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The True Importance of Thanking Your Medical Unit for Their Hard Work

When people commit to working for a company, they like to feel they are part of a team. Often, they spend more time with their coworkers than with many other people in their lives – even family. Recognizing the contribution and value of the members of your medical unit helps solidify working relationships, build engagement,… Read more »

Not an Extrovert? Stand Out in an Interview with Your Strengths

Your resume and cover letter are flawless. You’re the perfect fit for the job. But, if you are by nature an introvert, an interview can be a terrifying prospect. Don’t worry. Turn your typically “introverted” traits into strengths and get ready to nail it! Strengths … Not Weaknesses These traits may feel all too familiar… Read more »

All In: Get Your Employees to Advertise and Advocate for You

Your employees are your best brand advocates. When you provide them with great content to share, as well as helping them to cultivate understanding of and pride in their company, they become an even more powerful asset. Social media is a growing arena where individuals can – through the limitless power of their own voices… Read more »

Make Your Mark: Nursing is Noble

Being noble means having and showing the personal qualities that people most admire, including honesty, generosity, integrity and courage. While all aspects of medicine are noble, nurses are the professionals who serve hands-on, right at the bedside, throughout the course of a patient’s care. They translate doctors’ orders into action, ensuring that all necessary tasks… Read more »

Stressed at Work? Chill Out this Fall with These Tips

A little bit of stress can be healthy, but too much is too much! Excessive stress at work can interfere with your performance and productivity, as well as your physical and emotional health – and possibly even that of your patients and other customers. Your ability to deal with stress can mean the difference between… Read more »

Generosity: Good for Customer Service and Awesome for Your Reputation!

Customer service is important for any business – but in healthcare, it takes on a whole new meaning. Great patient care requires compassion and a “patient first” mindset that applies without exception. And erring on the side of generosity is the best way to consistently make this happen. Scenarios to Consider Choose generosity over the… Read more »

Why It Is So Important to Find Work/Life Balance

How’s your work/life balance? It’s been a much-debated topic in the business world for many years. As employees and the general population have become more and more connected via technology and social media, it has grown increasingly difficult for many to separate work from their personal lives. In addition to being constantly connected, workers are… Read more »

Tips to Turning Your CNA Job into One You Love

While you may not have your dream job right now, there are still plenty of reasons to be appreciative of what you do have. Maybe you loved it at first, but after a few years, you’ve begun to doubt your passion for your work. This doesn’t mean your only option is to quit. With some… Read more »

Three Ways to Fill That Skills Gap on Your Team

You set the bar high when it comes to expectations for your healthcare team. You have to … because lives depend on it. When you are hiring or carrying out other talent management duties, you have a heightened sense of responsibility. It becomes daunting when you have key positions to fill – and a skills… Read more »

Why it Pays to Connect Regularly with your Supervisor

Productive, respectful relations between an employee and their boss are critical. There is something in it for both of you. Your supervisor plays a key role in your career advancement, so the more they know you, your work and your work ethic, the more likely you are to be rewarded. A healthy relationship with your… Read more »

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