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#148: How Post Traumatic Growth Can Help You Thrive as a Healthcare Leader

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#148: How Post Traumatic Growth Can Help You Thrive as a Healthcare Leader

This episode talks about the “post-traumatic growth” mindset and strategy that can help you move the negative outcomes from the past into a place of positive healing, well-being, and personal…
May 11, 2022

#148: How Post Traumatic Growth Can Help You Thrive as a Healthcare Leader

We know healthcare clinicians and leaders have been through unbelievable stress and trauma over the past two years. In fact, they had to make difficult decisions and deal with very challenging situations during the  Covid-19 pandemic.

Therefore, understanding post-traumatic growth and some simple action steps can be helpful to healthcare leaders and organizations to support their emotional, spiritual, and physical well-being.

In this podcast, we talk about how a “post-traumatic growth” mindset and strategy can help you move the negative outcomes from the past into a place of positive healing, well-being, and personal growth.

We also discuss the five domains of post-traumatic growth and how they align with our work with healthcare leaders in our multiple coaching programs leveraging our Dynamic Balance Effect™ Framework.

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