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Opposition Prep: Health IT Consulting Counterarguments

Opposition Prep: Health IT Consulting Counterarguments

Posted on10. Jul, 2014 by .

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How I do miss The West Wing, one of NBC’s best dramas that aired between 1999 and 2006; let me count the ways. It was a favorite of mine for being bold, intelligent and quick-witted. Especially this scene in which Leo describes a position paper to his daughter, “it’s opposition prep; when we’re gearing up […]

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Multiple Applications, Same Health IT Company?

Multiple Applications, Same Health IT Company?

Posted on16. Jun, 2014 by .

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Dear Cassie, Sometimes I see several positions posted by the same company that interest me. Should I apply to each of them, or just to one and hope I get a chance to discuss the others? I don’t want to appear desperate but don’t want to miss out, either. Thanks! Cory Dear Cory, If you […]

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What It’s Like to Have a Happyologist

What It’s Like to Have a Happyologist

Posted on18. Feb, 2014 by .

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Oh yeah, you read that right. My firm, the awesome Best in KLAS award winner Impact Advisors, is so dedicated to maintaining and growing our internal culture that we have a Happyologist on staff. His official title is actually Director of Firm Culture and Associate Satisfaction, but “Happyologist” lends way more street cred. Check him […]

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What’s Your Side Gig?

What’s Your Side Gig?

Posted on08. Feb, 2013 by .

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As a recruiter, to say that I review a lot of resumes is a vast understatement. Thinking about that, I wish I had an accurate tally of how many resumes I have seen over the past five to six years. Whatever the number is, it’s a lot. Although I’ve noticed recently that with the advent […]

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A Reflection on Wastefulness

A Reflection on Wastefulness

Posted on12. Apr, 2012 by .

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In three little weeks, I will once again be a resident of Chicago, IL and I am thrilled about it! As many of my readers know, I moved back to my home town of Boise, ID last summer to assist my mom on her journey through breast cancer. Her prognosis is excellent and it’s time […]

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