The Best Ways To Take Charge

Todd Shryock

Todd Shryock, contributing author

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Logan Lutton

Leadership tips that work for both your personal and professional life.

All physicians are leaders, whether it’s leading a small care team or directing a practice with dozens of other doctors. But being in charge doesn’t always mean getting things done, whether it’s at work or with your personal life.

Laurie Baedke, FACHE, FACMPE, director of healthcare leadership programs, program director, executive health care, MBA Creighton University, spoke about the keys of good leadership and how embracing them can improve your life and help you reach your personal and professional goals. Her presentation was part of the Medical Group Management Association Medical Practice Excellence Pathways Conference.

Here are Baedke’s main points: