Posts in Professional Development
Professional Etiquette

We have explored ways companies can engage with and care for their employees to maintain happiness and productivity.  This month, we shift gears and discuss ways to present professionally for obtaining and securing the job desired. Being a professional is more than degrees and certifications, it is how one conducts and carries themselves in their place of employment.   

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Resolute on Resolutions

America has always used the new year to make a new start. New Year's resolutions are an exciting opportunity to challenge ourselves on what we think we're capable of doing...or they crash and burn within a week of trying. So how many of us succeed in staying resolute on our resolutions? How many of us make resolutions at all? We try and answer these questions and many more as we look into this beloved (or bemoaned) American tradition. 

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How to Think like a Rookie

Whoever thought being a Rookie was a good thing? Well Liz Wiseman, author of Rookie Smarts did. She turned what was once thought as a disadvantage, and revealed the hidden advantages of being a newcomer of any age and in any field. We thought this idea is too good not too share and is particularly applicable to healthcare, where the learning never stops.

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5 Ways to Build a Better Team

Teams are hard. For anyone that has been in a position of leadership, you know that gathering a group of individuals and directing them towards a common goal can be complicated. By looking at both the macro and micro levels of the clinic, we can start to see where the problems arise and how they can be fixed. From this, we have come up with 5 ways to build a better team for healthcare. 

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