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Development opportunities should be top of mind at all stages of one’s career. Whether you are just starting out or thinking about a change. Thinking through what is important to you in your work life is important.
Accepting a Job Offer Accepting a job offer should be a strategic decision for candidates in this job […]
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To move or not to move, that is the question. Nurses moving—will changing states change your work life and overall work experience? Recently one of the nurses in our network mentioned that she was thinking about relocation. What are some of the considerations for nurses who are considering moving out of Minnesota? There are many factors to consider.
Since it is the beginning of the year, it’s a great time to think about professional development.
Nurse career development is important no matter what stage you are in.
Seeking to re-enter to the workforce after the pandemic? Due to the pandemic, many people have stepped out of the workforce for an extended period. The returnship concept gives them a new way to re-enter their careers. This concept might be a good one for people who want to get re-involved in the many open healthcare opportunities.
The American Nurses Foundation completed a survey of nurses in September of this year. Over 9,500 nurses responded and either completed, or partially completed the survey.
After reviewing an article in Forbes by Jenn Lofgren, Founder, Incito Executive and Leadership Development Consultant, we found some useful thoughts for physical therapy clinic leaders.
As people who try to identify the traits that drive success for professionals in various health care careers, we wondered what personality or behavioral traits would make a Physical Therapist successful.