Informational Interviews and Your Nursing Career, The Nurse Keith Show, #22

Informational interviews are a method by which you create an opportunity to have an in-depth conversation with an individual who you have targeted due to their access to, or understanding of, a particular body of knowledge. Do you understand how to request and conduct an informational interview? In this episode of The Nurse Keith Show, I dive deep into how to use informational interviews to move your career forward! 

The show notes for this episode can be found at: https://www.nursekeith.com/informational-interviews

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