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2016 & 2017 Podcasts on Pharmacy Career Development – An Update

Monday, May 22nd, 2017

This is about to be a long post, but I wanted to put, in one place, all the 2016 & 2017 Pharmacy Podcast Shows for the fab 13, AND for your listening pleasure! And I moved it up, since it was starting to get buried in the blog.

If you’re a pharmacist or leader in healthcare, IT, pharmacy practice and/or elsewhere, the following episodes will be of benefit to you.  And to all the guests during the year on the podcast, a SINCERE THANKS for helping us reach over 63,000 listeners and for sharing the pharmacy healthcare love!

The First and Annual Women’s Leadership in Pharmacy Panel at #RBC2017 from Cardinal Health

NABP and the .pharmacy Initiative: Deterring Rogue Online #FakePharmacies

Part 3 of our Conversation with Former DEA – Joseph T. Rannazzisi

Breaking Into the Pharmaceutical Industry: PharmDs – A Chat on the BCMAS Certification

DEA Part 2: Our Chat with Joseph T. Rannazzisi, cont.

A Chat with Co-Founder of GoodRx, Doug Hirsch

Career Development: Working for DEA

For the Class of 2017: Congratulations!

Manbassadors: Sponsors for Women in Healthcare

57 Cool Jobs for Pharmacists

SXSW 2017 – A Recap

InfoSAGE: Healthcare Informatics Leader Dr. Charles Safran

5 Steps to Manage Through a Career Crisis

HIMSS 17 Post Show

HIMSS 17 Pre Show

A Valentine for Women, Gender Parity and Leadership in Healthcare:

The Future of Work in Pharmacy & Healthcare Part I – With Special Guest, Jacob Morgan:

The Future of Pharmacy Work – Part II

Certifications for Pharmacists – Another Way to Enhance Your Pharmacy Career:

What is a Medical Science Liaison?:

7 Steps to a Super 2017:

“Men”toring Women – Why it is critical for Men to Mentor Women

Merry Midyear – 4 part miniseries coming to the podcast with Dr. Lauren Steinbach hi-jacking the mic:

5 Roads into Loving your retail pharmacy career – 5 part series:

The American Society for Pharmacy Law – an Intro with Aaron Moore:

5 Part series on the 5 Roads out of Retail Pharmacy:

Pharmacy as a Third Space – Tisane Pharmacy (NYC):

Disruptive Women in HIT – Mandi Bishop:

How to get more Leadership in Pharmacy – Alan Spies:

BU Well: A Student-Driven Multimedia Publication – Anne Leighty:

Unusual Career Paths in Pharmacy – Shaun Young of Ardina:

Feeling the Burn…Out – How to manage burnout in pharmacy:

Writing to Enhance Your Pharmacy Career – Dr. Elaine Voci

Maximizing Medical and Pharmacy Meetings – Kristin Eilenberg of Lodestone Insights:

2016 & 2017 Pharmacy Podcast Shows on YOUR Career Development!

Friday, November 4th, 2016

This is about to be a long post, but I wanted to put, in one place, all the 2016 & 2017 Pharmacy Podcast Shows for the fab 13, AND for your listening pleasure!

If you’re a pharmacist or leader in healthcare, IT, pharmacy practice and/or elsewhere, the following episodes will be of benefit to you.  And to all the guests during the year on the podcast, a SINCERE THANKS for helping us reach 60,000 listeners and for sharing the pharmacy healthcare love!

For the Class of 2017: Congratulations!

Manbassadors: Sponsors for Women in Healthcare

57 Cool Jobs for Pharmacists

SXSW 2017 – A Recap

InfoSAGE: Healthcare Informatics Leader Dr. Charles Safran

5 Steps to Manage Through a Career Crisis

HIMSS 17 Post Show

HIMSS 17 Pre Show

A Valentine for Women, Gender Parity and Leadership in Healthcare:

The Future of Work in Pharmacy & Healthcare Part I – With Special Guest, Jacob Morgan:

The Future of Pharmacy Work – Part II

Certifications for Pharmacists – Another Way to Enhance Your Pharmacy Career:

What is a Medical Science Liaison?:

7 Steps to a Super 2017:

“Men”toring Women – Why it is critical for Men to Mentor Women

Merry Midyear – 4 part miniseries coming to the podcast with Dr. Lauren Steinbach hi-jacking the mic:

