September 3, 2019

Intentional Team Formation

Clinician Leadership | Leadership Development | Team Development

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The process of designing and deploying any disruptive change is challenging and must overcome the natural human resistance to change. This is even more challenging when the charge to lead the change process is given to a team made up of members who have no history with one another or, as is often the case between physicians and hospitals, a history that has bred distrust. One key to the success of such a team is care in how the team is assembled, formed, and launched.

MEDI Leadership Executive Coach Robert Porter discusses how leaders can increase the opportunity for team success through a deliberate approach and practical guide to formation and launch.

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Robert "Bob" Porter, JD, MBA, PCC

Robert "Bob" Porter, JD, MBA, PCC is an accomplished organizational leader with over 30 years’ experience in health system leadership. Bob has extensive experience in working with senior leadership executives in complex organizational settings, with a proven track record for engaging diverse stakeholders in the redesign of organizational systems and processes to achieve breakthrough improvement in performance.

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