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Shifting Mindsets in Organizations

Shifting Mindsets in Organizations

Posted on21. Mar, 2017 by .

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An organization’s mindset is a really powerful thing that can determine the success or failure of your company. It also can determine the type and quality of the people you’ll recruit to your company. That’s why shifting your mindset can be an extremely powerful thing to your business. I saw this graphic which illustrates some […]

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How Do You Handle Late Interview Arrivals?

How Do You Handle Late Interview Arrivals?

Posted on15. Mar, 2017 by .

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I always love a good story. In this case, it was an experience that was shared on LinkedIn about a candidate who showed up late to the interview. Here it is: Had an interviewee show up 30 minutes late for an interview today. He did not attempt to contact us to say he would be […]

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Job Searches are Hard!

Job Searches are Hard!

Posted on07. Mar, 2017 by .

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I’ve been helping a couple friends through the job search process recently. One of them jokingly calls me coach which I flatly deny that I’m a coach, but still love that she calls me it. The lesson I’ve learned is that searching for a job is hard. I think many of us take this for […]

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What Do Employees Want?

What Do Employees Want?

Posted on14. Feb, 2017 by .

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Finding and keeping the right people on the bus is the key to any successful business. Employees are at the core of what makes company’s successful and retaining your best employees are key. What then influences an employee to stay with a company. Here’s a list of some of the top reasons employees stay: My […]

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Lesson in Healthcare Leadership

Lesson in Healthcare Leadership

Posted on09. Feb, 2017 by .

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As a kid growing up, I always thought I wanted to be the CEO. Then, as I got older I decided that maybe it would be fine to just be the CIO of the company. Technology was a passion of mine and so it made since that I only dealt with technology and not a […]

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10 Important Career Lessons

10 Important Career Lessons

Posted on07. Feb, 2017 by .

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It’s always interesting to read lists of career lessons. As they say hindsight is 20/20 and so these career lessons come with that advantage. These 10 career lessons come from a LinkedIn post by Bernard Marr. Here’s his list of 10 lessons: Life is short. Social networks matter. Sacrificing your health for success or wealth […]

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The Balance of Passion and Earning Potential in Your Health IT Career

The Balance of Passion and Earning Potential in Your Health IT Career

Posted on19. Jan, 2017 by .

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I’m always fascinated by the discussion of trying to figure out if you want to follow your passion or earning potential in your career. This is not an easy choice and we all struggle with it in varying degrees. The real challenge it seems for many is that there’s not good alignment between passion and […]

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Should You Always Leave the Office On Time?

Should You Always Leave the Office On Time?

Posted on05. Jan, 2017 by .

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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 […]

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Warmth Mistakes are Costlier than Competence Mistakes

Warmth Mistakes are Costlier than Competence Mistakes

Posted on22. Dec, 2016 by .

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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 […]

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16 Pieces of Incredible Career Advice

16 Pieces of Incredible Career Advice

Posted on13. Dec, 2016 by .

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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: […]

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Career Advice No One Tells You

Career Advice No One Tells You

Posted on08. Dec, 2016 by .

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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 […]

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