Key performance indicators (KPIs) exist in all professions and are essential in not only helping businesses succeed but also in helping employees understand how they can be successful in their role. Are you an employee struggling to balance your employer’s expectations, maintain your professional integrity AND mental well-being?

On this page, discover:

  • How to have meaningful workplace conversations that avoid conflict and that may better help you achieve your desired outcomes.
  • Two case studies that demonstrate how an optometrist could respond to pressure to meet a performance target that is not in the best interests of the patient.
  • Webcasts to help you navigate complex conversations as well as maintain professional integrity and avoid burnout.

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