Session Details

62H - Utilizing Dyad Relationships and Push-Pull Mentorship to Drive Organizational Results and Professional Growth

Tuesday, March 21

3:15–4:15 p.m.

Traditional organizational structure and mentoring relationships leave significant opportunity for improvement. Dyad leadership relationships, both formal and informal, bridge knowledge gaps in leaders, driving organizational results while educating both leaders in the process. Inter-career stage and inter-career level mentoring relationships and dyads also have significant opportunity to provide growth opportunities. This session will discuss the structure, core competencies and tools for success in these two nontraditional but effective partner leadership techniques. This session will review the literature surrounding these techniques and discuss which skills and personal attributes are needed to employ them. Leaders will leave this session with the knowledge and ability to employ these techniques.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify and evaluate partner leadership techniques that provide an opportunity to drive organizational results and professional growth.
  • Interpret key competencies and best practices for success in dyad working relationships and push-pull mentorship relationships.

Presented By

Suzanne Kaseta, MD, FACHE, FAAP, FAAPL

Suzanne Kaseta, MD, FACHE, FAAP, FAAPL


Boston Children’s Health Physicians
Emily Sheboy Scarcello, FACHE

Emily Sheboy Scarcello, FACHE

Clinical Operations Administrator

Boston Children's Health Physicians