Medical Practice Leadership
Is your medical practice suffering from problems with leadership? Would you even know if it was? Well, at Developing Winners Associates, DWA, we specialize in developing when problems are present. We also have industry experts that can tell you where problems lie within your medical practice, which could be eliminated by improving the medical leadership within your practice.
Think of your office from a patient’s point of view. Do all of the employees get along, or is there tension that patients would notice? Are each of the employees enthusiastic about their jobs? Is everyone doing equal amounts of work, or would a patient see one person running all of the front end day to day business, while the others are just standing around trying to look busy? Well, if you can see issues just thinking about this scenario, then your patients see it each time they come for a visit.
The importance of strong medical practice leadership cannot be understated. You need to be able to be a strong leader to where you can see it, and everyone around you can see it. Patients can tell when something is off, and if the problems are palpable enough, they may stop coming to you.
A strong culture within your practice is a manifestation of strong medical practice leadership. The most important part of determining any issues with the leadership is to be able to take a long, honest, introspective look at yourself and your practice, and see what your patient’s see. The most important point of balance to look at is the accountability within your medical practice. You need to make sure that each person is held to the same standard, not just the key employees of the practice.
Your practice leadership can turn around and become healthy as soon as you are able to take that honest look within and see the issues. We can help make that process even easier. Contact us for a free 30 minute evaluation of your medical leadership and practice as a whole, and let us help develop a plan to give your practice the strong leadership it needs to succeed.