Using Personal Resilience to Build Organizational Resilience

Using Personal Resilience to Build Organizational Resilience

Over the past 18 months, we’ve seen burnout strike healthcare professionals and leaders at levels previously unseen.  Colleagues are retiring, dedicated providers are leaving, and countless others across the country are taking time away for stress and mental...
When it comes to cover letters and resumes, one size does not fit all

When it comes to cover letters and resumes, one size does not fit all

Last month, I discussed the importance of increasing your activity and setting reasonable stretch goals to get the results you want in your career transition journey. One of the essential activities of someone who is looking for the next step in their career is...
What I’m learning about moving forward in uncertainty

What I’m learning about moving forward in uncertainty

It’s been 18 months since COVID-19 changed everything, and I am exhausted. We have endured tremendous loss as a society: loss of life, finances, jobs, routines, community…and the list goes on. Coping with uncertainty has become “normal.” In psychology, coping skills...
More activity, more results

More activity, more results

The old sales adage can be applied to career transition as well—activity equals results.  Yet, this is where so many people fail. They don’t buy into this equation, limit their activity, and consequently limit their results.  By focusing on those activities that you...
What to do when your career transition journey stalls out

What to do when your career transition journey stalls out

I’m sure you’ve heard the saying that insanity is defined as “doing the same things and expecting different results.” It’s a common saying because we all know it to be true: if you keep repeating the same actions, you will get the same outcomes. It can be very...