Inherently I am a rule follower. This is sometimes not appreciated or well understood by my peers, organizational leaders or subordinates. Our longstanding HTS3-Executive Recruiting “permanent” interim nursing executive, Debby Renner shares first-hand experience as a leader in the workplace in part one of her multiple part-series blog.
“Do not judge me by my success, judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up again.” ~ Nelson Mandela. If there is one thing I have learned as a CEO of a small company, it is that there will be many bumps in the road – often unexpected and sometimes business critical.
Blind spots are those things that we “should” be able to see, but for some reason we are blocked from seeing them. Blind spots cause us to make bad decisions and sometimes blind spots can be deadly.
I receive many questions from leaders about executive recruitment. Some common questions that they often ask me include: • What is the best way to stay on a recruiter’s radar as [...]
New Business Development Director Hudson Shelton has served for almost 10 years in various sales and account management positions with industry-leading staff management and recruiting firms. “Hudson embodies a young, [...]
CEO With more than 20 years experience in both the health care and technology industries, Derek is the CEO and leads the overall strategic direction of HealthTechS3 and GAFFEY Healthcare. [...]
Interim Recruitment Services Vice President Michael serves as a consultant to hospital and physician owned medical practices nationwide. He brings more than 25 years of healthcare experience to his role [...]
Executive Recruitment Services Vice President Peter, with his BA Engineering Degree and Master’s Degree in Business Administration, heads up our Executive Placement Services Division. With over 30 years of experience [...]