communication

3 Top Tips to Ace Your Interview and Blow Away the Competition – 320

2023-10-17T08:42:10-05:00

Three "Advanced" Tactics In today's episode, John updates his tactics to help you ace your interview with 3 more items to consider. This topic was originally presented in PNC podcast episode 223.   We'll explore three invaluable tips for acing your job interview and standing out from the competition. John, our expert in non-traditional job searches, offers his insights on these crucial interview strategies. Our Sponsor This week's sponsor is the From Here to There: Leveraging Virtual Medicine [...]

3 Top Tips to Ace Your Interview and Blow Away the Competition – 3202023-10-17T08:42:10-05:00

3 Big Communication Mistakes That Will Derail Your Career – 161

2021-04-08T09:43:13-05:00

Advice from a Senior Hospital Executive In this week's podcast episode, John describes three communication mistakes that will easily derail your career in many large organizations, if you do not stop making them. Communication has ALWAYS been a big deal. And with social media, email, and texting, we have so many more ways to screw it up than ever. The higher you progress in an organization, the more important communication becomes.  […]

3 Big Communication Mistakes That Will Derail Your Career – 1612021-04-08T09:43:13-05:00

Nonclinical Careers That Will Save Discouraged Doctors – 095

2022-02-10T05:59:13-06:00

Explore One of Six Wonderful Vocations In this week’s episode, John is alone behind the microphone to take a deep dive into nonclinical careers for discouraged doctors. This episode explores some of the best career options for doctors that are not board certified. However, they are also an option for more experienced board-certified clinicians. Before getting into the specifics of the careers, John highlighted some of the key general tactics that should be used by every physician seeking [...]

Nonclinical Careers That Will Save Discouraged Doctors – 0952022-02-10T05:59:13-06:00

Why Medical Communications Is the Best Nonclinical Career – 061

2021-03-22T20:37:03-05:00

Interview with Dr. Dana Carpenter I really enjoy speaking with physicians who have found a nonclinical career they love. I’ve seen that in life insurance medicine, teaching, and now in medical communications. The other aspect of this career that excites me is that it’s one in which you can express your creative side along with your scientific and technical side. Before I get to the interview, I want to acknowledge our sponsor… The University of Tennessee Physician Executive MBA I'm [...]

Why Medical Communications Is the Best Nonclinical Career – 0612021-03-22T20:37:03-05:00

How to Blend Stand-Up Comedy and Keynote Speaking – 062

2021-03-22T21:19:53-05:00

For this episode, I'm interviewing Dr. Lynette Charity to tell us about her experience with keynote speaking. You'll recall that I interviewed Carmen Landrau just a few weeks ago. Each of them took a unique path to this career. You'll get a much more complete perspective on keynote speaking by listening to both episodes. Before I get to the interview, I want to acknowledge our sponsor… The University of Tennessee Physician Executive MBA I'm very thankful to have [...]

How to Blend Stand-Up Comedy and Keynote Speaking – 0622021-03-22T21:19:53-05:00

How to Become a Medical Writer with Dr. Mandy Armitage – 022

2021-10-27T09:59:17-05:00

In this podcast episode, I speak with Dr. Mandy Armitage about her career as a medical writer. She was trained and board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation, and sports medicine. After working clinically, she transitioned to working full-time in medical writing. She has experience as a freelancer and a full-time employed writer. She currently serves as a Medical Director for HealthLoop and continues freelance medical writing at Armitage Medical. I've been interested in writing myself. It's one of  [...]

How to Become a Medical Writer with Dr. Mandy Armitage – 0222021-10-27T09:59:17-05:00

Top Reasons to Use LinkedIn – 008

2021-03-19T08:34:29-05:00

In this episode, we explore the top reasons to use LinkedIn. During the recent SEAK NonClinical Careers for Physicians Conference, I was surprised by the number of times LinkedIn was mentioned. It is a critical tool when seeking a nonclinical job. In one presentation the speaker noted that LinkedIn was the primary method for finding jobs as a medical writer. In this week’s podcast, I address two of three major issues related to LinkedIn. The third issue will [...]

Top Reasons to Use LinkedIn – 0082021-03-19T08:34:29-05:00

Use This Proven 6-Step Process to Deliver Bad News

2017-08-02T07:26:05-05:00

To make some extra money, I worked as an internal medicine intern for a short while after graduating early from medical school, while waiting to start my family medicine residency. While covering the medical floors and ICU, one of the duties that I felt very unsure about was to deliver bad news to patients and their families. On several occasions, I recall feeling totally unprepared to inform an elderly woman that her spouse did not survive the cardiopulmonary arrest that [...]

Use This Proven 6-Step Process to Deliver Bad News2017-08-02T07:26:05-05:00

How to Stop Your Boss’ Micromanagement Today

2017-06-14T09:28:06-05:00

Micromanagement can be defined as a management style that involves closely monitoring and/or controlling how employees do their jobs. It's a poor management technique that wastes time, fails to utilize our staff’s full potential, and causes resentment and frustration in those being controlled. … the highway! It is one of the 4 things that drive employees crazy, according to Dan Rockwell. […]

How to Stop Your Boss’ Micromanagement Today2017-06-14T09:28:06-05:00

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