Episode 22

Episode 22

LeAnn Thieman is a nationally acclaimed professional speaker, author, and nurse. Her latest book, SelfCare for HealthCare, Your Guide to Physical, Mental, and Spiritual Health is a dynamic component of her transformational SelfCare for HealthCare program. More on LeAnn: https://www.selfcareforhealthcare.com

Episode 21

Episode 21

Founder and Chief Culture Officer, Lina Graves, has dedicated her career as a Human Resources Professional to the pursuit of innovation in organizational culture. Her focus on achieving the highest level of team and workforce excellence is unsurpassed. It is Lina’s belief that when a company dedicates 100% of its efforts to caring for its employees and offering a positive and enjoyable work environment, the response in-turn, is a workforce that is dedicated to the company’s mission and vision.

How Recruiting Has Changed Over the Last 20 Years

How Recruiting Has Changed Over the Last 20 Years

Kevin Kirkpatrick is the Manager of Recruiting at Humber River Hospital, a major acute care hospital in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. People are the key resource in healthcare. Technology is rapidly advancing and enabling people to do more but we are still reliant on good people to provide safe, quality, consistent care. In this episode, Kevin tells us how recruiting has changed over the last 20 years. Don’t miss this one!

Episode 19

Episode 19

This week, we talk with Samantha Sheppard, Staffing Manager and Sherry Angle-Hudock, Director of Talent Engagement with Supplemental Health Care. Settle in and listen to why building relationships with your nurses is imperative.

Episode 18

Episode 18

Blake is the Director of Talent Acquisition for Vancouver, Washington- based Prestige Care. He is a trusted internal consultant and trainer on all things Recruiting/Talent Acquisition, and is known for his unmatched energy level, passion, work ethic and drive for exceptional business results.

Episode 17

Episode 17

Mae G. Concannon is an RN and Nurse Recruiter with experience recruiting for healthcare, universities, and corporations. She worked as a nurse in Med/Surg, Critical Care, and Occupational Health before transitioning to nurse recruitment. Mae is passionate about connecting people with positions they will thrive in..