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Kristy Kainrath
We’ve (almost) made it on the other side, and yet the light at the end of the tunnel doesn’t feel as bright as anticipated. While some areas of pressure have been released, new burdens are mounting and healthcare workers and leaders are questioning where and how things, and even they, fit. More than ever, I’m...
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“I am going to make a confession. I too, along with thousands of doctors, once suffered from burnout.” Dr. Sanziana Roman, Professor of Surgery at the University of California San Francisco, posted those words in her Twitter feed earlier this spring, on National Doctors Day. In a thread that garnered thousands of “likes” and hundreds...
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St. Louis, MO — MEDI Leadership (MEDI) has announced the addition of William Barnes, Ph.D., MBA as executive coach to healthcare leaders and teams. In this role, Dr.Barnes will equip healthcare organizations to better meet emerging patient care demands and thrive in a fast-evolving environment. A clinical psychologist for more than two decades, Dr.Barnes has...
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“Leaders who believe they can [succeed] without any formal training often succeed for some time, but eventually will encounter critical situations they are not prepared to handle alone. Then they urgently seek the resources to help them succeed, often too late to salvage a career.” ~ Journal of Healthcare Leadership Not all leadership development approaches...
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It’s the season of holiday cheer. This means warm family gatherings, fun work celebrations, friend luncheons, shopping, wrapping, gift exchanges, more gift exchanges, and even more gift exchanges. Do you ever feel like the exchanging of gifts just falls flat? Not that the gift is wrong, or that the thought and intention behind the sharing...
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I coach softball. Or, I did when my kids were younger. Now, I just enjoy watching them play. With three daughters who play year-round ball, I’ve dubbed myself a bona-fide softball mom. I follow social media groups for insights and inspiration for softball enthusiasts. On one social feed the other day, I saw something that...
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