Doris Milton

Doris Milton

Doris Milton, PhD, RN has had a 50 year career in nursing and health care with interesting and varied experiences in health care systems and education...

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Doris Milton
Doris Milton - Motivational Speaker

Doris Milton, PhD, RN has had a 50 year career in nursing and health care with interesting and varied experiences in health care systems and education...

Fee Range: Available Upon Request

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Doris Milton

Doris Milton, PhD, RN has had a 50 year career in nursing and health care with interesting and varied experiences in health care systems and education...

Fee Range: Available Upon Request

For more information about booking Doris Milton,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/DorisMilton/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Avoiding Career Sabotage
Pointers for Healthcare Professionals and Leaders

Many health care professionals focus on learning about ways we can move ahead in our careers, or even on the best strategies we can use to change careers. We offer to do more where we work, use digital media well, network with other professionals, and often present at meetings or publish in our fields. We then wonder why we are not advancing more quickly when we are doing “all of the right things”. While we use the best career development strategies, we might also be sabotaging our career with other behaviors. Health care professionals who become more aware of career-limiting behaviors can stop doing those things and focus on using success strategies so they can be more successful in having the career they want. Pointers include: - personal behaviors that limit your career success - work-related career sabotaging behaviors - personality-related career sabotaging behaviors - student or staff development career sabotaging behaviors - career success strategies as substitutes for sabotaging behaviors