For military medical officers looking to transition to healthcare leadership roles, the challenge isn’t a lack of credentials or inability to adapt, but rather, to convince search committees to give them a chance, says Kimberly Smith of Witt/Kieffer.
When the dust settles after an implementation, what happens to those who were recruited to make it a success? Dan Kinsella has some thoughts on how to leverage this talent to help the organization evolve.
You never know when the opportunity to interview for your dream job may arise, so it’s important to always be prepared, says Executive Recruiter Jocelyn Clarke, who offers tips on how to do that.
Because the executive search process is a two-way street, with both parties evaluating whether there is a match, it’s critical to go deep with questions and even make candidates uncomfortable, says Sue Schade.
Despite the skills they can bring to the table – including a strong affinity for mission and a deep respect for the values of leadership – military veterans are often overlooked for top roles, says Paul Thomas of Witt/Keiffer.