How do you know if an organization is the right fit? What are the keys to working with executive recruiters? CIOs Aaron Miri, Julie Bonello and Michael Elley addressed these and other key questions during a recent webinar.
As the CIO role becomes increasingly recognized as a “strategic partner who works across the healthcare system to improve health and care,” salaries are starting to reflect that, according to a recent CHIME survey.
From overusing buzzwords to listing duties rather than accomplishments, there are a handful of mistakes that can quickly sink a resume, says Bryan Kirby, who provides tips on how to avoid them.
Oftentimes it isn’t a lack of skills that prevents individuals from reaching their potential, but a lack of confidence, says CIO Tamara Havenhill-Jacobs, who believes part of the leader’s role is to have “those critical conversations.”
No matter how impressive your skills might be, if you’re not taking the right steps – whether it’s perfecting the elevator pitch or acing the video interview – you could get lost in the shuffle, says executive recruiter Judy Kirby.