Archive for January, 2011
Posted on28. Jan, 2011 by Gwen Darling.
About two weeks ago, that ‘ole familiar question started to appear with increased frequency. Via email, by phone, thru Twitter and LinkedIn, here it came. There were a few variations on the theme, but for the most part the question is the same as it was last year about this time, and the year before […]
Posted on24. Jan, 2011 by Tim Tolan.
That’s it, I’ve had it! Credibility is a major priority with me, and when mine is challenged I feel really violated, especially if it’s because a candidate can’t keep track of which story was told to whom (candidate behavior never – never – ceases to amaze me). Ok, it’s human nature to place a higher value […]
Posted on21. Jan, 2011 by Justin Wiley.
Introduction My name is Justin Wiley, and I am a student in Duke’s Business Master of Management in Clinical Informatics (MMCi) program at the Fuqua School of Business. MMCi is a new program at Duke, and I am excited to be a part of it, and to have the opportunity to share my experiences with […]
Posted on17. Jan, 2011 by Joe Lavelle.
The most important game changing recommendation is to read at least 30 minutes every day without interruption. This exercise works to keeps our minds engaged and also helps us to keep up with the latest news, trends in your profession, or novel that several people in the office keep mentioning. I don’t think it really matters what you read; just give yourself that time each day with the written word.
Posted on14. Jan, 2011 by Ryan Esslinger.
What a way to start the new year! Last Sunday evening marked the beginning of what has become known as the “Blizzard of 2011” for the southern part of the country. Before it all started, I was skeptical; maybe it’s because I’m originally from the Midwest, but it’s usually laughable when it snows in these […]
Posted on13. Jan, 2011 by Joe Lavelle.
An overwhelming number of you intend to search for new jobs this year. Even if that isn’t part of your plan for 2011, you still can resolve to make some changes that will advance your career to new heights before it’s time to sing Auld Lang Syne again.
Posted on12. Jan, 2011 by Tim Tolan.
I’m sure you’ve heard the story before. You invite someone to go to the dance and the next thing you know you are out like yesterday’s garbage. Two-timing is high school (sophomoric) behavior and I am sad to report that it has made its way to the executive search business. I plan to rant for […]
Posted on10. Jan, 2011 by Shirley Corsey.
Yes, I just love the New Year! After the end of last year’s holidays and all the New Year’s Eve hoopla, here we are in the first weeks of the New Year. While some folks get the post holidays blues, I have always, always loved January…maybe because since I was a little girl, I knew […]
Posted on07. Jan, 2011 by Erin Kennedy.
With the advent of online employment services such as monster.com, careerbuilder.com and job-hunt.com, more people than ever can be applying for fewer and fewer jobs. How can you create a resume that will stand out in this sea of Healthcare IT hopefuls? Follow this list of “musts” to ensure your resume stands out. Summarize your career […]
Posted on05. Jan, 2011 by Joe Lavelle.
What is the best indication that you are indeed accelerating your career? You get promoted! The focus of my coaching practice is to help my clients accelerate their career growth by establishing and documenting their career goals and then by creating and achieving strategies to get promoted… often.
Posted on03. Jan, 2011 by Tim Tolan.
I’ve had a chance (like many of you) to reflect over the past year and look at things that went well and …well, things that I wish I could change. That’s water under the bridge. My new revelation? Bad clients. Working with bad clients is something I will not do again. Ever. I am not a […]