Monthly Archive:: November 2014

Attaining Peak Performance through Passion: A MEDI Success Story

Supply chain vice president for a large healthcare system, “Ted” wanted to increase his leadership effectiveness to pursue a hospital COO role. He also needed a better work-life balance. He valued time with his family, but feared others would question his commitment if he turned down work. The obstacles: Lack of commitment and confidence Before [&hellip

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Lack of Succession Management Can Lead to Disruption and Underperformance

According to the results of an ACHE survey a few years ago, 70% of hospital respondents had no formal succession planning process in place. Others used succession planning only for the CEO role and did not include other senior executive, VP or department head level roles. The title of a recent HealthLeaders Media article concisely [&hellip

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Termination Insurance

An increasing number of healthcare executives are being terminated in today’s market. 2010 had one of the highest turnover rates for healthcare executives in recent history. The pressure to perform at higher levels and in less time is reducing the tolerance of organizations when the desired results are not achieved. The struggle between medical staffs [&hellip

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Do Your Physician Leaders Move the Needle?

Finding and developing effective physician leaders is one of the most pressing dilemmas for every health system executive. Making the transition to coordinated, team-oriented, accountable care will be impossible without effective physician leaders at the table. Yet the current supply of such physician leaders falls far short of the demand – – we must grow [&hellip

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Physicians Endorse Leadership Program

MEDI’s Physician Leadership Program (MEDI PLP) is widely endorsed by physicians who have participated in the Program. Read what they have to say about their experience. “I was quite impressed with the session and your ability to customize an individual program. Clearly you are a master at what you do and your genuine caring very [&hellip

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