Let's talk about your career transition in patient terms: before you can treat, you need a diagnosis. Your diagnosis, your Career Diagnosis™ is determining the right career path for you.
Once Diagnosed, "treatment" is a process. Your process will be predicated on speaking and meeting directly with individuals you want to work with, with organizations you want to work for.Your time is short, your schedule challenging. Working together, we will structure a process that fits your schedule and addresses your new career needs and objectives.
third_Evolution™ offers a full range of physician nonclinical career transition support and guidance...
... from Comprehensive Career Transition management to hourly consultations and advice. What help do you need? The menu on the left will link you to the support and services you need.If you think you're ready to manage your own career transition, take the Test... the Physician Nonclinical Career Transition IQ Test to find out... CLICK HERE.
But if you want help and guidance from a seasoned professional, CLICK HERE. Let's talk before you make any decisions, and let's make the right decisions. And, if you have other questions, read the FAQ. I address many of the most common questions and issues presented to me.
But, here is the question nearly every physician asks me, What's out there? Here's the real answer: anything. You don't have to work in pharma or for an insurance company unless you want to. There is no list of obligatory next steps no matter what some people will try to make you believe. And you don't have to have an MBA, an MPH or some other additional training or education.
Your criteria should be based on what you want to do, not on an industry, job title or what someone else stood on a stage and told you they did - it doesn't matter. Your interests, your skills and your knowledge represent the "symptoms" I evaluate to render a Career Diagnosis™ that represents logical next career steps for you. If you want to read more about my approach, click here - and don't hesitate to tell me what you think, as well. I appreciate your feedback.