Elevating clinical leadership contributions
Many clinical leaders—often chosen for their clinical or technical excellence—find themselves ill-equipped for the challenges of leadership. With the advent of accountable care, the need for strong clinical leaders is even more acute. Benefit from our extensive curriculum, experience, and expertise to develop and engage your physician and nurse leaders.
How We Help
Engaging physicians in leadership
Drawing from our robust library of workshops, we craft a highly tailored curriculum to meet your specific physician leader development needs. Whether your goal is to build a stronger bench of qualified and motivated physicians ready to step up into leadership positions or to better engage and align existing physician leaders with organizational strategy, our proven curriculum and expert faculty can help.
Across 2,500 workshops taught to physician audiences, our faculty have a track record of success: Over 80% of physician participants rate our faculty as “excellent.”
In addition to Leader Development for physicians, we also partner with executive teams to build a strong organizational culture of Physician Collaboration.
Elevating nurse manager effectiveness
With over 10 years of experience teaching nurse manager (and high potential staff nurse) audiences, we have the curriculum, faculty and resources to equip your nursing leaders for success. Whether focusing on building core leadership and management skills, or developing advanced skills to support specific strategic initiatives, our proven approach ensures a stronger, more capable cadre of nursing leaders.
Fostering interdisciplinary collaboration and effectiveness
In addition to serving focused clinical audiences, we have extensive experience working with interdisciplinary groups. Our faculty and service teams can recommend a sequence of workshops and application activities to help build relationships and collaboration across and among all disciplines.
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