Employed Physician's Guide to Managing Your Boss - the 3 Keys
Back in 2017 we crossed a significant tipping point. For the first time in the history of medicine -- physician practice owners are NOT in the majority.
Loss of autonomy is a major frustration for many doctors. In fact, being the boss has perhaps become a quaint, old fashioned memory. YIKES.
It is highly likely that even YOU find yourself floating aimlessly in the midst of the spaghetti pile of a vast bureaucracy - smack in the middle of your org chart with several layers of bosses above you. Even if you have made the effort to build your Ideal Practice Description, you are going to need someone else's help or permission at some point.
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These people often have the power to dictate the specifics of your practice ... unless you figure out a way to have some influence over their decisions. And there's the rub. How do you maintain some influence over "the system" when you are not the boss???
In this article let me show you three keys to managing your boss -- if you are an employed physician. These are the tools you need to take back some control over your practice.
Have you ever asked yourself this question?
"If I am not the boss any more, how do I manage the person who is?"