March 2016

My name is Sandy Aldrich and I completed an MBA Healthcare Management from WGU in May of 2015. I am the director of operations for inpatient physician practices for four hospitals that are part of a large health system in Indiana. I have about 140 direct reports including physicians and

The world is changing rapidly and as a result, the way employers hire and the expectations of professionals are also changing. I recently attended a NACE (National Association of Colleges and Employers) event where career service professionals came together to discuss emerging trends in the workplace and how these trends

Chelsie Flanders first obtained her associate degree in education from Ivy Tech before transferring to WGU Indiana. With a passion for education, Chelsie wanted to make sure that she was able to work in a classroom early on in her career. One problem Chelsie faced was finding a school that

The scene is familiar: A committed professional with many years of experience, dreams of more, who’s not quite sure how to reach their stars. Nicholas Ott was there. Though he felt the trajectory of his career was promising, the actual “making it” – reaching his desired status, that is –

Before people used social media, there was social engagement to build one’s network of friends and professional colleagues. Dale Carnegie, award-winning author of “How to Win Friends and Influence People”, said if you want people to be interested in you, you first must be interested in them. The art of

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