Category Archives: Empowerment

Inactivity is not the answer. Reducing demands does not mean sitting around with nothing to do. Idleness would not do much for your career profile. Idleness could get dull. The issue is what you do, not whether you do something … Continue reading

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When conducting an analysis of data from hospital surveys a few years ago, I noticed that there were 10 people who had made huge improvements on exhaustion and cynicism, the core elements of burnout. They had improved by 3 points … Continue reading

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