Volume 7, Issue 2
Learn what characteristics search consultants and boards are looking for when considering candidates for a CEO position.
A couple years ago, the Certified Physician Executive (CPE) program celebrated its 20-year anniversary, and we reflected on the successes for that credential. As our association approaches its 45th birthday, we again pause and reflect on the many rea...
Proactive planning and processes go a long way toward ensuring organizational quality and continuity — and a much-needed safety net for inevitable leadership transitions. Here’s how to do it.
Many physician leaders wake up one day and realize that they are in a leadership position and are not quite sure how that came to be.
The rise in the research pointing to mindfulness as a reliable way for physicians to improve their resilience, performance, relationships, and well-being should generate interest.
Connecting patients to nature through park prescriptions improves patient health and connections to nature and promotes environmental sustainability.
Knowing why physicians change jobs is a key to recruiting and retaining them.
Physician executives must be able to assess the stability of their jobs by examining certain parameters and then implementing specific job-loss prevention strategies.
This article describes the importance of a leadership development program that is designed to meet the unique needs of physicians as they move into leadership roles within a healthcare organization.
Mentors at Hennepin Healthcare in Minneapolis developed the BETER tool, a cooperative assessment and planning framework to identify and reduce burnout among physician mentees.