WASHINGTON, April 8, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Healthcare executives should keep their troubled employees under control or fire them without incurring legal consequences. American Association of Physician Leaders (AAPL) announces publication Problem employee: how to manage employees that no one wants to manage. This new book presents complete, clear and practical strategies for managing problem workers and examines 17 of the most difficult and diabolical employee problems that healthcare leaders can face. This is the book that healthcare executives will need, whether they find themselves running a toxic, unreliable, pessimistic, burned out, lazy, overworked, clickable or childish employee – or running a diva, drama queen, bully, bully, etc. or even slovens.
Included is a bonus chapter: Stellar Controlling, which addresses the specific challenges of stellar control.
PART 1: THE EMPLOYEE PROBLEM: THE BIG PICTURE
PART 2: MANAGING PROBLEM EMPLOYEES
Toxic employee management
Managing your team’s weakest link
Lazy employee management
Controlling the drama queen
Child employee management
Managing an employee who doesn’t like you
Employee management with micromanagement
Overworked employee management
Managing an employee with low morale
Cliquish employee management
Managing a distrustful employee
Managing a pessimistic, cynical, or gloomy employee
Managing a Productive Diva
Burnt-out employee management
Bonus! Star performer management
About the doctor Laura Hills
Doctor Laura Hills has made an outstanding career as an educator. She is well known for her programs, books and articles, and in particular has been a staff development columnist for Medical Practice Management Journal since 1998.
About the American Association of Physician Leaders
The American Association of Physician Leaders (AAPL) is focused on personally transforming all physicians and, through them, the organizations they serve. With the aim of improving patient outcomes, staff well-being and healthcare delivery, AAPL remains the only association dedicated exclusively to professional development, leadership training and management training exclusively for physicians. Since its founding in 1975, AAPL has trained over 250,000 physicians in 40 countries, including CEOs, chief medical officers and physicians at all levels of health care. www.physicianleaders.org
SOURCE American Association of Physician Leaders