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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 of marriage. She was coasting towards retirement and looking forward to being able to travel and ...
Do you dread those interviews that start, ''So tell me about yourself''? I used to hate those as well andapparently 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 of jobs they have had. Maybe they throw in the job titles they have held in their ...
It is April and here in the Deep South every day is a
guessing game. My daffodils are just shedding their colorful blooms
and I can see tender buds tentatively peeking out from the trees in the
The last couple of weeks have brought
thunderstorms, snow, nippy keep-the-heat-on days closely followed by
shorts and ...
New tweet list! Social media and security, quality care for less money (is it possible?), and why bad perfomers are happier. Get daily tweets by following us @ExecInsight.
Huntington Hospital Big data initiative seeks to make a searchable cancer care database of 100s of 1,000s of cancer patients for doctors ow.ly/jtYkq
Kip Piper Small, ...
With tighter budgets and an increased emphasis on providing the best outcomes for your patients, you can’t afford to have lingering open positions. Every day a position goes unfilled costs your organization money. Finding the right candidate requires using recruitment tools that put your facility in front of the best of the best.
ADVANCE and ...
We all know the saying ''birds of a feather flock together.'' This does not only refer to the fact that those with common interests and values tend to be friends and hang around each other.
Research has shown that adopting synchronous body language (essentially mirroring someone else) tends to make the individuals feel closer without ...
New tweet list! Interoperability as Oz, millennials want fun at work, embedding social engagement into business strategy and more, of course. Get daily tweets by following us @ExecInsight.
Doug Laney Intel's original business plan from 1968. One page. Yup...more about execution than ideas. http://ow.ly/iKeES
Mandi Bishop My ...
One of the most uncomfortable situations for employees and managers alike is a workplace that has obvious conflict. We are taught to work as a cohesive team and lots of resources is spent on teambuilding. The word ''team'' is considered sacrosanct in fact.
Yet, the dirty little secret is that conflict is inevitable. If you have worked for any ...
Many individuals have decided that 2013 is the year they change jobs. Others are looking for employment because they have recently lost a job. According to polls conducted by Human Resource firm Allison &Taylor one of the 10 most popular New Year's resolution is job related.
There is lots of information out there related to preparing for a ...
New graduates especially are familiar with the frustration of looking at an ad for a dream job only to see the dreaded ''experience required.'' In frustration, they argue, ''How can I get experience if no one will give me a job, a chance to gain some experience?''
But such frustration is not confined to new graduates. A colleague who ...