Freeing Doctors to Be the Leaders They Are: A Treatment for Physician Burnout

Authoritarian, command-and-control, orders followed to a T—that’s what most of us assume about military leadership. Movies and media tell us it’s true, especially when it comes to high intensity environments. If we don’t have total control, how will we be safe from attack or catastrophe! It’s strange, then, to discover that a person trained in […] Continue Reading

Healthcare Leadership for Balance, Not Battle: Grow Your True Genius

“True genius resides in the capacity for evaluation of uncertain, hazardous, and conflicting information.” When Winston Churchill shared this wisdom, I doubt he was thinking of healthcare leadership in the twenty-first century. Doctors, nurses, and other providers understand the Churchill quote viscerally. It’s a description of every minute of their workday. Danielle Ofri even created […] Continue Reading

The Mystery of Technology and Healthcare: 3 Clues to Follow Now

Way back in 2014, the world faced a milestone—of sorts. It certainly said something about how far we had come in our technological lives. A man in Taiwan filed for divorce from his wife, claiming her smartphone addiction as the cause. I doubt it was the first time technology and relationships clashed in exactly that […] Continue Reading