LinkedIn Profile for New Graduates

New graduates will need to update and perfect their LinkedIn profiles so that they have the best opportunity to connect with a job most appropriate to their education, skills and personalities.

Career Development: Corporate Culture 101: What You Need to Get Started SERIES Part 1: Self-Management Skills

New graduates will need to update and perfect their LinkedIn profiles so that they have the best opportunity to connect with a job most appropriate to their education, skills and personalities.

Leadership in the Medical Field: Series Part 3 — Soft Skills & Leadership

This post reviews social qualities necessary for medical leadership. “Soft skills” are far from easy to acquire and practice with finesse but integral to providing quality health care

Leadership in the Medical Field: Series Part 2—How Is It Demonstrated?

“Demonstrating Personal Qualities” necessary to be an effective and capable medical leader

Leadership in the Medical Field: Series Part 1—What It Is & Why It’s Critical

Effective medical leadership and good medical care is “well documented” and the “key to delivery high quality care and a positive experience for patients.

Career Development – More IT jobs are in the cloud – Getting ready for the job you want in 2013

IT professionals that have learned what it takes to work with applications and services in the cloud are considered highly desirable by human resources departments today.

Career Development Part 3: Performance Reviews: Painful or Helpful?

An employee review is intended to be a useful tool in promoting employee growth. When done properly, performance reviews should highlight areas of strength and weakness and provide a roadmap for future growth.

Performance Reviews: Painful or Helpful?

An employee review is intended to be a useful tool in promoting employee growth. When done properly, performance reviews should highlight areas of strength and weakness and provide a roadmap for future growth.

Career Development Part 2: Want a Promotion? Focus on Factors Within your Control

Whether or not you get that long-dreamed-about promotion isn’t dependent on one or two easily manipulated factors. Instead, it relies upon a mishmash of influences, both business and employee-related. The business-related elements are ones that are specific to your business environment and ones over which you have less control. The employee-related factors are ones that you can manipulate and, in doing so, potentially increase your chances of obtaining the promotion you seek.