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Peak Performance Starts With Positive Intelligence

Work-related stress is at an all-time high for healthcare professionals — and the resulting burnout is causing an exodus from the profession. Work-related stress negatively impacts healthcare worker efficiency, quality of care, and overall quality of life. It affects the bottom line, too. The American Medical Association attributes nearly $1 billion in annual excess healthcare costs to physician turnover each year.

There’s no question that systemic changes are needed to reduce the burden on healthcare professionals in this post-pandemic world. But what can be done today to mitigate burnout and protect the wellbeing of healthcare professionals?

Welcome to Positive Intelligence, the leading mental fitness training program for the healthcare industry. The Positive Intelligence Program is a proven neuroscience-based approach to mental fitness. It helps individuals and teams to intercept sabotaging thought patterns and generate a positive mindset. Positive Intelligence provides tools to help healthcare professionals and teams meet daily demands and improve wellbeing with applied mental fitness training.

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Global Healthcare Professionals Face Critical Challenges

  • At least 25% of the global health workforce experiences anxiety, depression and burnout symptoms.¹

  • 62% of U.S. physicians and 49% of European physicians are concerned about staffing shortages in their hospitals or clinics.²

  • One fifth of U.S. doctors and one fourth of European doctors have considered leaving the profession in the past year.²

  • U.S. hospitals that implement burnout reduction programs report spending 30% less on burnout attributed turnover costs.³

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    63% of physicians are experiencing some sign of burnout. This increase is a marked jump up from 38% just one year earlier at the end of the first year of the pandemic.⁴

Positive Intelligence Boosts Performance and Wellness Among Participants*

*Based on survey results from cohort of >2000 Positive Intelligence Program participants after six weeks of mental fitness training



are better at teamwork and collaboration



manage stress better



use mental/emotional energy more effectively



increase happiness



are better at conflict management



improve self-confidence

No Other Solution Covers the Depth of Positive Intelligence


Positive Intelligence delivers mental fitness training to help healthcare professionals achieve their full potential for performance, wellbeing, and happiness. The program is specifically designed to help individuals and teams:

Positive Intelligence uses an app to systematically build the foundational pillars of mental fitness

    • Complete the program virtually, with no travel necessary.


    • Learn to apply the principles of a positive mindset across all areas of life to improve relationships, wellness, and performance.
    • Identify the root causes of resistance to change, resulting in sustained, positive change.


    • Invest a minimal amount of time each day; no need to miss work or deprioritize other commitments.
    • Use positive mindset practices to maximize the ROI of future training investments.


    • Share learnings with others at work and at home to reinforce concepts. Family members have access to the app.

Positive Intelligence Is the Gateway to Emotional Intelligence (EQ)

Discouraged healthcare professionals are vulnerable to adopting a negative mindset that actively sabotages their performance. Studies show that healthcare professionals with higher EQ are better able to moderate the impact of negative emotions, and as a result, are less vulnerable to burnout.

The Positive Intelligence program represents a breakthrough in the ability to raise EQ across an organization. Our factor analysis research dramatically simplifies the process of building EQ by identifying the root-level building blocks of EQ. In the Positive Intelligence program, 17 out of 18 EQ competencies are automatically developed through intercepting negative thought patterns and activating the self-command center of the brain.

Strengthening these habit-forming muscles leads to lasting positive change for program participants.* 

*Percent of participants reporting improvement after only six weeks of Positive Intelligence Program



experience EQ growth



improve service orientation competency



improve conflict management competency



improve change catalyst competency



improve influence competency

Mental Fitness Matters in Healthcare

Healthcare professionals who strengthen their EQ competencies through mental fitness training are better able to handle the challenges that come their way including:

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    Burnout caused by long hours, excessive workloads, and inadequate breaks

  • Saboteur Origin

    Discouragement due to lack of support, absenteeism, and high turnover

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    Decreased productivity due to high stress levels

How Positive Intelligence Works

The PQ Program helps you build new mental muscles that intercept negative thoughts and activate your positive reflexes. By shifting the balance of power in your mind, you’ll experience an increase in energy, focus, and peace of mind.

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1. Abdul Rahim HF, Fendt-Newlin M, Al-Harahsheh ST, Campbell J. Our duty of care: A global call to action to protect the mental health of health and care workers. Doha, Qatar: World Innovation Summit for Health, 2022. https://2022.wish.org.qa/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/QFJ9259-02-Our-Duty-Of-Care-WEB.pdf

2. 2022 Apollo Healthcare Predictions, 2022. https://apollointelligence.net/2022/02/24/2022-apollo-healthcare-predictions/?utm_source=pressrelease&utm_medium=pressrelease&utm_campaign=pressrelease

3. Muir, K. Jane BSN, RN∗; Wanchek, Tanya N. PhD, JD†; Lobo, Jennifer M. PhD†; Keim-Malpass, Jessica PhD, RN∗,‡. Evaluating the Costs of Nurse Burnout-Attributed Turnover: A Markov Modeling Approach. Journal of Patient Safety 18(4):p 351-357, June 2022. https://journals.lww.com/journalpatientsafety/Citation/2022/06000/Evaluating_the_Costs_of_Nurse_Burnout_Attributed.13.aspx

4. Tait D. Shanafelt, MD, Colin P. West, MD, PhD, Lotte N. Dyrbye, MD, MHPE, Mickey Trockel, MD, PhD, Michael Tutty, PhD, Hanhan Wang, MPS, Lindsey E. Carlasare, MBA, Christine Sinsky, MD Changes in Burnout and Satisfaction With Work-Life Integration in Physicians During the First 2 Years of the COVID-19 Pandemic, September 2022. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mayocp.2022.09.002