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Solo episode: Navigating your nursing job search

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Solo episode: Navigating your nursing job search

Listen to the most powerful episode of HPN yet as Liam shares his real time experience searching for a new nursing job after moving interstate. He talks to the pressure…
May 12, 2021

Solo episode: Navigating your nursing job search

Listen to the most powerful episode of HPN yet as Liam shares his real time experience searching for a new nursing job after moving interstate. He talks to the pressure felt as he embarks on this process + how identifying what he wants from a new job role really helps him stay focused.

He shares with us how he busts through his limiting beliefs as they play havoc on his psyche, really unpacking Imposter Syndrome + describing his process for moving through this so that he can get comfortable being uncomfortable. Liam breaks down his real life experience for us about how to translate clinical experience into a non clinical role or vice versa, giving you the questions you really need to ask yourself when writing your CV + cover letter.

Liam shines a light on the role ego plays when navigating your nursing job search, asking you to reflect on making meaning out of things + explains the difference between seeking unhealthy validation + healthy co-regulation.

This really is an episode full of golden nuggets for those looking for new roles, starting out in their career or looking to move sectors, with value delivered sentence after sentence this episode feels like a 1:1 coaching session with Liam!

Keen to engage Liam in coaching – find him here:

https://www.facebook.com/nurseliam

https://liamcaswell.com/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/liam-caswell-9888509b/

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