HARRISON, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, June 4, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Many women who are successful in their careers generally tend to specialize in one aspect of their work to succeed. But when an individual is motivated to explore multiple aspects and positions in their role and strive to continuously improve and diversify her knowledge and skills she ends up making an extraordinary and profound contribution to her field.
Georgia Persky is an exceptional Nurse Executive, Perioperative Consultant, Expert Witness, and the principal owner of Georgia Persky Consulting. She is a Registered Nurse, has a Master’s in Business Administration and a Doctoral Degree in Research. Georgia Persky Consulting is a firm that provides a variety of clinical services to hospitals and specifically perioperative suites and expert witness services to attorneys. Georgia Persky firmly believes in empowerment and chooses to share steps she took in her career in our empowering women radio series.
“Initially, as a staff nurse I considered what was needed by my primary care patient unit to succeed,” says Georgia. “A number of nurses were leaving the hospital due to poor morale. So, I formed a very successful management-staff committee to confront work issues with my supervisors and they were impressed with my leadership skills. I became a supervisor within months of that project and went on to become a Director and Vice-President at various hospitals over the next 10 years. Sometimes taking a small step to contribute can lead to other opportunities. After 40+ years working for healthcare organizations, I made a decision to work independently as a consultant. Today, I provide an array of expert services to help hospitals perform considerably better. It is about assisting organizations to understand specific areas of weakness and recommendations for improvement that are required to achieve overall quality, safety and proficiency.”
In this interview, Dr. Persky will share the evolution of nursing over the years, the challenges nurses face and why she considers nursing a lifelong career. Of interest to the audience, are the steps she recommends that women take to succeed in their career and why women should be motivated to seek new career opportunities. She will share the accomplishments she is most proud of and advantages she may have had to get where she is and why and how she entered the consulting field.
With a prodigious number of careers available for qualified nurses the future in the field is filled with extraordinary promise. Georgia has dedicated over forty years in patient care working as a nurse, supervising and training nurses and for her there is no higher calling.
“There are many opportunities that have evolved for nurses,” says Georgia. “I chose it as my career because it’s not only a livelihood but a mission and calling. In any area of business, accounting, finance or information technology the same steps apply. f you work hard to consistently improve yourself, diversify your skills, read, take courses, pursue degrees, and look for remarkable mentors then you will be a shining success.”
CUTV news will feature Georgia Persky in an interview with Jim Masters June 6th at 2p.m. EST.
Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio.
If you have any questions for our guest please call (347) 996-3389.
For more information on Georgia Perky visit www.georgiapersky.com
Author: Beatrice Maria Centeno
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