Healthcare and Medicine

Leaders in Healthcare and Medicine

Leaders in HealthcareThe Leaders in Medicine program supports healthcare leaders who want to build teams that thrive together and proactively drive purpose-driven initiatives while effectively managing high volumes of work and achieving better outcomes. This is a 3-12 month program that can be taken with a group, customized for your team, or included in a personalized coaching program with Nahid.

This program helps healthcare leaders overcome the following challenges:

  • Overwhelm from a high volume of work that slows progress on proactive and purpose-driven initiatives
  • Burnout and stress in yourself and on your team
  • Difficulty balancing self-care with responsiveness to patients, work-team, and family
  • The desire to maintain a high degree of mental resilience and clarity, even when adequate support systems are unavailable

Leaders in Medicine Key Outcomes

Neuroscience-based mental fitness to increase inner calm and mental clarity, even in chaotic environments

Relationship management strategies that allow you to connect more deeply while protecting yourself emotionally

Time management strategies that allow you to get more work done while also taking quiet time to focus on what matters

Mentoring models to support and energize your team, even when they are overworked/p>

Building a purpose-driven culture based on values and infused with mutual support and resilience

How to Sign Up or Learn More

Contact Nahid directly at 714-931-2133 or to learn more about this program and schedule a free consultation.

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