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A Note to Those Who Have Gotten the Sack

27 June, 2012 Posted by John G. Self
If you are beginning a career transition – the timing of which was not of your choosing — there are three things to consider. Turmoil will produce turnover.  Healthcare is about to enter a period of prolonged transformational change.  Some might argue that what we will experience is outright turmoil, but the fact is there […] Read more»

Managing Your References During the Job Search

22 June, 2012 Posted by John G. Self
Managing references is an aspect of the job search process that far too many take for granted. Candidates would be surprised at how often they lose an offer because of mistakes made in the selection of references. Here are some key issues to think about: Candidates who are out of work will, in all likelihood, […] Read more»

Building and Sustaining A Professional Network

13 June, 2012 Posted by John G. Self
In good times and bad, building and sustaining a vital network of professional contacts is one the most important keys to effective career management.  A robust network will minimize the negative effects of the inevitable setbacks that occur. For an executive looking for the next promotion or the manager who has lost his or her […] Read more»