Archive for 'Career Coaching'
Posted on05. Jan, 2017 by John Lynn.
I was browsing through my LinkedIn feed today (which is a topic worthy of discussion another day) and I came across the title of a blog post that asserts that you should leave the office on time every day. Here’s the image that asserts this and then gives seven reasons why you should leave the […]
Posted on22. Dec, 2016 by John Lynn.
As we wrote about previously, we were lucky to hear from Amy Cuddy at the CHIME CIO Fall Forum. During her talk she made this incredible comment which was captured in a tweet by Jonathan Fritz: Warmth mistakes are costlier, more difficult to recover from than competence @amyjccuddy @CIOCHIME #CHIME16 #healthcare #HIT — Jonathan Fritz […]
Posted on13. Dec, 2016 by John Lynn.
Shane Rodgers wrote this great article on LinkedIn offering himself the career advice he wished he’d had at 25. I like the idea of thinking at 50 what kind of advice you’d have given yourself at 25. Turns out that Shane’s advice is really good career advice. Here’s his list of 16 pieces of advice: […]
Posted on08. Dec, 2016 by John Lynn.
Larry Chiang tweeted out this great infographic that shares career advice that no one tells you. Here’s the short list of advice: Job Requirements are Negotiable Imposter Syndrome is a Good Thing What’s realistic is Just an Illusion Don’t Pick a Profession Based on “Average Salary” or Employment Numbers Pick a Boss, Not a Company […]
Posted on25. Oct, 2016 by Erin Kennedy.
Navigating today’s demanding and ever-changing job market in the healthcare industry is tough—no matter what age you are. If you’re 50 or over, however, learning the ropes can be even more of a challenge. It’s highly likely that it’s been years upon years since you last searched for a job in healthcare, and the market […]
Posted on04. Oct, 2016 by John Lynn.
I’ve always been amazed when I’ve looked backed on my career and realized that I’ve never been qualified for any of the jobs I’ve done. Seriously, I didn’t have the skills needed to perform any of the jobs. There were a few times that I thought I was qualified and then I got to the […]
Posted on06. Sep, 2016 by John Lynn.
This turns out to be a really great question for leaders, but it’s also a really great question for your life. When did you last ask what the “why” was for your organization? When was the last time you asked yourself “why” you’re doing the work you do? If you don’t know the answer, it’s […]
Posted on30. Aug, 2016 by John Lynn.
Everyone one of us in life faces challenges. Some of those challenges are large and some of those challenges are small. What’s universal is that we all have challenges. Turns out that the most decorated Olympic athlete, Michael Phelps has challenges as well: One of the beauties of life is that we can overcome our […]
Posted on25. Aug, 2016 by John Lynn.
Maybe I’m still on my Olympic kick, but I’ve been thinking a lot about the power of teams and how many of the most powerful teams are often not formally a team. Watching the Olympics you often see the athletes thanking their team for getting them to where they were able to achieve greatness in […]
Posted on23. Aug, 2016 by John Lynn.
If you’re like me, you’re now entering a depressed state as you think about what you’re going to do in the evenings now that the Olympics is over. I love the Olympics and the thing I love most about the Olympics is seeing people achieve the pinnacle of success in their chosen sport. It’s an […]
Posted on18. Aug, 2016 by John Lynn.
It’s painful to watch job seekers make some of the same mistakes over and over again. Turns out that Bernard Marr feels the same way and has created this list of 20 mistakes that people keep making (Again, and again). Typos on your resume. Waiting for the job to come to you. Relying on job […]