Supporting Healthcare Leaders

Health Care Leaders walk the highwire of complex demands every day, trying to balance the demands of corporate expectations, compliance standards, employees, patients, and/or vendors. Services are offered that support, guide, and equip leaders to stay poised, develop strengths, achieve desired results, and move forward with success.

Dr. Ethan Raath knows from experience as a professional caregiver, the satisfaction of serving people in need as well as the drain on emotional, physical, and spiritual wellbeing that results in stress, compassion fatigue, and burnout. That is why he is passionate about helping leaders stay centered, resilient, and effective.

The Purpose is to care for the heart, mind, and spirit of health care professionals and leaders, providing personalized support to maintain work satisfaction and effective leadership.

Help is provided in containing the high human and financial cost resulting from impaired performance, strained relationships, poor communication, inadequate collaboration, and employee turnover. Benefits include:
Managing stress and countering emotional fatigue
Growing leadership mindset and skills
Sustaining poise in stress filled situations
Improving communication and collaboration
Maintaining effective partnerships and teams
Resolving differences in a timely manner
Retaining valued employees

Reflecting on ethical decision making

I highly value Dr. Ethan Raath’s support and guidance in helping me make vital personal professional decisions. His keen insight into interpersonal and group dynamics makes a difference. David Charles, MD. 

Ethan Raath, ThD., is experienced in patient care, emergency medical services, pastoral care, social service, and nonprofit leadership. He wrote his doctoral dissertation on the effects of stress and burnout in the helping professions. Expertise includes leadership coaching and development, employee relations consulting, and experience as Professor of Health Care Ethics Leadership at Regis University and Interpersonal Communication at Xavier University. He has served on and provided organizational development services for the Boards of international medical missions and other other organizations. Ethan is as a member of the National Response Team for Presbyterian Disaster Assistance.

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Are You Burning Out Self Check.pdf Are You Burning Out Self Check.pdf
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