Tag Archives: work/life balance

Big Changes in 2011

Big Changes in 2011

Posted on03. Jan, 2011 by .

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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 […]

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Remote Work in Healthcare IT Consulting: Should We Take a Closer Look?

Remote Work in Healthcare IT Consulting: Should We Take a Closer Look?

Posted on30. Dec, 2010 by .

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Remote work is an appealing idea. When the topic of remote opportunities comes up on job discussion boards, I see a lot of enthusiasm expressed by would-be remote workers hoping to land a gig. Remote work is something I have personal experience with, and I must admit I’m a big fan. I spent a good […]

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Yes, They Are Qualified, But Are They Deliverable? Part II

Yes, They Are Qualified, But Are They Deliverable? Part II

Posted on21. Oct, 2010 by .

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In my last post I talked about the concept of a candidate being “deliverable.”  From the perspective of a hiring manger, a candidate being deliverable translates into the likelihood of each prospective candidate accepting the offer you extend. A candidate may have a low level of deliverability for one position but a very high level […]

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Renew ~ Recharge ~ Reconnect: Free Telesummit for Women in Health Care

Renew ~ Recharge ~ Reconnect: Free Telesummit for Women in Health Care

Posted on20. Sep, 2010 by .

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Attention all women in health care!  Anna Garrett, President and Founder of the National Association of Women in Health Care, is hosting “Renew.Recharge.Reconnect:2010 Telesummit for Women in Health Care” on September 27 from 10AM-4:30 PM EST. This is the first major event for the National Association of Women in Health Care (NAWHC). Featured speakers will […]

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Little Black Book of Career Advice from 100 Influential Women

Little Black Book of Career Advice from 100 Influential Women

Posted on09. Sep, 2010 by .

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I’ve always been a strong advocate of the value of mentors – both having one and being one, when possible!  And I’m not alone – most successful men and women include strong mentors in their list of must-haves, including author and business coach Joe Lavelle, who blogged about the importance of mentoring a few months […]

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Chief Medical Information Officer – Language and Understanding for Nuance Communications

Chief Medical Information Officer – Language and Understanding for Nuance Communications

Posted on10. Aug, 2010 by .

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NICK VAN TERHEYDEN, MD Chief Medical Information Officer – Language and Understanding Nuance Communications INTRODUCTION: My name is Nick van Terheyden, MD and I am the Chief Medical Information Officer – Language and Understanding for Nuance Communications and have been with the company for about 4 months.  JOB DESCRIPTION: As part of the senior leadership […]

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Beyond Survival:  Four Creative Tips to Help Women in Healthcare De-Stress

Beyond Survival: Four Creative Tips to Help Women in Healthcare De-Stress

Posted on12. Jul, 2010 by .

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The time stamp on the email in my Inbox was 4:12 AM. Susan, a vice-president at my hospital, had started her day early. She’d been awake since 2 AM, worried …for the second night in a row. Susan’s been on the job less than a year and, in the eyes of the CEO, she’s a […]

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Are You Keeping Your Balance?

Are You Keeping Your Balance?

Posted on30. Apr, 2010 by .

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During my work as a career and life coach, I advocate working hard and getting that extra edge that will give you an advantage when it comes to accelerating your career. However, you must find a balance between your work life and your home life and a recent article on the FOX Business website offers some suggestions.

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