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Kena McClure
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About Me, My Profession and/or My Company:
Become A Nurse Coach provides Nurses and other Medical Professionals the opportunity to become Certified as a Nurse Coach through the Advanced Coaching Academy and the International Coaches Bureau. As a coach training school, (ACA) is dedicated to providing the finest in professional coach training to individuals who are committed to making a positive difference in the lives of their clients. This is accomplished by offering our Certified Professional Coach Training Courses via the internet as well as live local seminars in the greater Phoenix, AZ area. Through our curriculum hundreds of coaches have been equipped with the best in coaching tools. Some of our distinctions include:

Nurse Coach Training
Health & Wellness Coach Training
Business Development For Coaches
Master Coach Mentoring
International Academy Affiliation Through International Coaches Bureau (ICB)
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Experience Verses Recent Grad In Nursing

Posted on November 23, 2010 at 10:44am 0 Comments

Is Competition Part Of Nursing Development?

Given recent comments from several blogs it has been interesting to note that many voice concerns over the opportunities available to both newer nursing graduates and mature career nurses. It seems that both ends of the continuum have valid differences of opinion when it comes to the job search. Too old and removed from the latest trends in nursing or perhaps too inexperienced for hire might be another way to state the question. When it… Continue

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