Cultivating Leadership in the Medical Practice
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About this program
Back by Popular Demand. Rebroadcast of a PMI favorite.
Practice leaders plays a vital role in shaping a health care organization's culture and ensuring its ability to address complex health care delivery issues. The business of healthcare offers numerous challenges for its leaders. Providers are expected to deliver the most efficient and high-quality care possible while working long hours in often stressful work environments. Clinical and support staffs’ workflows are routinely impacted by ever-evolving technologies, regulations, and guidelines.
Join Sharon Turner for an enthusiastic discussion on navigating these challenges while actively cultivating effective and ethical practice leaders. The cultivation of leadership competencies is essential for sustaining a thriving practice, retaining an engaged team, and consistently providing quality patient care.
A variety of management approaches offer leaders techniques for communicating with and motivating individuals under their responsibility. When most professionals think about leadership competencies, they tend to think about conflict resolution, emotional intelligence, people management, problem-solving, strategic thinking, and project management. Facilitative leadership skills can also be utilized in your medical practice to create conditions that allow staff to thrive and benefits the practice. This secret ingredient can empower practice leaders to solve significant challenges and effectively overcome barriers. Invest an hour of your time today to learn how to cultivate effective leadership in your organization that will pay dividends tomorrow.