Having Faith in the Spotlight
Hayley Studer, CPA, interviews Faith in the Spotlight author and "Inside Edition" TV news correspondent Megan Alexander about her recently published book, which provides practical tips for living out your faith in a secular workplace.
Reflections: Our Work in Health Care Is Bigger Than Ourselves
November also reminds us that in the midst of business and everyday chaos, it's important to make time for something bigger than ourselves.
Executive Presence and Why It Matters
Business and career coach Vickie Austin reviews author Sylvia Ann Hewlett's Executive Presence: The Missing Link Between Merit and Success, a humorous take on how to cultivate this crucial skill for workplace success.
How to Accept and Leverage Feedback for Career Growth
Douglas Stone, founder of Triad Consulting, a lecturer on law at Harvard Law School, and co-author of Thanks for the Feedback: The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well, says the key to receiving feedback is to understand that it's a normal part of coaching.
How to Create Passion in Your Career
Most people want to achieve success. Finding something you're passionate about is at the heart of being inspired and developing a sense of purpose, writes Kayce Dover, MSHI, RHIA, a health information management (HIM) professional.
1 (Maybe 2) Percent Feedback
HFMA Career Coach Joe Abel writes that feedback must be sifted to be useful, so how does one find the 1, maybe 2, percent of the conversation that is genuinely helpful?
Feedback is a Gift
Shanna Hanson, manager of business knowledge for Human Arc, unwraps the gift of feedback and examines what it is, some tools and tips for giving and receiving it, and barriers to providing it.
We Become What We Know
Anna Dapelo-Garcia, administrative director of patient access services at Stanford Health Care, chose to give back to industry by founding "Lean In Latinas," a chapter of the Lean In organization founded by Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook.
We Become What We Know
Hilda Villaverde, PhD, writes that no education is ever a waste of time. Whether you're following an academic course of study, a technical track, an internship, volunteering, or acquiring wisdom from day-to-day lessons at work, knowledge collected and applied is time well spent.
Finding Where Your Passion Meets Your Purpose
When HFMA Chair Carol Friesen unveiled her theme, "Where Passion Meets Purpose," at HFMA's Leadership Training Conference in April, Hayley Studer, CPA, vice president of community partnerships for Credit Adjustments Inc., read those words, reflected on her career journey, and realized that she needed to make a big change to fulfill her professional purpose.