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Be Careful to Rush Judgment in the Workplace

Be Careful to Rush Judgment in the Workplace

Posted on09. May, 2017 by .

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One of the key requirements as a leader is to make judgment calls and to be decisive in your decision making. We’ve all had bosses who wouldn’t make a decision or that sat on decisions so long that the situation became worse. While being decisive in your decision making as a leader is beneficial, we […]

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If You Want Different Results You Have to Change

If You Want Different Results You Have to Change

Posted on05. Jul, 2016 by .

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I’ve been talking to a lot of people lately about their careers. It’s always interesting to hear about people’s dreams for their careers. Some of them lack any sort of substance (ie. I just want to make a lot of money and never work again). That’s not a career. That’s a dream. However, most people […]

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Change Isn’t Always Better

Change Isn’t Always Better

Posted on26. May, 2016 by .

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I’ve been talking to a number of people lately who are considering career moves. Between my social media connections and my healthcare IT job board, this should come as no surprise to anyone. In most cases, these are people who have jobs that are looking for something different or better. Very few of them are […]

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Healthcare Career Search Resolutions

Healthcare Career Search Resolutions

Posted on25. Oct, 2013 by .

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For many years, I’ve been asked, “How do I break into healthcare?” Here are four potential resolutions for your healthcare career search: 1)      If you are seeking out an initial career in healthcare, consider becoming a nurse or other clinical provider! Even if your long term career goals include aspirations such as healthcare administration, to […]

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