Episode 55: Do What You Want To Do with Gina Geis

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This week on the High Wire Woman podcast, Rosanna Berardi is talking about finding out what you truly want to do. Her guest, Gina Geis, is a practicing neonatologist, and an Associate Professor of bioethics and pediatrics. Gina and Rosanna talk about burnout and why it happens, and share tips on how to deal with it.

You'll hear Rosanna and Ginatalk about:

  1. How Gina got started in medicine.
  2. The intersection of burnout and moral distress is something that needs to be discussed as it speaks to a deeper problem within society.
  3. What Gina discovered in medical literature about coaching as an evidence-based approach to help treat burnout. She tried out the method on herself, then sought training in the field so she could offer service to clients.
  4. The three core elements of burnout: emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and lack of personal and professional accomplishment. When work takes a toll on you to the point where your body is not functioning well, when you are approaching work and people at a distance and not being present, and when the things that previously motivated you, don't anymore, you are burnt out.
  5. High functioning people with burnout still need help. You need a holistic look at how your work and life integrate before you reach a tipping point because that's when it becomes dangerous.
  6. Gina talks about how she maintains her own personal work-life balance, and where High Wire Women can go for more information about her services.

Depending on where you are in your journey, there may be a goal that you're trying to work on. Gina Geis can help you achieve it without putting yourself at risk.

Resources

Rosanna Berardi | LinkedIn

Rosanna Berardi | Berardi Immigration Law

High Wire Woman

Gina Geis | LinkedIn | Twitter

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