Lessons from emergency medicine and beyond about performing when it matters the most and applying knowledge under pressure.
EP 93: Dr. Jen Wagner on Empowering Women to Prosper and Lead
Dr. Jen Wager is a pediatric anesthesiologist, an expert on human performance, and the founder and CEO of PROSPER, a team devoted to wholistic women's performance and helping women thrive. In this episode, we get into women's performance, how organizations can attract, develop, and retain high performing women, how to build environments that help women achieve, and so much more. You can find out more at www.weprosper.co
EP 92: Kim "KC" Campbell on Flying in the Face of Fear
Kim “KC” Campbell is a retired Colonel, serving in the Air Force for 24 years as a fighter pilot, a senior leader, and the Director of the Center for Character & Leadership Development at the Air Force Academy. She is the author of Flying in the Face of Fear: A Fighter Pilot’s Lessons on Leading with Courage. In this episode, we talk about training to perform under pressure, overcoming fear and chaos, and the power of storytelling in training the next generation of operators.
EP 91: Glenn Fox, PhD, on Gratitude and Performance
Dr. Glenn Fox on the neuroscience of emotion, feeling, and decision making, the power of gratitude to transform performance, and much more.
EP 90: Dan Dworkis MD PhD on Excellence in Crisis
Excellence doesn't happen by accident. Dr. Dan Dworkis on searching for and building excellence in crisis.
EP 89: Paul Swinton on Designing for Crisis
Paul Swinton, National Education Lead for the Scottish Air Ambulance Service and co-inventor of SCRAM™, on designing for crisis and fostering innovation.
EP 88: Drew Cathers, MD, on Critical Teamwork and Flight Medicine
Dr. Drew Cathers, ER doc + flight physician, on critical teamwork, building learning organizations, and high-level flight medicine.
I always enjoy the many frameworks presented on this podcast and get so much value from it. Applicable to all facets of life, especially stress management for me!
Even in it’s early stages, this podcast has been beneficial in many facets of my life. There are brilliant nuggets of knowledge here that can be applied to other professions outside of the medical field and life in general. Very much looking forward to more episodes.
This MD is NOT what he preaches at all. Acts “zen” but is rude to ancillary staff. Snarky comments all around.