In this episode, we welcome Nicola F. De Paul, a clinical psychologist and health systems leadership consultant. Together, we dive into the topic of burnout among health care leaders. The COVID-19 pandemic has put immense stress on health care workers, and many are now dealing with the aftermath of the Great Resignation, stripped-down staffing levels, and a culture that treats health care professionals as machines. The result is that not only are frontline employees and senior managers depleted, but executive leaders are also at risk of burnout.
Nicola suggests that health care executives must take the time to ask themselves five courageous questions to disrupt this destructive cycle. These questions include: Am I burned out? Am I overworking? How can I communicate more effectively? How can I empower my employees to find creative solutions? And finally, how can I align my actions with my core values? By taking the time to answer these questions and make changes in the way they approach their work and care for themselves, health care leaders can improve their well-being and the well-being of their employees and patients.
Nicola F. De Paul is a clinical psychologist and a health systems leadership consultant.
She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, “5 questions C-suite leaders must be willing to ask to address burnout and create thriving health care organizations.”
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