Developing a Strong and Effective Leadership Team in Your Group Practice

Course Materials

Part 2 - Balancing Roles
Part 3 - Q&A

Syllabus

  • PEER TO LEADER SHIFT
    Develop new relationships by communicating with peers about change from a place of leadership and holding those accountable.
  • TRUST FROM BUSINESS OWNER & BETWEEN LEADERS
    Learn to let go of control and trust the leadership team set in place.
    Inform your team how clinical work coincides with HIPAA, so everyone is prepared to do their part.
  • FITTING PEOPLE FOR THE ROLE
    When fitting people in the right seats, remember not every great clinician makes a great leader.
    Harness your leader’s strengths when creating a leadership role will be beneficial to them, your team, and you!
  • BALANCING ROLES
    Understand the business through the employees’ lens and, consider how the business is managing time when balancing roles.
  • ACCOUNTABILITY OF RESULTS
    When building accountability it’s important to own the results of your team.
    Being collaborative and doing your part is one of the best things we can do.
  • DECISION TREE
    Know what process, steps, and decisions can be made…
    Without you,
    That you may need to be notified of,
    That you and the team will need to work on collaboratively,
    And lastly, ones that can only be made by you.
  • VALUES ALIGNMENT
    Ensure that leadership aligns with business values.
    Everyone having aligning values keeps accountability in check and helps teams work together.
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