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Inspiration for Employees and their Leaders
Review of the "Leadership and Workplace Mondays" theme from the public HHP Facebook Page, April 2019
|Dare to Lead by Brene Brown
|Power Moves: Lessons from Davos by Adam Grant
- Recommended books to read/listen to this month:
- Brene Brown’s Dare to Lead
- Go here for related leadership and workplace recommendations from the Hospital Handbook Project.
- "Power doesn’t corrupt." Power magnifies who a person is; it magnifies virtues and faults.
- Parapharase from this Washington Post business & economy article from Adam Grant. This is one of those lessons learned when Adam Grant recorded a series of interviews for the audio-only book, Power Moves: Lessons from Davos audiobook.
- Adam Grant’s TED podcast, WorkLife, is a recommended leadership-theme listen from our free resource, “Getting Your Foot in the Door of Hospital-based practice”:
- Good sleep (quality and quantity) fills your resilience bucket. Don’t underrate it.
- Results from a Cigna workplace survey notes that women surveyed reported more lack of sleep than men. Not clear from this article if this is (a) better self-awareness of health than their male colleagues (b) self-awareness of lack and significantly less hours (quantity and quality) due to managing work responsibilities
- “Instead, invite them to think about what kind of person they want to be — and about all the different things they might want to do.”
- Article: “Stop Asking Kids What They Want to Be When They Grow Up” by Adam Grant
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For more recommended reading (books and audiobooks) on leadership, see our Reflecting on Leadership post.
More posts on Leadership
- Lunchtime Listens (audiovisual resource recommendations)
- March 2019 Leadership and Workplace Mondays roundup
- February 2019 Leadership and Workplace Mondays roundup
- January 2019 Leadership and Workplace Mondays roundup
- December Leadership and Workplace Mondays roundup
- November Leadership and Workplace Mondays Roundup
- A leader that practices mindfulness and self-awareness is a positive force in his/her organization
- Making Space for Innovation
- National Academy of Medicine's Clinician Well-being Series--audiovisual resource
- The Mind of a Leader
You can request a pdf copy of this blogpost via the website for the cost of a cup of coffee. All proceeds go toward basic operating costs to keep this HH Project work going. Thank you.