Dear leaders: don’t be afraid to get vulnerable

When you visualize a strong leader in the workforce, what do you see? Do you see a rational, put-together figure who makes decisive choices on behalf of their team? Or do you see s...

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How to re-engage the “quiet quitters” in your workplace

Have you heard of “quiet quitting?” The term has been sweeping through social media lately, originally representing the idea of doing only what is required at work and ...

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10 steps to developing a resilient healthcare organization

In 2022, there is little doubt in the minds of healthcare leaders that building organizational resilience is key to the success of the healthcare system as a whole. However, with t...

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3 ways valuing lived experience enhances healthcare

Healthcare is a system based on education and expertise. As healthcare providers, we’re taught to value research, education and the expertise of physicians and specialists. W...

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We all have 28 strengths—are you using all of yours?

What would you say are your greatest strengths? If you’re like most people, you probably have two or three you could point to off the top of your head—ready to go fr...

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A healthcare professional’s guide to becoming a better listener

Effective listening is one of the most important skills a healthcare professional can have in their toolkit. It’s also one of the most difficult skills to make use of in prac...

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How to find the right coach

If you’ve decided to invest in coaching services to better yourself and advance your career, it’s time to choose a coach who will help you achieve your goals. Choosi...

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5 things a coach can help you with

We often hear from clients that when they first hear about coaching, they don’t think the service is relevant to them. What would I talk to a coach about?   I&rsquo...

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