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How To Be Prepared For Medical Recruitment In 2020.

Now that Australia appears to have succeeded in dealing successfully with the initial impact of COVID-19 and getting our selves prepared, there are signs of society returning to some sort of โ€œmore normalโ€. Many doctors, myself included are returning their minds back towards the medical career process. With all the disruptions to the health system…

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How to Ace A Video Job Interview

As we turn to measures of social distancing in order to reduce the impact of COVID-19 its quite likely that your next job interview will be conducted online.  Having spent the past 4 years coaching doctors online, I am uniquely situated to give you some tips on how to ensure that using video for your…

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Key Medical Job Recruiting Trends You Need to Know

In the business of modern medicine, there are a few overarching priorities. Primarily, creating a thriving business brand and organizational culture that drives patient experience. These shifting priorities are now dramatically changing recruiting practices in medicine.  If you have not interviewed for a job post for a while, you may well be surprised by what…

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Career Coach Melbourne. How to Find a Good One & 4 More Tips

Career coaching is something I write about often. And there is a reason. Career coaching is something many professionals donโ€™t give enough importance to. The truth is that a lot of people, especially medical professionals, can use career coaches to kick start or even keep their professional lives moving forward. This even includes medical students…

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Career Coach. When Do You Need One? Costs & How to Find a Good One.

Career coaching is something I write about often. And there is a reason. Career coaching is something many professionals donโ€™t give enough importance to. The truth is that a lot of people, especially medical professionals, can use career coaches to kickstart or even keep their professional lives moving forward. This even includes medical students who are just entering the job market, as well as seasoned medical professionals looking to manage or make changes to their careers.