Physician Well-being: How URMC is leveraging a personalized coaching program to uplevel physicians leaders, retain talent, & mitigate burnout

This webinar is on-demand and can be viewed at your convenience.

91% of physicians rank interpersonal, and communication skills as the most important capability for their future success. Equipping leaders with communication, adaptability, and energy management skills is a critical step in creating organizational change to help combat industry-wide problems of attrition and burnout. 

In this on-demand webinar, University of Rochester Medical Center's Janine Shapiro, MD, and Jessica Shand, MD, along with Valor Performance Founder/CEO Sarah Milby, walk through the future of leadership development and how a coaching program is helping to deliver results across URMC. 

Learning points:
  • Understanding the magnitude of demands that healthcare leaders experience and why they are integral to organizational change
  • Coaching as a solution to develop leaders' skill sets and why it works
  • A look into the impact coaching has had on faculty at URMC




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Sarah Milby

CEO & Founder, Valor Performance

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Dr. Jessica Shand

Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Health Humanities, and Bioethics, Director of URMC Clinician and Faculty Wellbeing Program at University of Rochester Medical Center

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Dr. Janine Shapiro

Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Medical Director for Continuing Medical Education, University of Rochester Medical Center, Professor of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine at University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry