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A Job Search Strategy, Daily Routine

29 July, 2015 Posted by John G. Self
At 32, after eight mostly successful years as a special projects manager for a major health system, Sally was out of a job.  That there were 150 colleagues in the corporate office facing the same fate did not make this day easier. They called it a strategic realignment.  When she left her office for the […] Read more»

Be Prepared for Layoffs: It Could Happen to You

31 January, 2014 Posted by John G. Self
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, a highly respected health system CEO predicted recently. This talent carnage is a sign of the times. The new healthcare economy, driven by the Affordable […] Read more»

The Train Is On the Tracks

18 September, 2013 Posted by John G. Self
If you are a senior leader in healthcare, I have two pieces of advice for you, do not get too comfortable with the status quo, and do not overreact by preaching daily or weekly “the sky is falling” sermons to your staff, physicians, or anyone else who will listen, regarding the horrible effects of the […] Read more»