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From illuminating case studies to interactive workbooks, improve overall well-being and inform cultural best practices at your organization with these essential healthcare resources.
Listen in as Dr. Bonnie Clipper and Dr. Michael Peterson, health equity lead for Accenture, spotlight the need for healthcare professionals to take care of themselves first.
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Tria Deibert, VP of Culture at Hackensack Meridian Health, is a warrior for organizational culture. As a culture leader herself, she understands it takes a team, not a person, to build company culture. In today’s episode, you’ll hear Tria talk about the challenge of merging two organizations and the lessons she learned from that experience.
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In collaboration with Wambi, the Gut + Science Podcast Healthcare Series hosted by Nikki Lewellen, Director of Partnerships at Wambi, highlights accomplished, people-first healthcare CEOs (and executives) that share their powerful mindsets, experiences and tools that have helped them succeed. The show encompasses all areas of human capital at work and the successful best practices that breed healthy, engaged organizations.
Listen in as Dr. Bonnie Clipper and Julia Geer, seasoned Healthcare Technology Executive focused on innovation and launching first-class technologies, discuss compounding stress in the USA and how admission of difficulty and developing a mindful pause is necessary to be able to tap into compassion and gratitude.
To learn more, connect with Julia Geer or LinkedIn.
Listen in as Dr. Bonnie Clipper and Dr. James Dickens, Senior Program Manager at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid in Dallas, discuss how nurses are consistently viewed as the most trusted profession in the US and should be at the table to give their perspective on all that is happening in our world.
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