Christian Macke in the OPED podcast "Operation Imminent"

Bet­ter decis­i­ons in stressful situa­tions – Chris­ti­an Macke | OPED podcast

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Ope­ra­ti­on Imminent

Ope­ra­ti­on Immi­nent – the pod­cast for young doc­tors who are at the begin­ning of their care­ers. For peo­p­le who want to recon­ci­le fami­ly and work in a stressful envi­ron­ment. For peo­p­le who want to take the lead. For peo­p­le who want to impro­ve col­la­bo­ra­ti­on in medi­ci­ne. We take a look behind the sce­nes of ever­y­day hos­pi­tal life and inter­view per­so­na­li­ties who speak open­ly about care­ers, lea­der­ship and collaboration. 

What are we doing here? 

We meet doc­tors who are com­mit­ted. For tho­se who are still at the begin­ning of their care­ers. For young peo­p­le who want to com­bi­ne work and fami­ly in a stressful envi­ron­ment. For mana­gers who want to lead huma­nely despi­te high eco­no­mic pres­su­re in the cli­nic. We lead our lis­ten­ers into the are­as of the work envi­ron­ment that are more hid­den. And have alre­a­dy recei­ved a lot of inspi­ring insights into an exci­ting job.

Bet­ter decis­i­ons in times of stress

Incre­asing qua­li­ty mea­su­re­ment, eco­no­mic pres­su­re, respon­si­ble pati­ents and, last but not least, employees who demand a good work-life balan­ce: fac­tors that do not make the head doctor’s job any easier. The new role of chief phy­si­ci­ans is chal­len­ging. In our pod­cast today I want to know: How do I deal with stress? How do I deal with mista­kes? And how do I deal with pressure?

“Our own free­dom beg­ins whe­re we begin to tre­at our­sel­ves honest­ly and benevolently.”

Chris­ti­an Macke, lea­der­ship at Dietz Trai­ning & Part­ner, about himself:

“With cla­ri­ty and cor­dia­li­ty, I am com­mit­ted to ensu­ring that peo­p­le deve­lop their own strength and crea­ti­vi­ty. I enjoy being a mana­ger, explo­rer, late­ral thin­ker and an under­stan­ding lis­te­ner. My cli­ents app­re­cia­te my peace and quiet and the shared explo­ra­ti­on space in which we quick­ly get to the point. In the desi­gna­ted cor­po­ra­te suc­ces­si­on of Dietz Trai­ning und Part­ner, I stand for the fact that we con­ti­nuous­ly impro­ve the sus­taina­bi­li­ty of our offers and procedures.

Befo­re that, I ran hos­pi­tals in pri­va­te cli­nic groups for 11 years. The expe­ri­ence of deve­lo­ping teams of experts in a com­plex busi­ness ope­ra­ti­on was par­ti­cu­lar­ly valuable to me. As a sys­te­mic orga­niza­tio­nal deve­lo­per and coach with fur­ther trai­ning in psy­cho­the­ra­py, I love lear­ning mys­elf and explo­ring com­plex rela­ti­onships with my cli­ents more deep­ly. With the increase in awa­re­ness, new opti­ons for action arise. “

Dietz Trai­ning & Part­ner have been known for sus­tainable chan­ge for over 20 years. As spe­cia­lists for emo­tio­nal intel­li­gence and per­so­na­li­ty deve­lo­p­ment in com­pa­nies, they sup­port peo­p­le in their dou­ble chall­enge: to lead ones­elf and others more consciously.

Orga­niza­ti­ons are suc­cessful­ly and sus­tain­ab­ly deve­lo­ped by matu­re per­so­na­li­ties. Their com­pe­tence makes them mul­ti­pli­ers for chan­ge and deve­lo­p­ment. Inves­t­ing in Emo­tio­nal Intel­li­gence is an invest­ment in the enti­re organization.

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