Archive for 'Career Coaching'

Laid Off…Right Before the Holidays

Laid Off…Right Before the Holidays

Posted on29. Nov, 2018 by .

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Have you ever been in this situation? You get laid off and right before the holidays? Unfortunately, it’s all too common, but Sarah Johnston offers some great advice for those of you who end up in this unfortunate position. Laid off. Right before the Holiday. This was a situation my client never dreamed she’d be […]

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Hiring the Best People

Hiring the Best People

Posted on30. Oct, 2018 by .

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Recognizing talent and bringing them on board is a challenge that all of us face. This is particularly true in healthcare where the process of hiring someone can be quite slow. In many ways, this puts us at an incredible disadvantage against smaller, more nimble companies who can snatch up talent before we can get […]

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Would You Rather Be Feared or Loved?

Would You Rather Be Feared or Loved?

Posted on23. Oct, 2018 by .

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Leadership seems to be one of the common things we’ve covered here on Healthcare IT Today. It should be no surprise since leadership is such a key part of everyone’s career. Whether you are a leader or are being led by other leaders, leaders are going to impact your career more than just about anything […]

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Breaking Down the Rules for HIPAA and Social Media

Breaking Down the Rules for HIPAA and Social Media

Posted on18. Sep, 2018 by .

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The following is a guest blog post by Moazzam Adnan Raja, Vice President of Marketing at Atlantic.Net. Social media is a challenging front for any organization from a security and compliance perspective, and that is particularly true for organizations handling health data given the need to guard against unauthorized disclosure – as outlined in the Health Insurance […]

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Settling the Debate: A Resume Format That WILL Stand Out and Get You the Job

Settling the Debate: A Resume Format That WILL Stand Out and Get You the Job

Posted on28. Aug, 2018 by .

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If you have begun looking for a job recently, and find yourself having to prepare a resume for the first time in a long time, it can be a bit overwhelming. There are a lot of articles and blog posts about “how to prepare a resume” each proclaiming their format as the right way. It […]

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Should You Play It Safe?

Should You Play It Safe?

Posted on07. Aug, 2018 by .

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In life, we’re faced with hundreds of choices. This is particularly true in our careers. Most of these choices we have to make with limited information. Dr. Travis Bradberry offered this great quote from Mark Twain which talks about one key that can influence the choices we make in our lives: “The two most important […]

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Are You Leadership Material?

Are You Leadership Material?

Posted on15. May, 2018 by .

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In a recent article on Inc.com, Marcel Schwantes suggests 4 indications that you are leadership material: You have an innate desire to make people better at what they do. Your highest leadership priority is to develop trust. You rely on your instincts and gift of intuition. Your whole reason for working and doing business is […]

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Is Work Stressing You Out?

Is Work Stressing You Out?

Posted on01. May, 2018 by .

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One of our #1 stressors is work. And since most of us work, at some point in our lives, we have to deal with stress. Dealing with and managing stress isn’t always easy, but it is possible. In fact, employers will often ask job candidates how they handle stress at work. This isn’t something you […]

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Checking Your Biases

Checking Your Biases

Posted on17. Apr, 2018 by .

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While not specific to healthcare, I really enjoyed the ways Derek Pando would mess with former management consultants that switched to a tech job in Silicon Valley. Here’s what he shared: Here are my favorite ways to mess with coworkers that are former management consultants working in tech in Silicon Valley. After they just explained […]

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Social Media and Your Career

Social Media and Your Career

Posted on10. Apr, 2018 by .

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I recently read some great counsel from Steve Crider about what happens when you leave a job: Items you turn in on your last day working at a company: Laptop, Badge, Phone Items you don’t turn in on your last day working at a company: LinkedIn Profile, Connections, Posts, Articles, Videos Because that stuff is […]

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Has That Dream Job You Have Been Pursuing Stalled Out? Color Outside The Lines Now

Has That Dream Job You Have Been Pursuing Stalled Out? Color Outside The Lines Now

Posted on29. Mar, 2018 by .

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So I never was a kid that was good at coloring inside the lines. Sometimes that is a good thing though. When trying to get a job you really want, there are times that you need to consider bending process and procedures to your timeframe, not someone else’s. You may not be staying in the […]

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