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Healthcare’s MissingLogic: Attention Healthcare Leaders! Busy is a Badge of Burnout

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Healthcare’s MissingLogic: Attention Healthcare Leaders! Busy is a Badge of Burnout

May 26, 2022

Healthcare’s MissingLogic: Attention Healthcare Leaders! Busy is a Badge of Burnout

How many times do you say, “I’m fine, I’m just really busy” when people ask you how you are?

Being busy becomes a status symbol as a healthcare leader.

In fact, the more you can do, the more you’re asked to do, and the more you feel you’re bringing value to your team and your organization.

In this podcast, we talk about why being busy is a badge of burnout, not honor.

We also discuss the importance of setting boundaries for healthcare leaders and some warning signs you are wearing a badge of burnout.

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-| This episode originally aired on December 29, 2021 on Healthcare’s MissingLogic Podcast. Listen, follow and subscribe here.

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