Promoting civility in the workplace is crucial, even for the most esteemed professionals like doctors. Carol Flynn has delivered effective one-on-one sensitivity training for doctors, including surgeons, specialists, and healthcare administrators. This training is designed for both human patient practices and veterinary medicine.
Implementing civility training for doctors ensures respectful and effective communication, fostering a positive work environment. This program prioritizes the practice of compassion and professionalism to enhance patient care and bolster team collaboration.
Doctors are in a position of authority and need to be seen as team leaders. Regardless of the reporting structure, a doctor is responsible for supervising and coordinating the care of their patients, which involves working closely with other healthcare professionals.
As a team leader, a doctor must be able to communicate effectively with other team members, delegate tasks appropriately, and provide guidance and support to ensure that all team members are working together effectively to provide the best possible care for their patients. Additionally, doctors must be able to collaborate with other healthcare professionals to develop treatment plans and make important decisions about patient care, which requires strong leadership skills.
One-hour Webinar Program Deliverables:
One-on-one Doctor Coaching
While doctors are highly skilled in their medical expertise, they can sometimes face challenges in navigating workplace dynamics and employee relations. One-on-one coaching can be beneficial for doctors in several ways:
By offering one-on-one coaching, healthcare organizations acknowledge the unique challenges doctors face in the workplace and provide them with the necessary support to excel both professionally and personally. It ultimately benefits the doctors, their colleagues, and most importantly, the patients they serve.
Individual coaching over the course of one month. Multiple sessions to explore how tone and language can impact staff member’s responsiveness. Analysis of individual interactions. Perfect for organizations where specific challenges (including disruptive individuals) or workplace stress affecting individual performance have been identified.