We live in a society where people are obsessed with early achievement, but most of us don’t explode out of the gates right away. Here’s an interesting post from Ideas.Ted that will have you thinking about your own self-doubt in a different way:
Everybody I know, and certainly all the leaders that I coach are struggling to some degree with overwhelm and emotional exhaustion. This is understandable as it is an extraordinarily difficult time, yet nothing is more important to both your personal well-being and your effectiveness as a professional than attending to this on a daily basis.
Here are some ideas to get you started. What else can you add to the discussion? What works for you? Please add your thoughts to the discussion.
Most of us have had minor setbacks at work. But how do you recover from a setback so big that it causes you to lose your job or completely derails your career? An up-to-date LinkedIn profile is not enough.
Despite increased attention to gender disparities in the workplace, indefensible differences in salary between women and men persist in medicine. One national study of academic physicians in 24 public medical schools found that female physicians make about 10% less than their male counterparts at all academic ranks, even after adjusting for specialty, hours worked, and other variables.
Many people wonder whether they are at the right job, in particular, if they are at the right job to position them for their optimum career trajectory. Read on for some questions everyone should consider: