The contemporary and ever-more complex health care industry has required physicians to take on a wider range of responsibilities, especially towards integration of the various silos in a health system. As with other industries, the next phase of health care requires leaders who are innovative, interdisciplinary thinkers with the skills to lead and shape the future. How do you engage and develop your leaders to acquire the understanding and required skillsets to successfully lead within a constantly evolving environment? Learning to work across silos, willingly adopting new technology and processes, and embracing a patient (customer)-centered approach for positive impact — sound familiar?
These leadership development challenges are not unique to health care. In this interactive session, hosted by Crozer-Keystone Health System and Drexel University, LeBow College of Business, we will:
- Describe the business case, organizational environment and CKHS Physician Leadership Academy program structure which facilitates participants’ journey from physician leader to health care enterprise leader.
- Explore engagement strategies related to buy-in, academic partnerships, mentoring and capstone projects.
- Provide a frame for group discussion around leadership development challenges and opportunities across industries to bring together best practices and approaches that have worked to advance leadership development within participants’ organizations.
Leave this session with renewed energy and ideas on how to develop or enhance successful programs for the future of your future-ready workforce.