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Sounds Like a Personal Problem to Me
December 28, 2013 4:38 PM by Glen McDaniel
You might be familiar with the comeback, “Sounds like a personal problem to me.” That expression is usually used to quash a complaint or an excuse not living up to expectations. That expression came to mind recently. The weather is usually mild in Atlanta Read More...
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Medical Lab Science is Still a Growth Career
December 22, 2013 3:55 PM by Glen McDaniel
Just this week, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released its report of job prospects for the next ten years (actually between 2012 and 2022). Not surprisingly, healthcare topped the list of attractive fields, projected to grow at almost three percent, Read More...
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It's OK to Say You Don't Know
November 3, 2013 2:37 PM by Glen McDaniel
I wish I knew everything, but I don't. On second thought: it would be pretty boring to have every fact at my finger tips and I never have to learn, to ask, research or dig for information. In any event, has someone ever asked you a question and you hesitated Read More...
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Here's Another Opportunity to Help Physicians and Patients
October 19, 2013 7:20 PM by Glen McDaniel
In a recent article , Dr. Diane Shannon talked very poignantly of the reason she left the practice of medicine. Shannon said she was burnt out and wanted to be another addition to the statistic that suicide is higher among female physicians than among Read More...
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Find Your Passion, Find Your Niche
October 12, 2013 6:12 PM by Glen McDaniel
There is a lot happening in this country these days. As a medical laboratory scientist, I have been used to change, but it seems like the past few years have been typified by huge changes to many people I know personally and professionally. One of the Read More...
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Make a Good First Impression: Lessons from Your Favorite Commercial
September 8, 2013 2:44 PM by Glen McDaniel
In the last blog we discussed the importance of making a good favorable impression on a prospective employer; and how to tailor your resume to deliver that oomph factor. Once you have passed that first test and scored an interview, there is another hurdle: Read More...
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How to Create a Great First Impression
August 25, 2013 2:54 PM by Glen McDaniel
One reality we have come to recognize is that most people evaluate you, and react to you in a certain way, because of their impression of you; not necessarily the reality of who you really are or what you can do. The first impression is especially important Read More...
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Towards Independent Practice
August 3, 2013 9:31 PM by Glen McDaniel
Over the years, I have served on many hospital committees including the Pharmacy, Nutrition and Therapeutics (PNT) Committee. This committee is usually chaired by a physician and has tremendous input from an infectious disease (ID) specialist, microbiologist, Read More...
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Importance of Effective Onboarding
July 21, 2013 2:21 PM by Glen McDaniel
A few years ago I was part of a team appointed by a national hospital company to study and make recommendations for staff retention. The organization had a horrendous record for turnover; in fact in some key areas like nursing assistants the turnover Read More...
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Job Hunting on LinkedIn
July 13, 2013 4:12 PM by Glen McDaniel
Most people realize that many job searches are conducted on the Internet. While most jobs are still obtained through personal networking, it is the odd job which is acquired through a cold call or a serendipitous find in a magazine, journal or newspaper. Read More...
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Happy Independence
July 4, 2013 11:38 AM by Glen McDaniel
On July 4, 1776 the United States declared independence from Britain and a vigorous new democracy was born. This year we celebrate our 237th birthday and our founding fathers would be both pleased and disappointed at the state of the country. This experiment Read More...
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The Power of Mornings
June 30, 2013 4:48 PM by Glen McDaniel
I am just not a morning person. I decided a long time ago that my ideal job would be that of a stage actor, working at night, relaxing leisurely after work, going to bed way after midnight and then sleeping in the following morning. Most of us do not Read More...
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Marketing is Everything
May 29, 2013 8:40 PM by Glen McDaniel
"Marketing is everything," a friend of mine is fond of declaring with a tone of finality. Recently when I pressed for proof of such a definitive statement, he pointed to the last Presidential elections. The terms "non-American socialist" and "out of touch Read More...
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Coping with transitions
May 6, 2013 3:30 PM by Glen McDaniel
My friend Martha is 60 years old. She had been with her company for years in various roles from manager to director and finally COO. This past year she had some challenges related to her health, her mom died and she got divorced after almost 40 years Read More...
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Tell Me About Yourself
April 13, 2013 6:10 PM by Glen McDaniel
Do you dread those interviews that start, "So tell me about yourself"? I used to hate those as well and apparently we are not alone. Most individuals answer that question by giving a biography of where they were born, where they have worked and the types Read More...
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