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The podcast for GPs, hospital doctors and other professionals in high-stakes, high-stress jobs who want to thrive rather than just survive. You studied for years, you're really good at what you do but you've noticed that you're starting to feel overwhelmed, overworked and under-resourced. You may be comparing yourself to a frog in boiling water - the heat has built up so slowly that you haven’t noticed the extra-long days becoming the norm. You may feel on the edge and trapped in the very jo ...
 
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Over the summer we’ve curated a series of past You Are Not A Frog episodes to help you reflect, take stock, and to help you get some headspace as you prepare for what’s bound to be a busy and challenging Autumn. These episodes are some of my personal favourites and I’m so pleased to be able to share them again. This week… Eff it living. This was on…
 
This week, Rob Bell, Speaker and New York Times Bestselling Author joins us to discuss the perils of the saviour complex and why we try to keep on hustling, even when we’re miserable. Highlights [04:40] What Rob Has Been Up to During The Pandemic Rob started to do things on Zoom and discovered new ways of doing things. [07:25] The Apocalypse The wo…
 
Drs Sarah Coope, George Wright, Samanta White, and Andrew Tressider join us in this episode to discuss how you can adjust your perspective about complaints and how to deal with them. We also tackle unfair or malicious complaints and how you can cope with them. Episode Highlights [07:07] How to Respond When Someone Wishes to Make a Complaint Thank p…
 
Dr James Costello joins us in this episode to talk about gaslighting, relational abuse and the insidious ways that organisations and individuals can undermine us. Highlights [07:36] Dr James’s Background James worked as a workplace counsellor in an occupational health unit of a large hospital in Bristol. He became a trade union caseworker, trying t…
 
Dr Edward Pooley joins us again to teach us how to communicate well. He discusses the three strands of communication and explains how to be aware of them. We also share frameworks to help you navigate difficult conversations. Highlights [05:58] Three Strands of Communication It’s not only what you say, but also the emotion and identity. Try not to …
 
Prof Susan Fairley and Dr Jane Sturgess join us in this episode to discuss how to create a workplace where you can handle difficult conversations and not shy away from failure. Episode Highlights [07:07] The Workplace and the Individual There should be a system at work that allows other people to challenge someone who is not doing the right thing. …
 
Joining us in this episode is Dr. Chris Hewitt who also uses the metaphor of a man-frog in coaching professionals to have a better work-life balance. Chris talks about why we find it so hard to recognize burnout. He also shares his top tips and practical strategies to address work dissatisfaction. Here are three reasons why you should listen to the…
 
Drs Jessica Harland, Heidi Mounsey and Caroline Walker join us in this episode to discuss how to survive the process of receiving and going through a complaint. Episode Highlights [11:12] Why Don’t We Talk About Complaints? So much of a health professional’s self-esteem is based on their career. [13:47] How People Feel When They Make a Mistake at W…
 
Steve Andrews joins us to share the five important questions that will help you check in with your colleagues, rather than check up on them. Through these five questions, leaders can find out how their people really are, help them to solve their own problems and communicate empathy and support. [05:00] Rebuilding the NHS after the COVID Crisis Stev…
 
Do you live in fear that you’ll make a mistake at work? When it does happen, do you find it hard to cope and move forwards? Doctors and other professionals are also human — making mistakes is normal. Knowing this, however, doesn’t take away the stress that comes with going through a complaint or investigation. Since we know that we’re bound to make…
 
This week, Dr Katya Miles returns to talk to us about spotting burnout and giving yourself permission to thrive. Episode Highlights [05:53] Overcoming Perfectionism We need to embrace learning through making mistakes. We often beat ourselves up even if nobody else knows the right thing to do. [11:37] Factors That Lead to Burnout Many professionals …
 
A complaint or investigation is one of the most stressful things you can experience as a healthcare professional, and this is true no matter what sort of job you do. However, we can’t live and work in fear of complaints and we should certainly not beat ourselves up when we make a mistake (and we will do). There are better ways to handle these situa…
 
Dr Andrew Tresidder joins us to talk about denial, displacement and other ways medical practitioners and other professionals in high stress jobs neglect themselves. Episode Highlights [04:46] Burnout Among Health Practitioners Medical and health professionals don't understand health as a holistic concept. The health industry workload gets heavier e…
 
Dr. Hussain Gandhi, or Dr. Gandalf of eGPlearning, joins us in this episode. He is a GP, PCN director, and host of the eGP Learning Podblast that shares deep dives into health tech for primary care. He shares his tech and time hacks for hybrid working to survive and thrive in the new virtual environment. If you want to find out how to improve your …
 
In this episode, Annie Hanekom chats with Rachel about how we need to step out of the drama triangle to have a better and healthier relationship with our colleagues. Episode Highlights [04:28] Enneagram Type 2 or The Rescuer In its simplest form, an Enneagram is a profiling tool. [06:09] The Rescuer in Its Truest Form Type 2s or The Rescuers are mo…
 
Dr Ed Pooley joins us to share his take on time management techniques for busy individuals. Episode Highlights [05:38] The Importance of Maturity and Exploration in Medicine Entering medicine later in life can give you more experience under your belt. Ed also thinks it’s important to explore different processes outside of medicine. He examines what…
 
