Well-being Best Practices & Other Ideas
from Michigan Medicine Faculty & Staff

Interested in learning what others are doing to improve well-being in these six domains?

Burnout is defined as a syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed.

A feeling of belonging on a team in which everyone is safe to speak up without fear of embarrassment, rejection or punishment.

The ability to disconnect from work when away from work and a allows space for work and home to co-exist when the need arises.

Respect, recognition and the ability to provide input into how faculty, staff and learners work.

Leaders listen, encourage feedback from team and address concerns in a transparent and caring manner.

Contributing in the ways one values most at work and a positive connection to colleagues, patients, leaders, and/or others in the work environment.