The Five Deadliest Job Interview Mistakes

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Originally posted July 5, 2014, on LinkedIn by Liz Ryan, CEO, Human Workplace   A lot of people are confused about job interviews. They think a job interview is like a citizenship exam. They think that if they study hard and give the right answer to each question put to them, everything will be fine…. Read more »

Call to Action: Why CEO Recruitment Must Change

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Written by Daniel J. Sinnott, CEO, Sinnott Executive Consulting | June 17, 2014   This is a call to action for all healthcare board members, system leaders and recruitment industry leaders. There needs to be a fundamental shift in the way CEO/executive recruitment is done throughout the healthcare industry — specifically the “position description.” Before the… Read more »

The Most Important Interview Question of All Time

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By Lou Adler, January 17, 2013 Over the past 30+ years as a recruiter, I can confirm that at least two-thirds of my hiring manager clients weren’t very good at interviewing. Yet, over 90% thought they were. To overcome this situation, it was critical that I became a better interviewer than them, to prove with… Read more »

Succession planning lacking in healthcare

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August 7, 2012 | By Karen M. Cheung, Fierce Healthcare If a hospital CEO suddenly left, many healthcare organizations would be out of luck. According to a survey from search firm Witt/Kieffer, less than 40 percent of healthcare CEOs have worked with their board to develop a formal succession plan, and only one-third have mentored… Read more »

Is This the Right Time to Expand Your Medical Practice?

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With the economy still in disarray, interest rates are still low and overextended developers are selling land and building space at greatly reduced rates. There has actually been a boom in medical office building construction, while other sectors continue to wane. If you are thinking of expanding your medical practice, now might be a good… Read more »

Eliminate Burnout

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Has your life become too complicated? Between telephones, cell phones, voicemail, e-mail, and text messaging, we’ve never been more accessible–and more prone to interruption. Add job and family responsibilities, and it’s enough to make you feel overwhelmed! Here are some ways you can eliminate burnout and get back on track: 1. Practice extreme self-care. When… Read more »