Strategies for Enhancing Resiliency for Individuals, Care Teams, and Organizations

Monday, November 7, 2016

This webinar from the AHA's Physician Leadership Forum explores practical strategies for enhancing resiliency, reducing burn-out, and improving overall well-being of physician leaders.
As the second in their series on resiliency and health system performance, presenters Larry McEvoy, MD, FACEP, Co-Founder of PracticingExcellence and an executive-in-residence at the Center for Creative Leadership, and Tracy Duberman, PhD, MPH, FACHE, President & CEO of The Leadership Development Group, review approaches to developing emotional intelligence and resiliency in physician leaders.
Participants will learn:

  •     Elements to a resiliency strategy
  •     Factors that help individuals thrive and sustain in stressful conditions
  •     Best practices for fostering resilience in health care organizations

The Physician Effectiveness Project at is an online, CME-accredited, interactive learning ecosystem designed to identify, coordinate, coach, hardwire, and deploy the physician and leader skills needed to improve patient outcomes across a system, and drive the metrics that define high-value healthcare. Members utilize The Project as a complete Physician Effectiveness solution to improve care coordination, the patient experience, safety, reduce clinical variance and deliver team-based care. The Project was built by physicians, with physicians and for physicians to scale physician skill building across systems. See how The Project is advancing Physician Effectiveness at

About The Leadership Development Group:
The Leadership Development Group (TLD Group) is a nationally recognized healthcare leadership development firm specializing in executive and physician leadership assessment & coaching, group leadership development and organizational development consulting. TLD Group offers ground-breaking executive and physician leadership programs to prepare leaders to become change agents in their organizations. To learn more about The Leadership Development Group’s Physician Leadership programs visit