"Career" Blogs & Blog Posts

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Discussion on the best workplace environments, business practices, and empl...

 
Alice in ProgressAlice in Progress

A twenty-something college graduate tries to figure it all out, make it wor...

 
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Many nurses come to me for advice and career coaching when they're ready to return to the nursing workforce after a hiatus. For some, it's just been a year or two, and for others, it might have been 15 years of staying home to do the noble work of ra...

There's an undeniable and oft-proven statistic out there: The more diverse an organization, the better it works. Period. Specifically, more women in leadership means more profitability. In "Women Make Great Leaders: Real World Lessons to Acceler...

Applying technology to provide easy access for societal dialog has the promise of peer-to-peer co-creation of knowledge and rapid consensus solution-building. Today's technology holds the promise of quickly connecting problem solvers with problems, c...

Skip college and go work in a GIG! Learning a trade can be more valuable than earning a college degree. Today, most students try college but half never complete degrees. A tight job market has turned people into hot prospects....

"No more procrastinating or complaining," urges Corrie Shanahan. "It's time to work less and care more." In "DO IT, MEAN IT, BE IT", author Shanahan will help you clarify what is really important to you, help you identif...

Job interviews are a source of stress for many job-seekers, and nurses are no exception. Nursing can feel like a rough and tumble profession when it comes to the high-stakes interview process, and for those nurses who are unsure how to articulate the...

In all likelihood, we can all readily agree that nursing is not for the faint of heart. Nurses in many different settings can be pushed to the breaking point, driven to the precipice of burnout, compassion fatigue, and utter defeat. But there is inde...