Some physicians achieve leadership—perhaps you want to “make a difference”. Others have leadership thrust upon them—maybe it’s your turn, or nobody else will do it. Likely neither type has any training on how to be a people manager. Often, physicians are expected to learn by osmosis; their lessons, too often, come from making mistakes. Given the complexity of health care organizations, administrators and physicians need a sophisticated set of management skills to be successful. This course focuses on those skills: the “how to’s” of successfully managing people and their work.
This course can be customized and delivered in-house at your organization, meeting or conference to physicians and/or interdisciplinary teams.