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#141: Top 5 Reasons to Shift Healthcare Leadership Norms

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#141: Top 5 Reasons to Shift Healthcare Leadership Norms

March 23, 2022

#141: Top 5 Reasons to Shift Healthcare Leadership Norms

Can we create new leadership norms in healthcare?

Most healthcare leaders and organizations are literally living in  “one day or moment at a time” survival mode. In fact, more and more healthcare leaders are leaving their positions due to burnout.

Therefore, we believe NOW is the perfect time to challenge the current leadership norms and shift to NEW leadership norms.  It is time to be bold enough to stop sacrificing yourself for your team and organization.

We need to create new leadership norms where all healthcare leaders can be their best selves at work and at home, live more balanced lives, experience more joy, and become role models for new emerging leaders.

In this episode, we talk about the top five reasons to shift the healthcare leadership norms and why we are being called to be BOLD.

We also talk about the book of Bronnie Ware, “The Top Five Regrets of the Dying: A Life Transformed by the Dearly Departing,” and how it relates to our current leadership norms.

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https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcast

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