May 15, 2012
ASPR Annual Conference Sneak Peak: Reality Based Leadership
Registration is now open for the 2012 ASPR Annual Conference! Here is a sneak peak at one of the keynote sessions:
The Annual Conference will commence with Monday’s keynote speaker, Cy Wakeman. Cy Wakeman will present Reality-Based Leadership: Ditching the Drama, Restoring Sanity to the Workplace, and Turning Excuses into Results.
The business world is experiencing challenging times. The fact that times are challenging is not the source of our pain in our businesses; it is the absence of great leadership based in reality. And yet, we have worked on leadership development in organizations for more than 50 years with dismal outcomes. We must become willing to admit that the ways we have taught our leaders to lead over the years are simply not working.
These times are calling for a new type of leader. One who can bring peace, sanity, and results back to the workplace! We need leaders who are willing and able to recreate their mindsets as well as those of others, in order to change circumstances and lead in a new and revolutionary way. And the revolution begins with a few good leaders practicing Reality-Based Leadership. In this session, Cy will rock participants as she delivers new leadership tools and techniques that actually work and that leaders will actually use.
Cy is a dynamic, well-respected national keynote speaker, workshop facilitator and trainer who helps individuals and organizations recreate their mindsets so they can achieve results beyond their wildest dreams. Her unique programs help to develop and build successful leaders and teams. Her approach is unconventional, candid, and entertaining. Based on her hard-hitting philosophy, “Reality-Based Leadership™,” Cy has helped many groups and organizations break through their reasons, stories, and excuses to develop innovative solutions to long-standing issues.
Don’t miss out on this session and many more like it! Download the Annual Conference brochure and register today for the 2012 ASPR Annual Conference!
Spring Issue of JASPR Now Available
The Journal Committee is pleased to announce that the Spring issue of JASPR is now available online. Read the entire issue online or download a PDF. Here are some highlights from this issue:
- Social Media and Physician Recruitment
- Healthcare Resources: Trends Worth Watching
- Physician Retention: It All Begins With Recruitment
The Journal Committee is always looking for new articles and topic ideas. If you would like to submit an article or idea for JASPR, please contact one of the JASPR editors at email@example.com.
Read the latest issue of JASPR
May Webinar - Looking at the Past to Predict the Future: Using Behavioral Interviewing to Find the Right Candidate Match
Date: May 30, 2012
Time: 10:00 am PT / 12:00 pm CT / 1:00 pm ET
Presenter: Jake Shimansky, Director of Physician Recruitment, Home Physicians
Cost: Members/Free; Non-members/$99
1.5 hours CE credit
Details and Online Registration
Most typical interviews do not tell the true story about how a candidate will perform in a job. Studies have shown that the best way to predict how a physician will conduct themselves in a new position is by exploring their past behaviors. Proper behavioral interviewing can help you fully assess how candidates will react in certain situations and can help you focus your questions on the behaviors that matter most to you. We will discuss what type of questions to ask, redirecting candidates, follow-up questions and analysis.
Congratulations to ASPR’s Newest Fellow
Congratulations to Craig Miller, from the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, WI who just became certified as a Fellow of the Association of Staff Physician Recruiters (FASPR)!
Are You Your Organization’s Expert?
Are you your organization’s expert? As a certified Fellow of ASPR, you can be.
Sourcing methods. Screening and interviewing techniques. Competitive compensation. Relocation policies. Benchmarking metrics. Medical staff development planning. Immigration laws. And the list goes on.
As a successful in-house physician recruitment professional, you need to understand all of it. And putting it into practice effectively to yield optimum results — well that takes quite a bit of expertise. Fortunately, ASPR has developed the most comprehensive, authoritative educational program for developing your recruitment skills. We invite you to become a certified Fellow of ASPR (FASPR).
Whether you’re new to the field or have been practicing your craft for years, you’ll find the FASPR program to be an invaluable source of practical information provided by highly experienced recruiters. You’ll not only sharpen your skills with an in-depth overview of recruiting basics, you’ll also learn how to interpret and use current market trend information to attract and retain the best physicians and providers for your organization. You’ll also learn how to avoid the pitfalls of daunting regulatory issues and complicated immigration laws.
Those are just some of the critical issues you’ll master as a certified FASPR. Learn more about the Fellowship Certification program and get started today!
Question of the Week: Quality Measures and Compensation
Are quality measures included as a component of your employed physician’s compensation model?
- I don’t know
- My organization doesn’t employ physicians
Answer the Question of the Week