5 Roads into Loving your retail pharmacy career – 5 part series:

The American Society for Pharmacy Law – an Intro with Aaron Moore:

5 Part series on the 5 Roads out of Retail Pharmacy:

Pharmacy as a Third Space – Tisane Pharmacy (NYC):

Disruptive Women in HIT – Mandi Bishop:

How to get more Leadership in Pharmacy – Alan Spies:

BU Well: A Student-Driven Multimedia Publication – Anne Leighty:

Unusual Career Paths in Pharmacy – Shaun Young of Ardina:

Feeling the Burn…Out – How to manage burnout in pharmacy:

Writing to Enhance Your Pharmacy Career – Dr. Elaine Voci

Maximizing Medical and Pharmacy Meetings – Kristin Eilenberg of Lodestone Insights:

Writing to Enhance Your Professional Brand

Sunday, March 13th, 2016

Screen Shot 2016-03-13 at 11.40.03 AMOops. I just realized I didn’t share the 2-part Pharmacy Podcast series with you, my fab 13, on writing!

If I had a nickel for every time I got asked about this one, I’d be a rich lady. Now, I can just point them to this very post – enjoy this two part series for free with my dear friend and mentor, Dr. Elaine Voci!

Part I

Part II

Enjoy!  And let me know via twitter (@ErinLAlbert) if there’s anything else you’d like to hear about writing and professionalism, particularly in healthcare!

Cafe Death

Sunday, June 22nd, 2014

So…nobody really wants to talk about it.  (But I do, because if nothing else, I need to take a break from building a slide presentation I’ve been working on all weekend. So, let’s do this.)

What is the ‘it’?

Death.

But–some are daring to get the moose on the table.

My friend and one of my mentors, Dr. Elaine Voci is starting a Death Cafe here in the Indianapolis area in July.  You can check out her work over at her website, here.  The Death Cafe information is also included at her site.  I love that Elaine is taking on this tough, taboo subject matter.  After all, we’re all going to die.  Why not have some healthy conversations around it?  Besides, I’ve been thinking a lot lately about my own legacy.  Shouldn’t we all think about what we want to leave behind, before we leave it behind?

The Death Cafe conversation series with Dr. Voci is free, but you must register in advance.  If you decided to attend, please tell her I said hello, and remind her that Indianapolis is very, very lucky to have her!

12 Ways To Have a Better 2012: Climbing the Summit of Awesomeness

Tuesday, December 27th, 2011

Goal time! I’ve been tweeting and posting and thinking…oh my!  (And I looked ahead to my astrological sign info for 2012 – it’s looking good.  Even MORE reason to get my goals on straight!)

But in chatting with some others online and off about it – I wanted to share with you some awesome ways to create your own very best 2012. Here are 12 humble suggestions. And be sure–if allegedly the world is ending in 2012, why not make it your best year yet?!?

1. How I write my own goals for 2012 – thanks to SheTaxi for allowing this very important guest blog post.

2. Productivity goal ideas for 2012 – if getting your productivity on in 2012 is your goal, check out this post!  I also loved this recently posted TED video on the battle between the present and the future self…something I try to work on each and every day.

3. Money year end goals for 2012 – head on over to my friend Pete The Planner’s site.

4. Finding your sweet spot in 2012 - take coach Darla LeDoux’s sweet spot quiz to find out – are you there yet?  If not, consider working with her – or any other awesome coach in 2012!

5. Increase your net worth via your network in 2012 – is rocking your network something you want to work on for 2012?  Then read Hazel Walker and Ivan Misner’s new book on Business, Networking and Sex, for just one suggestion, and learn how to appreciate the differences between the sexes when it comes to networking.

6. Quiet the monkey mind in 2012 – OK – this is probably something I personally need to work on this year, so when I get ready to do so, I’m going straight to my friend, Cassie Stockamp, as she personally believes one can achieve peace through Yoga!  I’m sure you have Yoga where you are too. Ohm…..!

7. Spread the love in 2012 – there are some cool suggestions at this site if you’re interested on spreading the love more in 2012.  And they don’t all have to be put into just one other person (i.e. the significant other).  Kidnap your friends for random acts of fun-lunchiness too – especially if/when you know they’re having a bad day.  LOVE!

8. Start that business in 2012 – WHAT, my friends, are you waiting for?  If you’ve got that new business idea you’ve always wanted to try, but something was holding you back, why not try it this year?  Read our new book and see how others started their own businesses the safer way, we argue, in Plan C!

