Burnout, Implosion, and Learning to Breathe (again and deeply) as a Clinician There are two moments in my life where I could place a finger on burnout. The first time, I was an undergraduate. And I called my mother wondering if I should complete college. I was tired …my insides were tired. Looking back, I … Continue reading Save Yourself
Lessons from Life's Last Dance from my coach, Robert H. Seals It's no secret that most of the coaching I have ever found to be beneficial for my sustenance as a clinical leader has been outside the world of therapy. I have had my mother who spent year's as a Chicago Public School teacher, I … Continue reading Why Coaching Matters in Leadership
Sacrificing Yourself is Not Critical to Business Growth A friend asked me if I had read a very popular book that seemed to be on everyone's bookshelf and bookclub selectons. I responded….well no. I purchased it. But I just can't. It's not that I don't like reading. I am just at capacity with information and … Continue reading Find Your Moment.
How Comparison Gets a Clinical Leader In Trouble and the Impact on Company Culture It's all over Instagram, Facebook, Twitter. Pictures of the wonderful lives of people; companies; and families. And comments follow with the hashtag of #relationship goals. And then maybe statements of admiration follow that include "you are so amazing". And I always … Continue reading #Relationship Goals
Creating a Self-Care Culture vs. Telling People What To Do In Self-Care There is a Negro Spiritual that has a song chorus of 'Every Round Goes Higher and Higher'. When I think of self-care, this song rings true. In a nutshell, what worked for me then; simply does not work for me now. In fact, … Continue reading You Can’t Teach What You Don’t Own