Life is like walking on a glacier. If you're smart, you'll rope up with other people. Too many people learn this the hard way. If you're feeling the pressure increasing in your life, it's time to rope up. Listen to this episode to understand why.
As a leader, it is easy to get off course when the pressure increases. In retrospect it's obvious. In this episode, you'll learn how to increase your awareness so you can make adjustments and stay on course when times get tough.
It's not the fact that disengaged employees are costing us $650 Billion a year, it's the rock in our shoe that drives us nuts. There is a story just below the surface that is making your job much more difficult.
Art Markman, Ph.D., from the NPR podcast "Two Guys in Your Head" shares some great insights about how to take care of your brain when your job is difficult. His insights help people adapt and thrive when times are tough. We discuss some great pearls in this episode that you will be able to use today.
People go into medicine because they want to make a difference. Just like any great story or movie, it isn't long before the hero runs into opposition. Just when things look like defeat seems inevitable, there is a glimmer of hope. There is a pivotal moment. In this episode, I talk about what it is going to take for us to pivot and change healthcare before it's too late.
In the high-pressure world of Healthcare, we can use some good news. Dr. Daniel Friedland, one of the early pioneers in evidence-based medicine, shares some of his tremendous wisdom about leadership, burnout, and well-being. You'll enjoy this wonderful combination of compassion, insight, and knowledge.
If you've ever struggled to put others first at work (or at home for that matter), this episode is for you. In this episode, we are going to take a deeper look at the Controller's Mindset. We'll look at why we all use if from time to time, and what to do about it.
Addressing professional burnout in healthcare is a complex subject. It is not enough to just tell people to be stronger. It is not enough to just look at the system. It requires an integrated approach and it requires commitment. Dr. Clif Knight of the AAFP has both.
Anna Liotta is one of the top experts in the world when it comes to generational issues. In this episode, we take a look at how the different generations respond to stress in the workplace. There are plenty of nuggets! Learn how the different generations tick and what ticks them off.
Tanmeet Sethi, MD has suffered in ways most of us will never comprehend. She was kind enough to share her life-changing insights in this podcast that is loaded with great advice for those that are struggling with work, relationships, or just plain old life.
There is a lot of talk about the lack of workplace engagement because it costs organizations billions and billions each year. But, what if you're not the CEO; you're just trying to get your work done and make your team successful. But, you've got someone that just shows up "for the paycheck" and you get stuck with all of their work when you're struggling just to get your own work done. What do you do with that?
There is a lot of talk about burnout lately. We are moving at breakneck speed and not everyone can hold on. There are way too many people laying injured in the ditches along the side of the road. In in this podcast, I discuss the mind-shift that...
Dr. Strongwater's prescription for restoring the joy of medicine is timely and insightful. As a physician, he understands first hand the enormous pressures that healthcare professionals are experiencing.
Have you ever noticed that it can be difficult to solve problems when you are under intense pressure. In this episode you'll learn why as we explore an inside view into Disaster-Improv. Resources at www.dandiamondmd.com/podcast.
I'm joined in this episode by Dr. James Madara, the CEO of the American Medical Association. He recently convened a meeting at the AMA that was attended by a who's who of healthcare leaders from around the nation. The AMA has been hard at work addressing the problem of physician burnout. Dr. Madara discusses some of the resources available through the AMA as well as future strategies to battle burnout.
Mr. Kevin Sowers, the President of Duke University Hospital, joins us to explore what they are doing to battle healthcare burnout. Mr. Sowers is one of eleven healthcare leaders that published a call to action in March 2017 that challenges healthcare organizations acrosst the country to make the focus on burnout a national priority.
Some people fall down like fainting goats when the pressure comes but some people are tough as nails. In this episode I discuss the power of the four primary mindset that people use when they face troubled times. Understanding how to use mindsets is the foundation to becoming unstoppable.
Welcome to Episode 1 of the Trench Tested podcast. You can download resources [HERE]. Special thanks to [Adam Rafferty] for the awesome new theme song! I am grateful for your support. : http://www.adamrafferty.com/ : /s/Growth-Mindset-for-Web-nbh8.pdf