9. Write on in 2012 – OK – selfishly – this one is for me.  And my writer friends.  But as an amateur writer, I’m always on the lookout for great training when it comes to writing and publishing.  If you’re in or around the Portland area and write business books, I highly recommend Todd Satterson’s BizBookLab too.  If you’re local to Indy, IMCPL has some writer’s workshops.

10. Go big or go home in 2012 – one of these days when I get free from the oppression that is law school, I will take off the shackles and get myself a real business and life coach.  If I had to hire one tomorrow, I’d hire Lorin Beller Blake of Big Fish Nation.  If I had to go local?  I’d hire Dr. Elaine Voci (although, technically, she’s already been my coach on a lot of different matters in the past.)  When you’re hiring a coach, try them on and see who is a good fit for you.  Everyone is different, and has different needs in their lives!

11. Kick the career up a notch in 2012! – A LOT of peeps out there are holding on to their jobs for dear life in the past few rough economic years, but I’m starting to see more of my friends go after their next dream job.  Remember–focus on your strengths, your uniqueness, and ALWAYS customize your cover letter (“match needs cover letter”) to ensure that you directly match up your skills and strengths to what the job posting calls for–each and every time you apply for that new gig.

12. Travel tips for 2012 – What’s that old adage? Something about if you spend money on travel, you actually become richer.  I like that.  And trust me, for 2012, I’ve already got my 2 week big trip planned post-bar to EU.  You should plan something too in order to get out of dodge and push your reset button.

There you have it! 12 Ways to get your best 2012 on – whatever domain(s) you choose to enhance/climb/rock out in order to get to the summit of awesomeness!  I hope you get there, and I hope you found these tips equally helpful.

 

Book 5: Feelin’ the Love

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

The PR was officially released today on my 5th book, Indianapolis: A Young Professional’s Guide, Second Edition.  Here’s the official PR piece, and the scoop by Inside Indiana Business.

PR is nice.  But here’s what I think is nicer: when a young person actually moves into our city, gets this guide in their hands, and finds out what they want to do in order to connect in meaningful ways for him or her with this great city of Indianapolis.  That’s it.  That’s the joy to me.

Also, I dig in this second edition that I had the humbling and exciting opportunity to write about THE VERY BEST THING about Indianapolis.  What’s that you may ask?  The cupcakes at The Flying Cupcake, or Lucas Oil Stadium, or the Final Four being hosted here for men’s bball this year?  Nope.  None of that.  The very best thing of all in Indy…ready?  It’s THE PEOPLE!  THEY ARE AWESOME!

This is where I take a small time out to sincerely thank everyone who helped me with this 5th and longest book yet project:  Dorothy Albert (my mom!), Mayor Greg Ballard, Jennifer Ruby, Esq., Kate Shepherd, Jerald Harkness, Kelly Hartman, Gerry Dick, Billie Dragoo, Trevor Belden, Clare Welage, Abdul Hakim-Shabazz, Ryan Grimes, Neal Brown, Nancy Ahlrichs, Sarah Taylor, Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp, Lynn Jenkins, Laurie Foster, Kathleen McDonald, Dr. Michael Evans, Dr. Chris Bojrab, Jessica Patterson, Andrea Crawford, Chris Russell, Rebecca Stevens, Michael Maurer, Melina Kennedy, David Certo, Erin Smith, David Seiter, Sarah Fisher, David Nijhawan, Julie Schrader, Callie Smith, Darby Casady, Ron Brumbarger, Hazel Walker, Bree Emsweller, Henry Kurkowski, Morgan Greenlee, Michael DeWeese, Dr. Elaine Voci, Carlotta Katra, Debby Brust, Diane Snyder, Bridget Gurtowsky, Dr. Julie Koehler, Dean Mary Andritz, Sharon O’Donoghue, Liz Mok, Stephanie Williams, Tina Moe, Deb Walton, Sally Fillburnn, Jill Wesley, Denise Meyer, Susie Harmless, and Pam Blevins Hinkle.

I loved the tremendous opportunity to work with each and every one of you.  This city is lucky to have you as a citizen, and I am lucky to have had the chance to work with you.  Rock stars you all are, and I look forward to the NEXT edition of the Indy Guide (IGIII), because it’s going to be even better – because YOU raised the bar on the 2nd edition!

THANK YOU, Indianapolis!  You rock!