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What if we stopped saying “yes” to new demands and reallocated our time based on our priorities? This three-part exercise can help.
With communities facing so much unrest, here are two skills you can apply to help promote healing.
Wellness Wednesdays and yoga breaks aren’t sufficient. Here’s how health care organizations can begin to address physician well-being.
Pretending we have it together and can do it all on our own is the fastest way to professional isolation and burnout. Fortunately, there’s a better way.
Most teams try to avoid conflict, yet can’t stop focusing on the negative. Healthy teams do the opposite.
Want to see change in your team, your organization, or beyond? Start by filling your own tank.
You can’t take care of others optimally unless you first take care of yourself. Start today.
It starts with one simple principle: “Get rid of stupid stuff” in your practice. Here’s how.
To describe the current phenomenon, we need a better term that puts the blame where it belongs and reminds us that the problem is responsive to multiple treatment strategies.
Resilience is a powerful weapon against burnout.