Jim Gibson

Recent Stories From This Author

Don’t Fall in Love
June 12, 2012 Health care executives need to perform rigorous, objective evaluations of job candidates to avoid mis-fires during hiring...

The Fallacy of Zero Tolerance … in Hiring
May 15, 2012 As search consultants, we are usually viewed as trusted advisors and extensions of the management team. So, knowing when to...

Are Superstars Needed? Re-think the Spec
March 20, 2012 I could have titled this, “The Lesson of the Gray Striped Flannel Pants” because the analogy is unmistakable.

There’s Nothing like Focus
June 14, 2011 We continue to read in HIT trade journals and blogs, and even in the general news periodicals, about the HIT labor...

15 Seconds On Resume Writing
May 31, 2011 You may have heard it said that experienced recruiters and HR people spend 15 seconds on average reading a resume. Before I...

I Wish HIMSS Could Last Forever
March 1, 2011 Jimmy Buffett sings “I wish lunch could last forever.” Call me crazy, but I sort of feel that way about HIMSS....

Hiring or Need a Career Upgrade? Go to HIMSS
February 14, 2011 Granted, I’m biased, but the networking is nearest and dearest to my heart. I think of this as two sides of the same...

My Favorite Way to Kick Off HIMSS
January 24, 2011 HIMSS is a great show, one of the highlights of my year. Maybe I’m weird, but I find myself looking forward to it for...

If Everything Could Be This Easy
December 9, 2010 I recently called one of our clients to congratulate him on a hire he made. I didn’t call him because he got the...

A Runner’s Guide to Job Hunting
November 10, 2010 Tired of reading about how the HIT labor market has been tightening up over the past few months? Me too.

Intel and the Land of Oz
September 7, 2010 After looking at it on my reading list for over ten years, I finally got around to reading Only the Paranoid Survive, by...

Hiding in Plain Sight: An Answer To The HIT Recruiting Dilemma
August 18, 2010 I recently read the results of a reputable survey that indicated 21 percent of employees today are “highly...

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