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6 Tips to Get Noticed in Your Healthcare Job

6 Tips to Get Noticed in Your Healthcare Job

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Megan Malugani | Monster Contributing Writer

5. Volunteer

It sounds obvious, but another way you can be seen as a go-getter is by participating in opportunities for process improvement, such as helping out with staff continuing ed or helping your team implement new regulatory standards. “It always makes someone look very proactive and demonstrates leadership when they get involved,” Halfer says. “If you produce good results, you’ll get noticed and called upon for other projects and opportunities to advance,” she says. Healthcare professionals who are very active contributors on their units can step up to take on projects that involve other departments; such projects will offer greater organizational exposure, she says. The bottom line: “If your boss asks for volunteers, volunteer,” Halfer says.

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