Your company just hired some new talent. Here are ten ways to help them settle in – even if you’re not in a leadership position. 1. Introduce yourself: When you meet the new employee, introduce yourself and offer to help them get oriented. Explain your job and what you can do to help them feel comfortable inContinue reading “Take The Lead! 10 Ways To Set Your New Colleagues Up For Success”
Feeling stressed? You’re not alone. According to the American Institute of Stress, stress is one of the leading causes of illness in the United States, costing employers an estimated $300 billion annually due to burnout and stress-related health problems. But don’t worry, there are plenty of ways to deal with stress that can help youContinue reading “Top 15 Strategies You Can Use Right Now To Manage Stress”
Do you feel like you’re constantly under pressure at work? Are you struggling to find ways to cope with the stress of your healthcare career? The Covid19 Pandemic has brought about several challenges for healthcare professionals across the country. “5 Tips to Navigate Your Stressful Healthcare Career” is a short foundational book that offers suggestionsContinue reading “Got Stress? Here’s 5 Tips To Navigate Your Stressful Healthcare Career”
It’s been a phenomenal week. Yesterday, I had the great honor of helping new #Nurse graduates by teaching them about how to optimize their #LinkedIN profile. My mission is to coach the #healthcare professionals and teams who care for all of us. Additionally, I believe that if you optimize your LinkedIN profile (and also keepContinue reading “Let Your LinkedIN Profile Work For You While You Work In Your Career”
When the rest of us are asleep or celebrating holidays with our loved ones, healthcare professionals across the country are leaving their families to go and care for ours.
But when you add the dynamics and challenges of a global pandemic like the coronavirus to your career, which is already stressful, learning how to cope now needs to be significantly more comprehensive.
Dr. Thompson defines “moral stress” when healthcare professionals care for “terminally ill or traumatically injured patients or in situations where lack of facilities, time, supplies, expertise, or other resources constrain their ability to provide needed care.”
There are many stressors in our lives, such as work, family, money, and health. While we can’t avoid all stressors, we can learn how to manage them effectively.