Innovation in healthcare continues to be a driving force in the quest to balance cost containment and health care quality.
Healthcare innovation can be defined as the introduction of a new concept, idea, service, process, or product aimed at improving treatment, diagnosis, education, outreach, prevention and research, and with the long term goals of improving quality, safety, outcomes, efficiency and costs.
Learn how physicians and related health care professionals successfully lead innovation and change in rapidly changing, highly regulated environments such as healthcare delivery, biotech, and biopharma. Examples from recent interviews and case studies with physician innovators will be shared, with implications for other experts leading organizational change discussed, with an emphasis on OD consultants.
You will learn:
- Why the self-concept required to be a successful physician is a barrier to success as a leader of innovation and change.
- A model for understanding effective physican leadership.
- 3 specific strategies you can use to help physicians shift their mind-set and behaviors and become successful leaders.
If you are interested in learning how to help physicians make the shift from the bedside to the boardroom and become effective leaders, please join us for this presentation!
About Our Presenter:
Rob Greenly consults and coaches top physicians, scientists, engineers, academics, and CFOs who have moved into positions of leadership and seek to transform themselves from a functional expert to a highly effective manager and leader.
Rob is a Harvard and Yale trained certified senior executive coach, leadership consultant, and management training expert who brings twenty years of large company experience and ten years of coaching and consulting expertise to his clients. He has held positions as Vice President of Leadership and Organization Development at Boston Scientific, Chief Administrative Officer for Human Resources at Putnam Investments, Director of Organization Development and Training at Astra Pharmaceuticals–USA, and Director of Leadership at the MIT Sloan School of Management. He coaches his clients in person in the Boston area or via teleconference worldwide.
Rob was nominated by the International Coach Federation, New England, as 2013 Executive Coach of the Year. He is the first Harvard College graduate to be elected President of YaleBOSTON (The Yale Club of Boston).
Thursday, October 17, 2013
6:00 – 8:00 PM
Pine Manor College
400 Heath Street
Chestnut Hill, MA
To register: www.mbodlg.org