Coaching for Doctors resources
Please download these free resources to help you on your journey to a well-balanced work life.
For Doctors and Healthcare Workers
Creating Life Balance: 6 keys for a balanced life | Know your strengths and where to focus on improving | 7 steps to sustain balance: it’s easier to follow a proven plan, co-designed and used by doctors already | A success story: how an overwhelmed doctor brought joy and balance back into life.
A bonus Life Balance self assessment to support you, will be sent when you download the Creating Life Balance report. Whatever your score is, you can create a balanced life. That dream is possible when you master these keys and I can help you achieve that.
For Organisations and Workplaces
Thriving healthcare workers attain and maintain long term effectiveness. Access our complimentary report and learn how the right skills in healthcare workers will improve outcomes for patients, employees and your organisation. Improve your organisations results through our workforce wellbeing report:
Creating a Well Healthcare Workforce: Why physical resourcing is not enough to be effective | How to move from the organisational cycle of suffering to the cycle of success | 6 keys to a flourishing workforce to achieve organisational goals | 7 step process to building the right skills in your workforce for sustained success over the long term.
Sharee’s white paper ‘Coaching for Doctors: A Balanced Life’ explores how coaching can help you in your work as a doctor and as an employer of doctors in four key ways:
1. Deliver excellent patient care, improving health outcomes for the patient
2. Achieve work-life balance for doctors
3. How the systemic use of coaching can improve the whole healthcare system
4. Prevent burnout systemically by using coaching as a means to build individual skills.
Healthcare leaders cannot continue to support systems and structures that lead to high levels of burnout in doctors and nurses year after year. The healthcare system is simply not sustainable in this context. Healthcare organisations could be and should be, healthy for everyone including every doctor. Coaching doctors can help achieve this goal.
This paper explores how the systemic use of coaching can help healthcare develop the skills of doctors so that they can lead teams more effectively and take better care of themselves, their colleagues and their patients. Coaching embedded at the most systemic level could mean that this more developed workforce could alter the healthcare system significantly to be safer and more effective for all.