In 1905, Albert Einstein said, “We cannot solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” A true leader understands his team and his processes and isn’t afraid of “out-of-the-box thinking.” Understanding organizational behavior helps medical directors understand their own core beliefs and values, and use their political and social capital to transform an ordinary organization into a highly efficient and successful one. During these 3.5 hours we will use interactive, lecture, small group case-based problem solving, and role-play methods to help attendees improve their management and leadership skills.
Describe organizational behavior and why it's important for effective medical directorship.
Explain how individual values, attitudes, and emotions effect leadership performance.
Discuss groups and teams and how working with others can increase everybody’s performance.
Describe organizational culture, socialization, and mentoring and how to use these concepts for a competitive edge.