Change Management and Problem-Solving Courses You Need
As a physician leader, you manage change day to day if not hour by hour. AAPL has curated courses that will help you in decision making, problem solving and managing change - take advantage of the courses we’ve developed to assist you.
Practical Principles of Change Management
This course consists of real case studies that demonstrate change creation. Physician leaders will closely examine those case studies and use actionable findings to manage change in their own organizations.
Leading and Managing Strategic Change
Gain the tools, techniques and skills required to lead change. The key to thriving as a physician leader is the ability to manage strategic innovation and change. There's a difference between a compelling vision and a burning platform, and leading change versus managing it. This course will provide physician leaders the insights they need to guide their organizations to the forefront of health care innovation.
Managing Task Forces, Committees and Work Groups
How to Get a Reputation as a Good Leader
This course will not only teach you how to do both of these things, it will provide practical insights into clarifying roles, communicating with members, listening and synthesizing information, disclosing conflicts of interest, and coming to group consensus. Consequently, it will also teach you the skills you need to get a reputation as a good group leader.
The ability to embrace change is essential to being successful as a leader, but, for many, the natural response to change is fear or resistance. Fortunately, we can train our minds to better manage change. This course provides practical strategies to encourage and support adaptability and resilience during times of change. Through real-world examples, you'll have an opportunity to explore potential concerns and solutions while improving your attitude toward change.
Strategic Decision Making
Everyone makes decisions, but are those strategic decisions? This course discusses decision-making from a strategic perspective that helps organizations gain and sustain a competitive advantage and create value. Physician leaders in the course will have an opportunity to examine their methods and characteristics of decision-making.
Leading Problem Solving
Problem solving requires courage, ingenuity, fact-finding, and above all else, good communication. It is the essence of what leaders exist to do. With an insurmountable list of problems developing daily, and time limitations that add new complexities, finding solutions can sometimes feel impossible.
This course guides physician leaders as they develop the skills necessary to address problems strategically while minimizing adversity along the way.
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