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OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE THROUGH INDIVIDUAL HEALTH

Medical Leadership Offers Wellness Seminars, Coaching




As a Medical Leadership professional - a CEO, Hospital Administrator, Medical Director, Chairperson, Residency Program Director, Chief Nursing Officer, Director of Human Resources, Executive Director of a Medical or Specialty Society, Medical School Dean, or another position of leadership…in today’s highly stressed health care environments,
do you want to improve the emotional, psychological and physical health of your medical staff and other personnel?  Susan Eisner, MPH, CASAC, can help you in several ways: 

Method 1:  Through Physician Health Seminars and Wellness Seminars for Other Health Professionals

In Susan’s seminars participants focus on their own personal needs vs. that of patients.  They get to:

  • learn and practice ways to take care of themselves
  • have a needed, relaxing break from technical and clinical lectures
  • openly discuss critical and sometimes difficult topics

Click here for Susan's Seminar Descriptions on Impairment, Stress Management, Disruptive Behavior, Fatigue, Communication Skills, and More.

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 LEAD FROM THE TOP DOWN! 

LEADERSHIP MEETING TOPICS
Meet Joint Commission Requirements:

For Medical Boards, Executive Committees, GME Committees, CME Committees, Chairmen, Residency Program Directors, Chief Residents, Nurse Managers, Wellness Committees, etc.

- REACH ALL YOUR LEADERSHIP - Book >1 meeting/day/week for discounts

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RESIDENT EDUCATION

Ensure that your residents get their 
education required by ACGME for:

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ASK ABOUT PROGRAMS FOR:

  . NURSING  
for Nurse Managers and Staff 
. HUMAN RESOURCES
for Other Hospital Personnel
  . MEDICAL SCHOOLS  
for Faculty and Student Classes
. PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT PROGRAMS 
for Faculty and Student Classes 

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 Click here for a complete
 list of seminar topics.

 

Method 2:  Through 1:1 and Group Visionary Leadership Coaching Sessions

Are you or your medical staff experiencing:

  • stress related symptoms  
  • anger outbursts
  • fatigue
  • depression  or anxiety
  • low morale
  • reduced job performance
  • communication problems with colleagues
  • personal problems that affect work
  • physical symptoms and illness

Can you or your staff use individual executive coaching or personal coaching to address these concerns?

In 1:1 or group Visionary Leadership Coaching sessions, Susan uses innovative, cutting-edge techniques that get to the core of problems for quicker and more lasting problem resolution.

Click here for a description of Susan's Visionary Leadership Coaching Sessions.

 

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How to Use Visionary Leadership Coaching 
in Your Department and Organization:


For All Departmental Personnel  
For New Residents
For Departmental Group Gatherings 
For Patients

How To Get Started:

Sample Session for Chairperson - Get the Experience
Introductory Group Meeting  
Location and Time 
Confidentiality, Mandates and Nature of Sessions
Rates

Click here to speak to Susan about 
Visionary Leadership Coaching for a colleague,
employee, friend, or yourself
.



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For All Departmental Personnel: 
Consider your physicians, leaders, office managers, secretaries and support personnel, etc.  What issues or concerns would you or they identify as having, that Visionary Coaching may help resolve?  For significant problems, schedule 3-4 sessions in the first month.  Results will determine the need for additional sessions.  If more progress is needed, another month of 3-4 sessions should be arranged.  Once progress is good, monthly maintenance sessions are suggested.   You may also suggest that all department members try one full session to get a clear sense of their benefit.

 
For New Residents:
4-6 weeks after new residents arrive, using a preventive and early intervention strategy, schedule 2-3 sessions each to help them adjust to the stress of life as a resident and to resolve issues that arose since arrival.  These should be set up 1-2 weeks apart.  These sessions would be preceded by an initial interview session to identify specific issues to target during sessions.
 

 
For Departmental Group Gatherings:
Short processes can be conducted in groups so that all would benefit regarding issues common to the department.  These processes would be tailor-made based on particular problems occurring at that time.  They can be scheduled weekly or bi-weekly for 1-2 months to start.  Additional maintenance sessions can be scheduled as needed. 

 
For Patients:
These sessions work well for physical illness and pain and are very helpful for patients individually and in groups.  Groups use short processes and can be ongoing.  Similar issue groups can be arranged: pregnant women, pregnant women with their partners and other family members, persons in pain, cancer patients, persons trying to lose weight, those with chronic illnesses like diabetes, etc. 

 
Sample Session for Leadership/Chairpersons:
It is highly recommend that leaders schedule a session for themselves to fully experience one, both for personal benefit and to be able to refer others from first-hand experience.

 
Introductory Group Meeting:
To introduce the concept of these sessions and stimulate interest in them, an introductory departmental meeting can be scheduled during which a sample process is conducted. 

 
Location and Time:
Individual sessions can be arranged in person and by phone.  First sessions are best in person, though it’s not necessary.  In-person sessions can be held in a private, quiet space in the hospital, in a private practice, in another agreed upon location, and in a rented space in Queens.  Groups can be scheduled at the hospital and other agreed upon locations.  It is best for these sessions to be done during non-work hours for the client, though during work hours can be considered.

 
Confidentiality, Mandates and Nature of Sessions:
These sessions are confidential unless potential harm to the client or others becomes evident.  Note:  this is not therapy.  Diagnosis and treatment is not conducted.  A combination of stress management modalities and techniques are used.  Voluntary participation is as always best, though mandated sessions may be needed and are at your discretion.

 
Rates:
Call Susan to discuss specific fees.  In an initial interview, the person's issues are clarified.  After that, the number of coaching sessions will be determined.  At the end an action plan will also be set up.  Session lengths vary by process type, and range from one-two hours, occasionally being shorter or longer.  Unusually long sessions may be charged at a higher rate.  Group rates are negotiated on a case-by-case basis.  Travel reimbursement will also be charged.

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