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September 1, 2020 | HR and Management
How to be a Leader

As a manager, it can be easy to believe that you’re the leader of a strong team. However, managers and leaders differ greatly from one another. There are a few ways you can be a great leader, so your team is successful and never hesitates to take on more work. Leaders are willing to work with their team instead of…

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August 30, 2020 | Career Center HR and Management
Difficult Conversations in the Workplace

When having a difficult conversation in the workplace- like when you decide to let an employee go, or you have to confront a conflict between coworkers- it’s best to use some direct communication tools to get your point across and engage the conversation so it doesn’t create further conflict. There are a few things you can do to ensure that…

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August 15, 2020 | Career Center
Social Media Dos and Don’ts as a Healthcare Professional

As a healthcare provider or professional, you recognize that your social media use has an impact on the way potential patients view you. However, social media is the fastest-growing advertising and relating market out there, so you don’t want to limit yourself into not being able to use social media for the benefit of patients and potential patients. There are…

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August 1, 2020 | Career Center
Nurses “Eating Their Young”

Facts About the Myth In the nursing world, the term “eating their young” is typical. It’s not necessarily an accurate representation of the hazing/initiation process conducted by some older nurses when interacting with new members of a nursing team. This term isn’t necessarily applicable in the modern-day nursing world. Many older nurses take on a mentorship role with their new…

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July 30, 2020 | Clinical Resources
How to Have a Healthy Work-Life Balance

Healthcare Workers Edition Having a healthy work-life balance as a member of the healthcare field can be challenging. Work demands all your time, energy, and effort. It requires no hesitation, especially when you’re on-call, to commitment. However, just because you’re a member of the healthcare profession, doesn’t mean you can’t have your own life outside of work. There are a…

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July 15, 2020 | Career Center
Writing Skills in the Twenty-First Century Workplace

In the 21st century, most things are digitized. This can be both a great asset, and a terrible clutch for people in the modern working world. Writing skills such as grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, proofreading, editing, and overall composure have taken a backseat to being an attractive employee, unless you’re working specifically in a field that requires these skills. Oftentimes,…

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July 1, 2020 | Career Center
What Should I Ask During My Interview? Nurse Edition

As a nurse seeking work, there are several questions you can make sure to ask your future employer when going to an interview. Asking questions not only shows the employer that you’re actively interested in the position, but it also shows that you have initiative and drive during the conversation. There are a few basic questions that you can ask…

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June 30, 2020 | Clinical Resources
Listening Skills

We are living in an era where high technology, high levels of stress, and high speed heavily dominate the entire world. In all of this, we have far left behind the one thing that is an essential aspect of life: communication. So driven are we by high speed, technology, gadgets and the works that we have completely forgotten the importance…

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June 15, 2020 | Career Center HR and Management
E-Communication

What to Do and What Not to Do One of the most significant revolutions of technology has been the use of emails and texts. It is such an important part of our workday that according to a recent study, workers nearly spend 28% of their working week on their screen times; either reading or answering emails or texts. While we…

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June 1, 2020 | HR and Management
Conducting Employee Performance Appraisals

It is important to conduct employee performance appraisals at least once a year. You must give your employees honest feedback, even when it is not a positive one. Performance appraisals must, as a rule, be honest, even if you have to say what your employees might not want to hear. Remember the following important points when giving constructive criticism or…

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