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A twice weekly podcast focusing on career management and recruitment with executive recruiter John G. Self, Managing Partner of a Dallas-based search firm.
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Now displaying: November, 2017
Nov 29, 2017

Today, our big idea is an intriguing emerging concept in interviewing, a technique that could help you break through the noise and competition from dozens of other candidates to win that job you have always wanted.

Nov 21, 2017

I want to share a little trick I learned recently that has dramatically changed my outlook on my work, on my family and on my future goals. If you try it, I think you will be pleasantly surprised with the positive impact in your own life. To participate you do not have to buy anything, all it requires is a notebook, pen and a few minutes each day.

Nov 15, 2017

An executive who learns the basics of brand management can greatly enhance their reputation. Here are the steps I believe executives should take to make this happen enhance in a competitive marketplace.

Nov 8, 2017

Today, navigating the unsettled waters of career management in the digital age and the important role that social media platforms like LinkedIn, FaceBook and Instagram play in connecting you with potential employers.

This is one skill that executives in the job market can't live without.

Nov 1, 2017

Today our podcast will look at the two sides of physician recruitment:  the cost of recruiting and the oft-ignored cost of doctor turnover.

The US is facing an unprecedented shortage of physicians.  By 2025 some analysts say the shortage will approach 100,000 doctors. That threat, and current market demand, combine to throw the physician recruiting into a dysfunctional, commoditized business model.  

Some surveys say that 54 percent of doctors who are recruited to new practices leave within five years.

Why can hospitals and practices do to offset this costly dysfunction?

John outlines five ideas to help you improve your approach to physician recruiting.

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