Your Doximity Summer Reading List

Posted by Doximity TF Team

reading-a-bookHarry Truman once said, “Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers.”

There’s no better time to relax with a good book than in the summer-- or a better time to tackle a few books that could make you a better recruiter. But you don’t always have to read books on recruiting to become better at your job. In that spirit, we've compiled a quick list of what the Doximity Client Success team has on the docket for good reads- things we believe are making us better at our day to day. 

Whatever your summer has in store and whatever your preference might be - we hope you enjoy some of our latest, favorite reads, whether you’re on the beach, the porch, or you just have a quiet minute at home.

Shawn Sheridan:
Book: “Built to Last”
What’s it About: Drawing upon a six-year research project at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business, Collins and Porras look at eighteen truly exceptional and long-lasting companies.
Shawn’s Thoughts: This book will show you what creates lasting and successful organizations. Filled with great ideas of what you can apply to your teams, highlight in your recruitment efforts & focus on to make your organization one that is “Built to Last”.

Erika Anderholm:
Book: “The Obstacle Is The Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Trials Into Triumph”
What’s it About: The book draws its inspiration from stoicism - the focus on things you can control, letting go of everything else, and turning new obstacles into opportunities.
Erika’s Thoughts: Insightful read on how to turn frustrating and challenging situations into success stories. Allows you to be self-reflective and use the insights and stories to help recognize how you can succeed & become a positive force in any situation.

Erin Eleuterio:
Book: “Tripping Over The Truth: How the Metabolic Theory of Cancer is Overturning One of Medicine’s Most Entrenched Paradigms” 
What’s it About: For anyone affected by this terrifying disease and the physicians who struggle to treat it, this book provides a fresh and hopeful perspective.
Erin’s Thoughts: Fascinating historical account of how cancer has been misunderstood as a genetic disease when it’s been shown to be a metabolic disease. A definite must read for anyone working in healthcare. 

Sarah Harris:
Book: “Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less”
What’s it About: The Way of the Essentialist isn’t about getting more done in less time. It’s about getting only the right things done.
Sarah’s Thoughts: In the busy recruitment world, it can often feel like there is too much to do and not enough hours in the day. Essentialism is a quick read that may change your perspective that doing less, more focused work is actually doing more and not to sweat the small stuff.

Or perhaps you want to take this summer to read up on physician recruiting tips from the experts? If that's the case, check out our recent blog, 8 Great Resources for Physician Recruiters. You'll find lots of links to our recommended content on physician recruiting. Enjoy!

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Topics: Doximity Talent Finder Tips, mobile technology in healthcare, summer reading list

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