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As a healthcare leader, you face enormous challenges, along with highly complex, politically charged initiatives. The lives of patients and the quality of healthcare in your community are at stake. We often hear from healthcare executives, “I know what we have to do. I need help making it happen.” That’s where we come in.

The Healthcare Performance Institute can provide you with an objective sounding board to help you resolve your most challenging issues, improve performance, and advance your career. Our coaches have leading coaching credentials as well as significant work experience in healthcare, so that they understand the challenges you face. We work with leadership at all levels, including the Chief Executive, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Nursing Officer, Chief Medical Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Technology Officer, Vice President of Human Resources, Practice Leaders, and other key members of the executive team.

You also have access to our toolkits of best practices in areas that include:

  • leading performance improvement initiatives;
  • engaging and mobilizing clinicians and employees;
  • developing new leaders to assure future success;
  • fostering collaboration up, down, and across the organization;
  • working effectively with trustees;
  • resolving conflicts with key leaders and personnel;
  • engaging physicians to work with you to improve results;
  • overcoming blind spots that could derail your career; and
  • improving your impact and leadership presence.

We customize a safe, confidential coaching program that works for your schedule, budget, and goals. Before we work with any new client, we sit down to understand where you are, where you want to be, and we confirm that you will get a return on your investment for both you and your organization through a coaching engagement. We have a number of tools to measure and track improvements from start to finish.

A typical engagement includes the following:

  • Conducting a detailed assessment of your strengths, thinking and communication styles, and behavioral tendencies.
  • Setting clear goals about what success means during coaching.
  • Weekly meetings to discuss your most pressing issues in a confidential, objective setting.
  • Metrics to track progress and success.
  • Reviews to confirm that you are satisfied and getting value from the coaching.
  • Toolkits to help you address key situations that you face as a healthcare executive.

For more information, contact Andrew Neitlich, Director, at 941-539-9623. We can also structure a group coaching engagement for members of your management team.