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Check out our new resource for medical staff leaders

Medical Staff Leadership Essentials: A Guide to Developing Leadership Skills and Recruiting the Next Generation provides valuable insight to help new and veteran medical staff leaders┬ádevelop, retain, and recruit a legacy of effective future physician leaders. Written by 35-year medical staff veteran R. Dean White, DDS, MS, a medical staff consultant in Granbury, TX, and reviewed by The Greeley Company’s Jonathan H. Burroughs, MD, MBA, FACPE, CMSL, this book is a complete training resource for any medical staff leader who may have been elected (or thrown) ┬áhis or her position with little experience. It’s also great for veteran leaders who wish to train incoming leaders. Check out table of contents:

  • Chapter 1: Principles of leadership
  • Chapter 2: Foundational leadership skills that can be learned
  • Chapter 3: Roles and responsibilities of medical staff leaders
  • Chapter 4: Identifying and recruiting medical staff leaders
  • Chapter 5: Educating medical staff leaders
  • Chapter 6: Nominating and selecting medical staff leaders
  • Chapter 7: Succession planning and leadership retention
  • Chapter 8: Understanding the medical staff culture to meet future challenges
  • Chapter 9: Reflections and resources
  • Chapter 10: From the field: Medical staff leaders share their thoughts on what it means to lead

To order, click here.

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Error: Unable to create directory uploads. Is its parent directory writable by the server? About the Author: Elizabeth (Liz) Jones is an associate editor at HCPro. She writes and contributes to several monthly newsletters including Medical Staff Briefing, Hospitalist Leadership Advisor, and Credentialing and Peer Review Legal Insider. Liz graduated from Salem (MA) State College in 2003 with a B.A. in professional writing. Before joining HCPro, Liz wrote for a national monthly business publication where she gained experience in executive-level business and healthcare issues.

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