About the course
The physical and psychological tolls of burnout are widely researched today, but what is burnout really and how does it affect physicians? Building Physician Wellness takes a top-down approach to viewing burnout by first allowing physicians to break their prevailing notions and ideas of these complex topics down into their most fundamental parts, language, and conversation. With this increased understanding of the ways in which reframing language can lead to increased wellness, the course then goes on to address other key elements of burnout theory, such as leadership beliefs, assumptions, and conflict management.
After taking this course, you will be able to interpret the differences between prevailing and new leadership theories, distinguished between healthy vs. unhealthy narratives, and explain the importance of conflict and disagreement.
- A New Language for Leadership and Wellness
- Challenging leadership beliefs and assumptions
- The internal narrative
- Managing Conflict Effectively
- Practical Tools for Achieving Wellness
This course is part of our Wellness Series for Physician Leaders.
- Describe the differences between representational and generative language
- Interpret the differences between prevailing and new leadership theories
- Practice distinguishing healthy internal narratives from limiting ones
- Apply knowledge of conversation capacity to your own organization
- Explain the importance of productive conflict and disagreement
- Apply higher level wellness concepts to your own life
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.