If You are an Employee - Learn the Art of Navigating a Bureaucracy.
No one teaches these tools in medical school or residency. You will need them now for sure. This is how you can maintain influence and get what you need for your Ideal Practice, even if you are not the boss.
1) How to manage your boss ... for real
We adapted tools from the Harvard Business Review to teach how you can get what you need for your Ideal Practice -- even if you are not the boss and even inside a huge healthcare organization.
CLICK to read the Employed Physician's Guide to Managing Your Boss
2) How to air your concerns and not get labeled "Disruptive"
We have all seen doctors try to express their legitimate concerns about the way care is being delivered -- and then get labeled as a Disruptive Physician. It can even devolve to outright bullying and even disciplinary action. Don't let this happen to you.
CLICK to read the Disruptive Physician's Toolkit ... to learn how to air your concerns and NOT get labeled in the process.
3) How to stop wasting time and energy in poorly run meetings.
Remember the last really lousy meeting you had to sit through? Droning on and on, petty arguments and boring status updates ... and you had plenty to do back at the office. I have a tool that will make this all go away.
We call it the Guerrilla Facilitator's Manual. It contains five questions you can ask from the back of the room to save even the worst meeting - even if your are not the one leading it.
Click for your copy of the Guerrilla Facilitator's Manual
4) Physicians complain about a lot of things, but there are only 3 reasons you will actually quit your job. Are you at risk right now?
We complain about dozens of flaws in the systems of care -- starting with EMR. But until two or more of these challenges crop up, you are highly unlikely to actually make the move to quit and move on.
Learn the 3 Reasons Employed Physicans Quit here
5) Avoid the #1 mistake physicians make when taking an employee position
This is a blind spot we inherit from our successful attempts to get into medical school and residency. Finding a good job is a whole different assignment. Whether they pick you or not is irrelevant. You are working to see if this opportunity is a good match with your Ideal Job Description.
Learn more in our mini training Physician Job Search Mistake #1 and How To Avoid It
6) If it is time to look for a new position, this job search training guarantees a more Ideal Practice this time around.
Learn how to avoid common doctor job search errors, interview like a pro, negotiate contracts simply and easily and even onboard yourself into your new position. All inside the Ideal Physician Job Search Formula Online Training. This is another skill set we should have learned in training. If you are ready for a job change, here are the tools to move to a better position with some elegance and grace.
CLICK to learn more and get access to the training videos
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