In this episode I interview Andrew Sykes of Habits at Work (www.habitsatwork.com and www.bratlab.com). His company helps organizations of all kinds tap their greatest source of competitive advantage - their people. Andrew and I talk about the pivotal habits that are essential for helping companies (and schools) foster the health, happiness, and security of all their employees. Time flew during this interview. Andrew had so many great things to share about how to develop habits to improve all aspects of your professional and personal life that we may need to do a part two. You can reach Andrew by email at email@example.com and on Twitter @sykesandrew. Enjoy this interview with Andrew Sykes.
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Ever since I read her book Every Patient Tells a Story, I have wanted to talk to Dr. Lisa Sanders. Dr. Sanders is a physician, author, and teacher of physicians. Her speciality is what works and what doesn’t work in the process of diagnosis. We talk about everything from how the process of diagnosis is like a detective story and how the cognitive biases inherent in the process apply to decision making for school leaders. We get into health, wellness, work-life balance (spinning multiple plates), diet, exercise, burnout, and how to get comfortable with uncertainty. We even talk about Dr. Sanders’s favorite and least favorite TV shows about doctors. Enjoy this interview with Dr. Lisa Sanders.
Send your comments, questions, and show ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org. Consider rating the podcast in iTunes and leaving a comment. And please pass the show along to your colleagues.
If you’d like help improving your productivity skills, please contact me at email@example.com or on twitter @doughtymike.