Training

“We hire a lot of speakers. Joe’s training was, hands down, the best thing we’ve ever done. Just outstanding.” 

– Martin Benning, MHA, FACHE, Chief Operating Officer Providence Health & Services Physician Services
  • Are there physicians and managers in your organization that don’t know how to lead, develop, and motivate their teams?
  • Would your leaders benefit from dynamic, engaging training in leadership and communication skills like giving feedback, coaching and developing others, and building teams?
  • Are you looking for engaging, evidence-based content for a retreat, workshop, or training event that addresses the real-life problems leaders face every day?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, invite Joe Mull to design and deliver an impactful training program for your organization.

Joe will connect with you directly to assess your needs and identify multiple training options for you to consider. The leadership development and management training programs Joe delivers give leaders the skills and tools they need to navigate the people management challenges they face every day. This includes training on how to engage and motivate employees, give performance feedback, develop others, build teams, and communicate effectively. And every event includes real-time performance management coaching, troubleshooting, and problem-solving.

So if you’re tired of boring training programs that don’t make a difference, and you’re looking for captivating programming from someone who really “gets it” and understands what you face every day, don’t wait. Contact Joe today.

Joe’s most popular training programs:

Cure for the Common Leader: What Physicians & Managers Must Do to Engage & Inspire Healthcare Teams

SONY DSCSuccessful leaders know what conditions employees must experience to be engaged. They also demonstrate competency in leadership skills that create those conditions. Based on his popular book, Joe Mull’s Cure for the Common Leader workshop translates the latest research on employee engagement and motivation into 7 actions physicians and managers must take to trigger effort and investment among healthcare employees. The dynamic, evidence-based, discussion-driven curriculum gives attendees more clarity on what they should be doing each day to get the most out of their teams. (Ask about the 2-day option which adds modules on additional topics including Fostering Group Cohesion and Team Spirit, Connecting People to Purpose, Strengths-Based Management, and more)

Pursuing Teamwork: How to Build a High-Performing, Close Knit, No-Drama Healthcare Team

Do staff in your clinic or hospital take their stress and strain out on each other? Are gossip, infighting, back-biting, and sniping rearing their ugly heads at your site? In this refreshingly honest look at what many healthcare professionals face when building and leading a team, Joe teaches learners how to ensure courtesy and respect are present in every interaction between co-workers. Participants learn how to get teams to focus, rally, and effortlessly collaborate, how to address toxic behavior that disrupts culture and damages morale, and how to cultivate a positive, happier team that delivers better care and service. In other words: No. More. Drama.

Feedback Training for Managers: How to Be Heard, Help Others, & Ignite Change

170Feedback is a skill. It requires training and practice. Leaders who master the art of giving feedback end up with teams that trust them and colleagues who want to hear their opinion. In this skill-builder training, participants learn a simple  formula to engineer feedback that is clear, concise, and comfortable. Additionally, attendees learn how to address awkward or delicate issues with care and compassion; specific questions, responses, and turns-of-phrase that disrupt excuses; and how to avoid defensiveness and disagreement. Perfect for anyone serving as a direct supervisor or responsible for handling performance management issues in the workplace.

Introduction to Coaching for Healthcare Leaders

TrainingCoaching is the transcendent leadership skill. The most successful leaders are coaches who ask the right questions, in the right order, to propel employees to higher levels of performance. A tactical, skill-builder overview of when, where, and how to coach employees, this session is for managers who want to fast-track employee development, cut down on repeat questions, and increase employee ownership and accountability.

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“We are so “busy” in healthcare management that it is hard to get away, however, make the time to attend. Joe Mull is amazing.”  R. Wiilliams, Hermitage Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

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Contact Joe today to see if he is available to provide training for your organization.

“Joe offered excellent strategies and honest solutions that can be applied immediately and built upon in the weeks and months to come.”  Megan Shope, Program Director, Dept. of Family Medicine, The Birth Circle

“Energetic, digestible presentation that will energize & engage a group. Your energy was great you kept me engaged and used examples I could relate to.”  Renee Slaw, Manager, Cleveland Clinic

“High energy! Intense! Evidence based (I really loved that)! Helpful and interesting.”  Jayme A. Wiggins, Nurse Manager, Akron Children’s Hospital

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