When you begin training for a job, should you be trained for the start of the job and then after or should you just be trained once? If you know how to do your job well, additional training may not be required however if you want to continue doing well and learning from your job, you will want to continue your job training.
One of the reasons why you will want to continue training is to allow yourself to make outside connections. When you begin training for another position or find yourself taking on a leadership position, it will help to make you a better employee over time.
One person who knows all too well about helping to make a company prosper is Robert Ivy. In more recent times, the architect has been honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award for his work within the architecture background.
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It is because Robert Ivy is well versed in how to make a company run and what it means to give back to your community that they are able to award him with the Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement Award. This award has not been given previously to someone of this stature. It is the first time that someone of this field has won the prestigious work for their involvement in creating and performing within the arts field. There are only a small amount of people from Mississippi to be honored with this background. Others to join Robert Ivy include Morgan Freeman, Shelby Foote and even Walter Anderson.
When people heard about Robert Ivy winning the award, they are not surprised given his history of making sure that the buildings he designs are made more accessible to the public and others. Robert is also an accredited author of a top selling book that talks about the famous Frank Lloyd Wright and about the love that others shared for his architecture. Robert Ivy is also the CEO of AIA.
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Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum is well known in the Bronx Health System, not only for the meticulous care that he delivers to his patients but because he is also the chairman of orthopedics. He has dedicated his life to all aspects of healthcare and the different associated businesses that go hand in hand with it, dabbling in business management, information technology, non-profit leadership, process re-engineering, and other fields as well. Having tested the waters in these different areas have made him the diverse physician that he is today.
Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum has a vast educational background. He graduated from Brown University in 1979 Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Neuroscience and went on to finish his orthopedic and medical education at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University in the Bronx. During that time, his residency included researching cartilage and joint growth studies. Dr. Kirschenbaum finished his residency at Montefiore Medical Center between 1986 and 1990 and completed a fellowship at Thomas Jefferson University-the Rothman Institute in Philadelphia, training in Adult Reconstructive Orthopaedic Surgery. Hip and knee replacements were the focus of study there.
From around 2000-2008, Dr. Kirschenbaum held his own private practice and performed around 500 surgeries a year. He also has a keen interest in writing and served as a writer for WebMD in roles such as Message Board Editor, Blog Editor, and Orthopaedic Community Editor on the Expert Panel.
Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum has held the position of chairman of orthopedics at BronxCare Health System since 2008. He specializes in knee, hip, and shoulder replacements and bone and joint complication issues. He has engineered joint replacement devices and is widely recognized by his peers in his surgical techniques.
Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum is a dedicated and innovative leader and continues to thrive on finding better ways to help patients with new procedures and systems to help them achieve a better quality of life and a more thorough healing process. His level of commitment to his patients takes the medical world to a whole new level. He also has shown that working hard towards your goals and finding new ideas can benefit future generations.
Hyland’s has a history of producing homeopathic medications for people of all ages. It all started in 1903 in Los Angeles, California when eight physicians started up Standard Homeopathic Pharmacy. In 1910, the pharmacy was bought by George H. Hyland, who expanded it greatly and it became known as Standard Homeopathic Company. The original compounds of the pharmacy had expanded. Therefore, a name change was necessary. The medication that was used to aid teething was discovered and then mentioned in product catalogs of the company in 1925.
The Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act was passed in 1938. This act declared that Homeopathic was listed as drugs with HPUS. In 1940, Cecil Craig created the very first tablet that would dissolve since most children are not able to swallow regular pills. This became known as Hyland’s Pink Aspirin that young kids will be able to take. In 1987, Jay Borneman, the new marketing director got in the chain drugstore by using the tablets that was specifically for teething. And in 1998, 1-800 Homeopathy was put together so that the customers of Hyland’s can order their medications online and on direct mail. It started out with 2,500 and now 150,000 customers are using this system to get the medicines that they need.
Hyland’s has released a new medicine tablet for babies if their gums get sore or just hurts. It is Baby Oral Pain Relief. It’s for kids that are six months to three years old. These Baby Oral Pain Relief Tablets that have been developed by Hyland’s are soft and will dissolve in babies’ mouths real fast. People have reviewed this product and the customers are happy with Hyland’s Homeopathic Baby Oral Pain Relief Tablets. The values of this company are developing the best medicines for all customers.
For a man who has already accomplished so much in the business world, you’d like Krishen Iyer would be ready for a well-deserved sabbatical, but not a chance! Within the ever-changing healthcare marketplace, Krishen Iyer has found his niche as the founder of a upstart company based in Carlsbad that specializes in lead generation for the health and dental industries. While his past includes providing solid leads to insurance call centers and connecting customers with service providers, Krishen Iyer quickly moved from small businessman to entrepreneur.
From Fresno to Carlsbad, one thing hasn’t changed: Krishen Iyer is a marketing genius. While his niche is lead generation for the insurance industry, he also counts himself among one of the more successful marketing firms in the industry. When it comes to dental and health insurance, it might seem marketing is a no-brainer, but with consumers having more choice now at their fingertips, a solid strategy is paramount to sales success even for the long-established companies.
Iyer recently launched a new platform for Managed Benefits Services. In interviews, he enthusiastically shares his vision for this new branch of services. During one he stated he was very much looking forward to seeing how well his new platform performs as his team put a great deal of time and effort into the process of its development. Like the proud parent of a new child, Iyer describes Managed Benefit Services as a platform with an incredibly bright future and one that is transforming how results are being delivered to clients. It is truly an exciting time for Iyer, his team and the company as a whole.
But it’s not all work and no play for Krishen. While in school he loved soccer and still loves chess, astronomy, finance and tennis. He is the proud and loving father of two and isn’t shy about sharing his love of God or his wife.