Managing Managers for Healthcare
Managers usually rise to their positions because they’re good at their jobs. They’ve learned the processes, mastered the techniques and focused on ways to excel in their careers.
However, once they take on a leadership role, the game drastically changes. Now, they’re responsible not just for their own workload and competence, but for the performance of their entire team. In the healthcare industry, the stakes are perhaps higher than most other industries. We’re talking about life or death situations, as well as million-dollar budgets, regulatory compliance, expensive equipment and longstanding reputations.