Why are some healthcare teams polluted by conflict, gossip, and lack of effort, while others work hard, get along and wow patients?

Research says it’s the boss that makes the difference.

The most engaged and inspired healthcare teams don’t get that way by chance. They are led by physicians and managers who create the conditions necessary for people to thrive. Yet many leaders in healthcare settings lack insight into what employees must experience to be their best, every day.

Cure for the Common Leader translates the latest research on leadership, employee engagement, and motivation into SEVEN actions physicians and managers must take to engage and inspire.

Download the Cure for the Common Leader RESOURCE KIT for FREE!

Includes the following book-related resources for physicians & managers:

  • A Stay Interview Questionnaire
  • A Staff Agreement exercise
  • 26 Questions for Engaging One-on-Ones
  • A Retreat Planning Guide
  • A 20 Minute Staff Development activity
  • A Physicians & Managers Checklist for Welcoming New Employees
  • How to Write Reviews that Get Results
While healthcare undergoes a variety of changes, one thing remains the same: the need for physicians and managers to build, lead, and sustain talented, dedicated teams. Mr. Mull has outlined exactly how to get there in one of the most practical healthcare leadership books you will ever read.
-Robert Maha,, MD, MBA Chief Medical Officer/Chief Operating Officer, MedExpress.

As a leadership how-to for physicians and managers, Cure for the Common Leader is truly superior, brimming with savvy advice and clear direction. It’s a powerful toolkit for anyone leading others in healthcare.

-Barb Moran,, RN, BSN, MBA Chief Clinical Officer/Chief Nursing Officer, Grace Hospital
25 years in healthcare has taught me that managing a team is the most challenging part of the job. Joe Mull has been, for me, a guiding influence in my quest to keep employees engaged. I am so excited that he has written this book. It’s a clear, specific action guide that spells out exactly what healthcare leaders must do to be successful.
-Teresa D, , Babyak, RN, MHA, MBA, Director of Operations, Washington Physicians Group