4th Symposium for Physician Executives: guest speakers and experts on conflict prevention and management
How can I motivate my team? How can I spot potential conflicts? How can I recognize a toxic individual? These are some of the questions that guest speakers and experts will answer during the QMA’s 4th Symposium for Physician Executives on the theme of “Avoiding conflict: from confrontation to collaboration,” which will be held on Friday, November 30 at Hôtel Vogue, in Montréal.
Dr. Hugo Viens, president of the Québec Medical Association, will open the symposium by recapping the recent provincial election and will review the new and current medical-political issues affecting physician executives.
Then, Mylaine Breton, associate professor in the Faculty of Medicine at Université de Sherbrooke, Luc Provost, CEO of the Association des cliniques médicales du Québec, and Dr. Jean Rodrigue will present examples of efficient medical organizational structures, as well as an analysis of modern clinical governance issues.
Pierre Lainey, full-time lecturer in the Management Department at HEC Montréal, will discuss how and when to demonstrate political savvy as a physician executive.
Andrée Cyr, coach and trainer, and Dr. Michel Desjardins will present a case study to help participants recognize the warning signs of a conflict.
Jean Poitras, professor in the Human Resources Management Department at HEC Montréal, will discuss concrete ways to make a team less vulnerable to toxic personalities.
The program is available on the symposium website (In French only).
The registration fee of $370 is unchanged from last year. Spaces are limited, so you should register quickly if you would like to attend.