I’m a locum Pediatric Hospitalist with over 30 years experience. I’ve seen bullying at every hospital where I’ve worked. Bullying is a huge driver of burnout. I have a system and a science that has shut down a bully in 3 days and turned around an entire department in 3 weeks. My process builds emotional intelligence and gives you the skills to navigate difficult situations with coworkers and colleagues. It can build leaders. People I’ve helped say it has made them a better partner, spouse, and parent. If these values are important to you, contact me.
Throughout my career, I have seen bullying drive physicians to burnout, myself included. My turning point was when I was being bullied by a nurse who argued every order I wrote, argued every policy with me, and contradicted every bit of counseling I did with parents and grandparents. Around the same time, my office assistant from my previous job committed suicide due to bullying. I’d had enough. I had to take action.
I found a solution and implemented it. I shut down the bully, improved relations in that unit, increased collaboration and teamwork throughout the hospital.
I continue to work on the frontlines of healthcare while working as a coach. How else can I keep in touch with what is happening to healthcare workers? I continue to take courses to improve my emotional and spiritual intelligence and ensure that I continually increase the depth of my meaning, vision and value. I seek out the best mentors so that you can receive my best.