We're having a short break over Easter but I wanted to share one of our earlier episodes with you again. This was recorded and released long before the COVID pandemic but I think it's never been more relevant than now. In this episode (originally released on 12th November 2019), Rachel is joined by Agnes Otzelberger, a trainer, research and activis…
 
Do you feel lonely and isolated at work? Do you feel as if you have no one with whom to share your issues? Are you looking for your tribe—your community of like-minded individuals? We sometimes separate our professional lives from our personal lives and are totally different people at home. It can be challenging to share your concerns with colleagu…
 
Have you ever wondered why you feel so exhausted even if you’ve just been at home all day? If your someone who works from home a lot more than ever before, feeling tired is completely understandable. Before the pandemic, ‘work’ and ‘home’ didn’t often go together. But now, working well from home is expected of us. However, it’s difficult to fulfill…
 
This week, Dr Claire Kaye joins us to discuss how we can find the career we love. We share tips and talk about networking, diversifying and overcoming career challenges. Episode Highlights [04:16] Claire's Career Journey on How to Find a Career You Love As a GP trainee, Claire knew that she didn't want to be doing clinics nine times a week. Claire …
 
This week, Scott Chambers joins us to talk about psychological safety in teams. Episode Highlights [11:29] What Does Low Psychological Safety Look Like? Difficulty collaborating is because of low psychological safety. People in low safety environments can exhibit unresponsiveness. We always want to be heard, but we don’t always listen. [14:52] How …
 
Do you feel like you’re constantly chasing your tail in everything you do? Have you ever felt like you’d be more productive and successful if you just had more time? With so much on our plates, it seems like the only option is to sacrifice quality time with our loved ones and for ourselves. But if you’re stressed and overwhelmed, fret not! There ar…
 
This week, Richard Jamieson joins us to discuss how using breathing techniques can help you de-stress and keep calm. Episode Highlights [05:14] The Accessibility Of Breathwork Practising meditation and mindfulness helps cope with stress. They’re accessible to everyone. [08:09] What Does Breathing Do To The Body? When we take control of our breath, …
 
Dr Sarah Goulding joins me to discuss how you can bring your best self to work without leaving bits of you behind. Episode Highlights [05:54] Sarah’s Story Sarah is a careers coach, a GP, an appraiser and a trainer. She had always wanted to have a portfolio, but she slowly started to burn out as she gathered roles over time. When Sarah resigned fro…
 
Dr Amrita Sen Mukherjee discusses how we need to get back to basics to make sure we're supporting ourselves and others in these uncertain times. Episode Highlights [05:01] What We Have To Be Positive About In 2021 The vaccination program rollout is something to be excited about. Amrita is also hopeful about Joe Biden’s presidency. She concentrates …
 
Dr Amit Sharma joins to discuss the effects of taking on too many of other people’s burdens and how you can prevent them from weighing you down. Episode Highlights [05:28] What Is A Naughty Monkey? Naughty monkeys are burdens that clients carry. These burdens sometimes stay and weigh down on professionals like doctors and lawyers. [08:58] What Happ…
 
This week, Dr Jess Harvey joins me to share her experience with burnout. We also discuss how you can take care of yourself and top tips for burnt out professionals. Episode Highlights [04:02] Jess’s Story Jess gets injured or something goes wrong with her body when she’s stressed. By the end of her medical school, she developed an eating disorder. …
 
This week, Dr Caroline Walker joins us on another episode of the COVID-19 Supporting Doctors series to share key strategies you need to learn to keep going through the crisis. Episode Highlights [00:56] Our Prospects in 2021 Everyone is excited to leave 2020 behind. COVID-19 is still present despite the promise of vaccines. We are experiencing an a…
 
Have you ever felt stuck and wish you knew what to do next? Many people with high-stress jobs find themselves with competing priorities and too much to think about and do. You may have considered getting a coach, but what if you don’t have the time and resources? When you want to find clarity and be more happy and successful, know that you can actu…
 
You Are Not A Frog regular Nik Kendrew joins me to discuss the concept of happiness. We also talk about perfectionism and fear. At the end of the show, Nik and I give our top tips to being happier by living in the present. Episode Highlights [6:04] Learnings from The Midnight Library With everything that happened, we get reflective and think about …
 
Dr Sonali Kinra joins us in this episode to discuss why people leave their jobs and how to prevent it from happening. We talk about the importance of culture in the workplace and its role in creating an environment that makes people want to stay. Episode Highlights [05:12] Why Good People Leave The GMC report ‘Caring for Doctors, Caring for Patient…
 
Social media is known for its benefits in creating and maintaining connections. It’s also designed to provide us with information—often too conveniently—in just one click. Because of this, it's only natural that we keep on using it, without realizing we're glued to our screens longer than we ought - or want - to be. In this episode, Dr. James Thamb…
 
Bullying doesn’t just happen in the schoolyard — it can happen anywhere, even in the workplace. Workplace bullying and harassment can adversely affect an employee's health, career and performance. Overcoming bullying should never be the victim’s burden; thus, knowing how to support victims may alleviate the situation. In this episode, Rachel chat’s…
 
