Volume 6, Issue 6
Leadership, although complex, is often about appreciating others and how they are influenced to achieve even greater outcomes by appreciating their own potential.
A seasoned hiring manager provides insight into how physician leaders can craft a resume that garners attention … and an interview.
As networking opportunities become more easily accessible through social media, it’s important to carefully manage networks and relationships — personal and professional — in order to bolster rather than hinder success.
Leadership training programs have been linked to positive outcomes such as increased knowledge, improved skills, and personal growth. Less attention has been paid to the link between leadership education and physician well-being, including burnout.
This is a report on The Narrative Initiative (TNI) experience from the American Association for Physician Leadership 2019 Spring Summit held in Washington, D.C., that explored use of personal narratives in a professional development session.
A healthcare CEO surveyed colleagues around the country and found that about half had a sufficient understanding of the causes of physician disengagement. She says it’s high time more addressed the problem — and here’s how they can.
With today’s challenges in healthcare, it is essential that physicians are directly involved in healthcare leadership.
As Medicare enrollment grows and the dynamic Medicare Advantage program continues to evolve, provider systems will need to continuously evaluate how they are positioned and what strategies they can implement to adequately manage risk and thrive in a ...
The best way to grow as a leader is to take 100 percent ownership of the workplace problems, including the drama.
I briefly describe here the circumstances surrounding my job losses and offer advice that might help physicians working in organizations large and small recognize their jobs may be in danger and offer steps they can take to help retain their position...
The author presents strategies for developing the reliable standard of care for which all physician leaders strive.