137: What you need to know about quiet quitting
More and more employees are rejecting hustle culture and embracing a workplace attitude called “quiet quitting” in which they meet the minimum requirements of their job. In this episode, Rachel (Rae Woods) talks with Joe Folkman, co-founder and President of the leadership and organizational development firm Zenger Folkman, about why he thinks quiet quitting is more of a reflection on leadership and not employees. Rae also talks with Advisory Board researchers Rachel Zuckerman and Allyson Paiewonsky about what quiet quitting could look like in clinical and non-clinical settings.
- Are your workers 'quiet quitting'?
- Are your staff 'quiet quitting?' You need to build a better relationship with them.
- 'Quiet quitting' is happening in healthcare too
As we emerge from the global pandemic, healthcare is restructuring. What decisions should you be making, and what do you need to know to make them? Explore the state of the healthcare industry and its outlook for next year by visiting advisory.com/HealthCare2023.