Having resilient healthcare teams is essential for the immediate and long-term success of healthcare organizations. Resiliency is crucial and challenging now, considering the current epidemic, financial constraints, rapidly changing technology, and fluctuations within healthcare delivery systems. Even typically resilient workers are emotionally, physically, and mentally exhausted. Let’s examine some ways to build a resilient team.
Hire workers that have a Track Record of Resiliency
While hiring applicants before another organization snatches them up can be tempting, it is vital to …
Sustainability benefits all of us. When implementing sustainability in the workplace, the firm will benefit environmentally, economically, and socially. This article examines these benefits and highlights the Top 7 Sustainable Workplace practices. And, Summertown gives you a look into their sustainability practices to help you implement in your workplace!
Have you ever been confused by the differences between non-profit, not-for-profit, and for-profit? Take a look at this article by US Chamber that helps break down the priorities, structures, and legal differences each type holds. Whether you are looking to start a business yourself or looking for job opportunities and are unsure of what space you want to be in, this is a great place to start!
Want to work for a Non-Profit but don’t know where to start? Check out this article that breaks down what a non-profit is, what non-profit companies are looking for when hiring new employees, and where to get started when emerging into your job search!
Interesting in a career in sustainability? Look no further! Princeton Review has a great resource to kickstart your job search in sustainability! Get advice from industry experts and see how their journey got started!
Are you sitting down? The average residency graduate has around $250k in medical school and/or education debt. Yes, a quarter of a million dollars! The constant rise in medical school tuition costs is not commensurate with wannabe-doctors’ ability to pay. Generous federal graduate student loan programs have enabled students from non-wealthy backgrounds to pursue their dreams of becoming physicians. Unfortunately for borrowers during the early 2000s and 2010s, these loans came with hefty interest rates.
Student loan burden in the …
Two years ago, who would have guessed that nearly everything we do was going to be online? We’ve been working on Zoom and multiple virtual platforms for the last 18 months. We know how to use the technology, but we could all use some refreshers on how to make the best impression online. So, here are some quick Professional Presence Pointers to increase your professional image whether you’re in a class, working on a team project, meeting with your internship supervisor, …
Go out of your way to make your connections last long-term! Find more networking advice on CareerEdge.
If you made a strong connection during your internship, consider sending a polite note to see if they’d be willing to recommend or endorse you on LinkedIn (or write a full letter!)