The Health Professionals’ Guide to Leading Well
You are born with a heart to heal and serve.
You are built for compassion and empathy.
You are wired with a passion to make others feel better.
You are a health care professional.
But, if you own your own clinic or are in a high level leadership position in a larger health organization, that “heart to heal” may sometimes get in the way of the business side of your practice. You may feel faced with a constant internal struggle.
Here are the signs:
• Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed, frustrated or resentful?
• Do you work to exhaustion, but still feel like you never get anything done?
• Does your staff fail to follow through…no matter how many times you ask?
• Does the constant focus on insurance companies, legislation and bureaucracy zap your energy and joy?
• Have you forgotten why you pursued this profession in the first place?
From People Problems to Productivity will help bring back your passion, re-create your vision, re-focus your mission and, most importantly, get your staff aligned with your work.
From People Problems to Productivity:
The Health Professionals’ Guide to Leading Well This 56-page workbook contains all the exercises from Kirsten’s book, ”From People Problems to Productivity.” This download is available now in a 8 1/2 x 11 user-friendly format. $11.95 Did you already purchase your copy of Kirsten’s new book People Problems to Productivity? Now you can get the Companion Workbook at a discounted price of $7.97 - just enter the discount code found in your book at check out!
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