How Healthcare Managers Can Improve Workplace Results
Why you should attend this training:
If your facility is seeking ways to enhance patient experience, while driving efficiency and reducing costs, improving the quality of leadership is an often overlooked but great place to start.
The manager of each department or team is responsible for directing their staff toward shared goals that advance reputation and efficiency.
This workshop addresses how to create a team that goes beyond their assigned duties.
When these principles are implemented, your healthcare workers become your competitive advantage. Learn how to be the leader people CHOOSE to follow, not HAVE to follow because you are “the boss.”
Management, morale and motivation at your hospital will improve as you learn how to:
- Identify your innate leadership traits in relation to your work
- Recognize the abilities each employee brings to the table
- Extend gratitude, praise or feedback appropriately
- Motivate the 21st century worker
- Use charismatic and “outcentric” leadership skills to drive results
In this webinar you will be introduced to the concept of discretionary effort leadership and how it can improve the culture of your organization. At the conclusion of this webinar you will understand how to:
- Balance managerial skill and leadership ability
- Implement the RossBrandau Discretionary Effort Leadership model
- Strategically utilize discretionary effort in your healthcare facility
- Define the concept of ‘The Leadership of One’ as it relates to your workplace
- Be a leader that mentors, delegates effectively, and increases collaboration
Get real, applicable answers to all your leadership questions
Meet Your Speaker
Karla Brandau is an author, trainer and a leader who focuses on how to create a culture in your organization that engages employees and enables them to give discretionary effort on a regular basis.
- She is the CEO of Brandau Power Institute, a management consulting firm with expertise in strengthening the touch points between managers and employees and increasing the productivity of work teams.
- Her clients include corporations such as Panasonic and government agencies including the EPA, NIH, and the FDA, plus, many other associations.
Healthcare leaders have greater challenges with the rate of change and the lives impacted. Using a comprehensive and proven approach to leadership is the right prescription.