A “MUST-TAKE” COURSE FOR PHYSICIAN LEADERS.
AND FOR ASPIRING LEADERS.
The enduring principles about human behavior taught at Leadership for Physician Executives help physicians find solid, specific solutions to some of their most troubling work-related problems.
In this seminar, participants learn to read people situations more accurately. They become skilled at harnessing the intrinsic motivation and enthusiasm of their teams.
They learn how to capture the frenetic energy released during organizational change and convert it into efficiency, productivity, and new opportunities.
Participants prepare and present a short real-life case, which is explored in faculty-led groups of six or seven physicians, applying a powerful diagnostic, problem-solving model.
Because experienced physicians and clinicians lead the groups, the small-group case discussion sessions are extremely powerful learning forums.
Co-sponsored by Harvard Medical School’s Department of Continuing Education and The Levinson Institute, this seminar has helped over 2,500 physicians worldwide to succeed in challenging leadership roles since 1984.
- Greater understanding of yourself, the people you lead and work with
- Knowledge to lead and influence people—physicians and non-physicians—more effectively
- Solid understanding of how to take charge and lead change in healthcare environments where physician leaders have limited authority
- Skills in becoming a performance-driven, value-adding, and accountable physician-leader
LEADERSHIP FOR PHYSICIAN EXECUTIVES SEMINAR
IN ASSOCIATION WITH HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL
Program length: 5 days
Tuition with lodging and meals: $4,750
Location: Boston, MA
Registration for this seminar is handled by Harvard Medical School’s Department of Continuing Education. Complete seminar and registration information will be available by late summer 2015.
SEMINAR DATES, 2016
Leadership for Physician Executives, Boston, MA
- 10 - 15 Apr 2016