This week, Michael Ledzion joins us to discuss the cognitive benefits of exercising. We talk about how you can start making small changes in your routine that count in massive ways. Highlights [04:28] Introducing Michael His social enterprise, Sports for Schools, arranges athlete visits to schools. They inspire children to be resilient and engage i…
 
What could be harming you when it comes to spending time with very nice people? Why does this week’s guest stick a picture of a chimp to her computer monitor? And what is the question we should ask ourselves before we say yes to an invitation? This week’s episode is a retrospective on what the first lockdown and subsequent ways of living and workin…
 
Dr Giles P Croft is back to chat with Rachel about his experiences of an unplanned (but surprisingly great) year of sobriety following a revolutionary read he was recommended. You might remember Giles from episode 46, where he talked about how as humans, we naturally default to happiness. Well, one of our other defaults can lead us to distractions …
 
In this week’s episode, Rachel and Dr Surina Chibber share what they have learnt from years of flexible working to help you become more successful and less stressed (and guilt ridden) in your approach to this style of work. Surina is a portfolio GP and co-founder of My Locum Manager which specifically helps GPs manage the tasks that come with flexi…
 
This year, the issue of racial discrimination is forefront in our minds. It exists in every profession and every walk of life. It exists in ways we don’t always realise. It has raised many questions. It has created a sense of discomfort. And it isn’t going away. The subject of racism comes shrouded in societal shame. It’s time to shake off that sha…
 
The week’s episode is a special one as the Frog celebrates a year of podcasting! So this episode turns the table as YANAF regular, Dr Nik Kendrew, puts the spotlight on Rachel. They talk about everything from what this experience has taught Rachel, to the power of ‘F**k It’, how Nik’s inner chimp attacks in the supermarket & one guest’s squeaky bum…
 
This week Rachel is joined once more by Dr Caroline Walker, otherwise known as The Joyful Doctor to look at what on earth has happened over the past 6 months and what we can anticipate in the coming months. It’s fair to say that we’re currently in an adjustment phase, learning how to work and live to the current rules, anticipating changes to these…
 
When we’re starting out in our careers, there’s a lot to remember, to consider and a lot that we’re not prepared for. For doctors, dentists, lawyers and many other high stress professional jobs, we’ve undertaken years of training and yet, we’re (mostly) unequipped to deal with how to manage the money we start making once we qualify . Joining Rachel…
 
Do you sometimes sacrifice your health and happiness for work? Are you unsure of why you do it, or what you can do? It’s a surprisingly common trait amongst doctors and other busy professionals to believe that you’re indispensable. In truth, we know that whilst what we do is important, if we don’t look after ourselves and take time out when we’re u…
 
We may be returning to something of a more normal working life, but there is still a lot of change ahead of us and we face continuing challenges both in our day to day work and leading our teams. Some of our greatest challenges exist around communication - with teams that may be split between being able to meet in person and those working remotely,…
 
Just before lockdown, Rachel recorded this episode that specifically deals with helping individuals and teams manage those difficult conversations that arise during change, conflict and crisis. And it’s fair to say that as we continue, or return to work in our changed world, these conversations have become crucially important Rachel talks with Becc…
 
In our first podcast back after the summer break, Rachel talks with Dr Giles P Croft about his take on how to beat stress and burnout. Giles is a psychology graduate and former NHS surgeon who stepped aside from clinical practice for a decade to explore a number of career paths, including health informatics, cycling journalism, public speaking and …
 
In this episode, Rachel is joined by Sheela Hobden, Professional Certified Coach, wellbeing expert and fellow Shapes Toolkit facilitator. We talk about why rest isn’t just important for wellbeing, but important for productivity and creativity too. As doctors and other professionals, we can think that rest is just for other people, that we are super…
 
In this episode, Rachel is joined by Dr Shani Langdon, a Clinical Psychologist specialising in mindfulness-based approaches. In this episode we discuss Acceptance and Commitment therapy a powerful way to deal with emotions and move forwards in our lives. Shani is an ACT practitioner and we discuss the three stages, firstly how we can choose to fuse…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Rachel is joined again by Dr Caroline Walker – The Joyful Doctor. Caroline is a Psychiatrist, therapist, specialist in the wellbeing of doctors and host of The Joyful Doctor Podcast. This is the sixth in a new series of podcast episodes and videos – COVID-19 Supporting Doctors. In these very difficult times, Caroline…
 
In this episode, Rachel is joined by Dr Jamie Wyllie, GP and Red Whale Lead. Manage. Thrive! Course presenter. We chat about lockdown, what’s we’ve hated about it, how it’s affected us but also the things that we’ve learned about ourselves, our families and our work. Many of us have found we’ve had more time and space as activities have been cancel…
 
In this episode, Rachel is joined by Dame Jane Dacre, Ex-President of the Royal College of Physicians, Consultant Rheumatologist, Author of the Gender Pay Gap in Medicine Report and President of the MPS We talk about the gender pay gap, why it has happened and what effect this has on us. Being a professional woman in medicine (and other professions…
 
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