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How Lean Leadership Relates to Burnout

Dr. Paul DeChant is a thought leader to C-level executives pursuing organizational well-being. He is an authority on reducing physician burnout by fixing dysfunction in the clinical workplace. He is co-author of the book, “Preventing Physician Burnout: Curing the Chaos and Returning Joy to the Practice of Medicine”, speaks internationally, and blogs regularly at www.pauldechantmd.com.

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The Power of Coaching
Career Coaching
Laura Suttin, MD, MBA, MCPDC

The Power of Coaching

I began working with a professional coach approximately 10 years ago. At the time, I was a newly divorced mom of a young daughter, a practicing physician, a new medical

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Quint Studer - Focus on Retention
Employee Engagement
Quint Studer

Focus on Retention: Questions to Ask a New Employee

When I hear from leaders, staffing is almost always at or near the top of the biggest issues they are facing. It seems we are constantly asking ourselves, Do we have enough staff? This question usually centers on the number of staff. If we are fortunate enough to have the needed numbers, then the discussion moves to items like, What is the experience level of our staff? Usually it is both. One, there’s not enough staff, and two, there’s a lot of inexperience in the staff.

There are no easy answers, or no answers at all.

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Career Coaching
Kurt Scott

Physician Leadership: Through Coaching, Doctors Get a New Toolkit

Nwando Anyaoku, MD, MPH, MBA, is Chief Health Equity Officer at Swedish Health.  A successful physician coach and mentor, Anyaoku is also a faculty member in Carnegie Mellon University’s Master of Medical Management, a graduate degree solely for physician leaders and executives.  Anyaoku recently shared her observations on how coaching can be a valuable tool not only during times of struggle, but throughout a physician’s career.

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Dana Corriel

How Much Should I Be Paid for My Speaking?

Dana Corriel MD weighs in on the factors involved in determining compensation for speaking gigs. It isn’t always a cookie-cutter formula. Read the original article here: https://doctorsonsocialmedia.com/how-much-should-i-be-paid-for-my-speaking   Someone in

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Employee Retention
Quint Studer

The Power of the Stay Interview

Many businesses are desperately seeking good employees right now. Yours may be one of them. But even if you’re not feeling the impact of the talent shortage yet, there’s a

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Call for Blog Writers
Kurt Scott

Call for Writers!

Have an idea for a blog article regarding physician leadership? We would love to hear from you! Feel free to send your ideas to me at kurt@plc-network.com  

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Kurt Scott

Introducing a newly formed collaboration with Brown University

The newly formed collaboration between Physician Leadership Career Network and Brown University is designed to make a world-class Ivy League master’s degree available to members and associates of the
PLC-Network — at a discount not available to others in the healthcare industry.

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Find What’s Right and Recreate It.

Find What’s Right and Recreate It. (Some Questions That May Help)

Have you ever noticed that when things don’t go well, there’s always a meeting afterward? It’s typical for companies to do a deep dive, analyzing step by step what went wrong and how to fix it. We spend a lot of time, energy, and heartache focusing on what goes wrong.

There is nothing wrong with this: troubleshooting problems, creating solutions, and infusing them into your processes and procedures is critical to helping your business get better and better. However, it’s only one side of the story.

Quint Studer

What blocks us from getting things done? 9 barriers and how to overcome them| Quint Studer

I’ve been fortunate to meet and work with all kinds of people over the years: entrepreneurs, leaders and employees in companies of all different sizes and industries, elected officials and citizens in cities and towns across the country. And since I love to learn, I’ve paid attention to what separates people who regularly meet their goals from people who don’t.

Studer: Tips for new leaders

This week I received a note from someone who just was selected to a leadership position and wanted to create a great culture at his new stop.
So I sent the first tip I always give to new leaders.
Ask your employees questions. Conduct a survey.

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Run TO a new job not FROM

It’s Better to Run TO a New Job Than FROM a Current One

A person reached out to me sometime back about a potential job change. A company had called him to recruit him. It is always exciting to know a company feels highly enough about us to reach out. The conversation made me think about how employees approach new job offers. Are they excited about moving on to a great opportunity? Or are they mostly relieved to be escaping bad circumstances? And what role has the current company played in bringing them to this decision?


For Physicians – on getting your first leadership gig

It’s difficult for potential employers to pull the trigger on someone for a leadership role without a history or track record of success. With that in mind, you have to demonstrate to them you have the drive and passion that’s helped you prepare and execute a plan to get you the experience and skill sets needed to be successful in a leadership role.

Crystal Ball

For Physician Leaders – On Being Recruited… cont.

Physician leaders being recruited into new leadership positions go through a long and detailed process, allowing the organization to evaluate, pontificate, and eliminate… whittling down their candidate pool to their top finalists. At this point, all the candidates who remain standing are qualified and considered strong potentials for the position, right? What motivates them to select one over the others? Often, it may come down to personality, “fit”, chemistry or some other intangible. What we are laying out for you is a way to give the search committee and C-Suite something tangible to base their decision on. You are going to present to them, the thing they wish they had… a crystal ball. It’s called the “Vision Statement.”

Very Bad Candidate

For Physician Leaders – On Being Recruited

My last article was to help organization’s look at a new process to help them evaluate their top three finalists. This time, let’s look at it from the candidate’s point of view. How do you as a candidate create your best chance of getting into the top 3 finalists?