40X - Developing Physician and Nurse Leaders as an Antidote to Burnout: Dyads as an Engagement, Retention and Transformation Strategy
Tuesday, March 21
There is no doubt that nurse-physician dyad leadership is essential for providing patient-centered, high-quality care. But did you also know that dyad leadership development also creates high levels of physician and nurse engagement and a renewed focus on patient outcomes. With shared responsibility, clarity of roles, and defined decision-making processes, the dyad and the staff they manage are empowered and engaged. There’s just one challenge: Where do you begin?
This session will explore the journey of Northeast Georgia Health System as it developed its leaders to execute their strategic vision for a dyad leadership model that would empower physician and nurse leaders. Attendees will discover the critical connections between applied leadership development interventions and successful systemwide change efforts that engage the very leaders who are impacted by a change. They will hear from the senior leaders who both co-designed and participated in this leadership development program and the impact it had on transforming clinical leadership for the organization.
- Recognize the critical design criteria that connect applied leadership development and successful engagement, retention and organizational change efforts.
- Develop action plans to deploy leadership development interventions to support engagement, retention and change efforts at their organization.
Tracy Duberman, PhD, FACHE
Michael Covert, FACHE
Lorie Shoemaker, DHA, RN, NEA-BC
Chief Nursing Executive
Tara Satlow, PhD
Senior Vice President, Client Solutions
Deepak Aggarwal, MD
Chief, United Medical Group