that you are not alone. For many people who make networking a regular part of their professional growth, the conversations have come with a lot of practice. There are steps that you can take to build your comfort level as well.