About the course
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.
- Identifying and categorizing problems
- Identifying mindsets and behaviors important in problem solving
- Finding and evaluating solutions
- Building relational capital
- Formulating a solution implementation plan
- Apply strategies to identify and categorize the problem
- Identify mindsets and behaviors important in problem solving
- Explain the nuances of individual and group problem solving
- Build relational capital and provide a safe space for brainstorming
- Recognize how group dynamics impact problem solving
Rachel Lovins is the chair of the Department of Medicine at Middlesex Hospital. A certified physician executive with a board certification in internal medicine, Lovins has more than 20 years of teaching and clinical experience and 15 years of leadership experience. After attaining her Doctor of ...
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.