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Pam’s Story: The Value of Career Foresight

18 April, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
When the end came, Pam was not surprised, she was prepared. As the Vice President of Finance of a manufacturing company, she had been recording its slide for the past five years, ever since the organization’s long-term CEO retired and was replaced by an executive with an impressive academic pedigree and a stint with one […] Read more»

Be Prepared for Layoffs: Things Are Changing… Not Really

5 January, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
Almost two years ago I wrote, “In executive offices and administrative suites of hospitals all across America, there are some really good people toiling away who will lose their jobs through no fault of their own…” That prediction was not mine but that of a respected system Dallas CEO who will be retiring at the […] Read more»

Are You Prepared For Layoffs?

16 October, 2015 Posted by John G. Self
This was one of our most popular blog posts in 2014 and has continued to receive a great deal of traffic this year so we thought it must be worth sharing again.  In executive offices and administrative suites of hospitals all across America, there are some really good people toiling away who will lose their […] Read more»