The only thing more important than having routines in our lives? Being willing to break from them, says Kate Huvane Gamble, who discusses the key benefits of “shaking things up.”
In healthcare, it may seem like the work is endless and “all we do is move the ball forward a bit each day,” but if tasks are managed effectively, it can lead to a sense of accomplishment, says Sue Schade.
If you want to avoid being disrupted while on vacation, you have to establish the right culture , says Kate Gamble. And that needs to start long before leaving the office.
In a perfect world, being on vacation means being completely disconnected. But in reality, there are times when checking in is a must, says Sue Schade, who provides guidelines on how to do it.
High turnover can affect more than just the bottom line, says Bryan Kirby, which makes it critical for leaders to take the steps needed to improve retention.