Hire The Best- And Keep Them!
Cultivate Staff Responsibility And Promote Initiative
Wednesday, January 13th
Founder, Evolution Healthcare Consulting
How do you recruit and KEEP your best staff members? What affects your workflow; helps and keeps you organized? Great employees can find a job anywhere it’s our job to discover them, higher and hold on! What is it attach your practice or leader ship style apart that would make someone want to work for you versus another practice? Utilizing emotional intelligence helps you be more aware of the best employees in front of you as well as discovering those that can you add to the team!
Hiring tips and exercises are provided to help you filter out the best candidate for your practice along with cited interview examples and successful strategies that all contribute to your practice’s success.
Create a Conscious Professionalism when hiring with principles that invite self-awareness that encourage high performance teams.
Role definition and accountability are the foundation of our success. We will look at your leadership role, and how you may be most effective in promoting each staff member’s initiative.
These are easy to implement, common sense approaches that protects your time, keeps practice standards high and recognize the practice’s ethics, routines and natural work flow.
Objectives and Goals
What to do (and not!) when recruiting and hiring a new staff member
How to clarify staff member role and improve workflow
Emotional Intelligence tips on how to bring out staff initiative and accountability
How to re-create a culture of wellness and healthy work life balance
(Members Attend Free, Non-members $35.00)
HOW TO JOIN THE WEBINAR: Please use the link provided in the confirmation email to complete your registration.
Continuing Education Units, CEU's:
Earn up to 1.0 continuing education unit hours for each hour of education from the ACMPE, American College of Medical Practice Executives. Our events are eligible for continuing education units as awarded by other professional associations. We recommend that you contact your professional association for their approval process.