Finding A Mentor Might Be Easier Than You’re Making It

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by: Steve Cadigan , CONTRIBUTOR – Forbes No matter your level of seniority in your company or field, you’re inevitably going to encounter a challenging situation you’re unsure how to handle. This can be anything from a new job offer, to a company merger, to managing a tough employee. Instead of viewing these as stumbling… read more

8 Required Skills for Today’s Nurses

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Nursing leaders need to be able to tackle tomorrow’s value-based care challenges. I recently had the chance to talk with two of the nation’s most prominent nursing leaders — Lamont M. Yoder, the CEO of Banner Gateway Medical Center and Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center in Gilbert, Ariz., and Carol Bradley, senior vice president and chief nursing… read more

7 career lessons from the 7-year-old girl who wants a job at Google

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By Allison Hirschlag Google CEO Sundar Pichai received a unique job inquiry recently. Not only was it sent directly to him — hardly the norm for a giant company — but it was also hand-written by a 7-year-old girl. While Chloe Bridgewater from Hereford, England is not exactly on the job hunt yet, she wanted… read more

13 tips for nailing a Skype interview

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Etiquette surrounding a Skype interview is different from both in-person and phone interviews, but mastering the art could land you the job you’ve been coveting. Skype interviews can really be the best of both worlds — you still get face-to-face time with an employer while cutting travel out of the equation. And while mastering the… read more

6 job-search mistakes to avoid when finding your first job

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Source: CareerBuilder HERE ARE SOME COMMON JOB-SEARCH MISTAKES THAT TRIP UP MANY NEW GRADS — AND TIPS FOR AVOIDING THEM. Launching your first job search is both exciting and bewildering. You’re eager to impress potential employers with your newly gotten experience and degree, but you’re afraid that you might botch it. Here are some common… read more