A Seriously Dysfunctional Hospital Unit

October 18, 2017

“I’m miserable working in this lunatic asylum,” Jan blurted out. “I’ve never seen anything like what’s happening here, and nothing I do makes a bit of difference.” “Wow. Sounds bad. What’s going on?” I wanted to know. Jan recounted the story of the new nurse who had been threatened. “I have her resignation letter right […]

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Six Skills Required to Improve Healthcare Teams

October 6, 2017

As we ask doctors and nurses to do more than they’ve ever done, and with sicker, more acute patients, the stage is set for mistakes, burnout, and turnover.  The cost is high: in dollars, time, and lives.  A fix is desperately needed. Research applying six principles from the science of optimal functioning – positive psychology […]

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Reset negative emotions with positivity

September 5, 2017

Some say misery loves company. But sharing negativity just makes everyone miserable.

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The Key to Increasing Employee Engagement

August 25, 2017

Business success depends on highly motivated employees. But many organizations plod along with a low level of employee engagement. Workers who are under-engaged can be difficult to identify. The best term for an employee who is not engaged in their job is “clock watcher.” They show up on time, but are more focused on getting […]

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7 Strategies for Managing Your Inner Critic

August 14, 2017

Studies have shown that this inner critic is one of the primary reasons that people languish in a life of mediocrity. To improve your life, you must learn how to effectively “change the channel” – tuning out the voice that’s transmitting self-defeating messages in your mind.

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