Monday, October 29, 2012

Leadership for Physician Executives

The course "Leadership for Physician Executives" is presented by Harvard Medical School's Department of Continuing Education and The Levinson Institute.

In this seminar, physician-leaders examine the implications of new and different kinds of power and recognition, changes in ethics and values, and changes in relations with colleagues and others. Participants confront problems in motivation, decision making, conflict resolution, stress, change, and the leadership dilemma of being accountable for others.

Key Outcomes
  • Greater understanding of yourself, your direct reports, and others;
  • Knowledge to manage people—physicians and non-physicians—more effectively;
  • Solid understanding of how to take charge and lead change in healthcare environments; and
  • Skills in becoming a performance-driven, vigilant, and accountable physician-leader.
The next course is scheduled for April 7-12, 2013. You can learn more here.

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