From care giver to care leader – Advancing in healthcare through coaching – New York Breakfast and Panel
October 24 @ 8:00 am - 10:30 am EDT
“Evidence suggests that leadership quality affects patients, healthcare system outcomes, and finances alike. For example, hospitals with higher rated management practices and more highly rated boards of directors have been shown to deliver higher quality care and have better clinical outcomes, including lower mortality. Enhanced management practices have also been associated with higher patient satisfaction and better financial performance. Effective leadership additionally affects physician well-being, with stronger leadership associated with less physician burnout and higher satisfaction.”
Physicians are given very little if any training in management or leadership. So how does a doctor or medical care provider go from technical (medical) expert to phenomenal leader? One proven way is through executive coaching. Coaching is particularly adapted to the physician leader’s mental models, time constraints, and leadership ambitions.