Whether you’re a seasoned professional ready to take the next step to advancing your career or an emerging leader looking for that first management position, the key is to focus on your own personal continuing professional development to ensure a pathway forward. Based on some of our most popular sessions at the HIMSS15 Career Services Center, we assembled a truly amazing line-up to help you be your professional best.
Advice for the Emerging Leader: Essentials for Establishing and Maintaining a Competitive Career Advantage | A HIMSS Virtual Briefing
The professional portfolio is key to helping a candidate land the next great job or promotion. In this session, learn about the components of a professional portfolio and the differentiating factors regardless of your professional status.
1. Describe the purpose of a professional portfolio
2. Identify career-building activities to include in a professional portfolio
3. Provide examples of how a professional portfolio can help land your next job or promotion
Diane Bedecarre, RN-BC, MS
Health Informatics Workforce Development Co-Lead
Office of Informatics and Analytics, Department of Veterans Affairs
This session will be an interactive discussion of how to create your own career opportunities: taking advantage of your talents, unexpected assignments, and moving into health informatics management. Participants will discuss practical career building opportunities within health information management and analytics.
1. Taking advantage of new career and educational opportunities in health informatics
2. Transitioning to new projects with new people
3. Building your skills and resume
4. Keeping your own core values
Director, Health Administration Informatics Program
University of Maryland University College
Work life balance is a challenge throughout our lives. This event will help you focus on what matters most so you can effectively balance how and where you spend your time.
1. Identify and examine ways to accomplish what matters most
2. Focus on what is important and less on what is not important
3. Create a healthy balance between work and family
4. Gain more confidence in your ability to get things done
Jean Ann Larson, FACHE,MBA,FHIMSS,BS,CLSSBB,DSHS,EdD
Consultant, Speaker and Author
Jean Ann Larson and Associates