When healthcare historians look back to figure out how we navigated these turbulent times, they will talk about the declaration published on March 28, 2017. Signed by eleven of the most significant healthcare leaders in the United States, it represents a significant shift regarding physician and nurse burnout. The following leaders issued the call to action...Read More
Burnout, disengagement, and turnover are epidemic in healthcare. What we've been doing isn't helping. It is no longer enough to tell people to “just buck up” and become more resilient. It is essential that we take a new look at the cause and strive for a cure. 49% of physicians describe themselves as...Read More
Some people mistakenly believe the old saying: “If I don’t look out for #1, no body else will.” But, the saying couldn’t be further from the truth. If you DO look out for “#1”, no body else will. When people consider themselves to be the most important or the #1, they alienate themselves from the rest of the team. When they accidentally step out in front of a bus, no one is going to dive to save “#1” because...Read More
There is a lot of talk lately about burnout and resilience. We need to "toughen up" and "bounce back". In physics "resilience" is defined as the ability of a material to return to it's original shape after being stressed. In our rapidly changing world, the "original shape" is already obsolete. So now what?Read More
In this episode of the Deloitte Resilient podcast, Dr. Dan Diamond, author of **Beyond Resilience: Trench-Tested Tools to Thrive Under Pressure**, shares his front-line perspectives from over three decades of coordinating relief efforts for some of the most devastating natural disasters around the world. He also discusses how lessons learned from these experiences can be applied to our everyday and work lives to create purpose, foster reciprocity, and encourage gratitude.
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