Ep. 11 - Is Medicine Changing Your Core Values?

In this week’s episode, we sit down with Dr. Adam Harrison. He shares with us how he believes physicians should live, love, and lead by their values and do work that is in alignment with their values. Medicine can take over your core values and in order to prevent burnout and the loss of empathy he shares methods to focus on keeping your core values front and center in your practice. He also touches on how to be a kind person, a kind leader, and compassionate to yourself, as well as others. 


Meet Dr. Adam Harrison: 

Dr. Adam Harrison is a Family Physician, Lawyer, and Leadership Coach who, as a result of his personal experiences, specializes in confidence and mindset coaching for professionals who have been on the receiving end of workplace bullying.  

The underpinning philosophy to both his workplace bullying and detoxifying toxic cultures work, is mental and physical well-being, so he does a lot of work in that arena too. 

He strongly believes in doing work aligned with his core values (honesty, justice, gratitude, love, and humor) and he believes that shines through in his work. 

You can find Dr. Adam Harrison here: 

Website: www.dradamharrison.com  

Podcast: Inspiring Women Leaders  

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/dradamharrison  


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