ASOA Group Mentor Program

ASOA Group Mentor Program

ASOA and the Administrator Beginners Circle (ABC) are excited to announce a Group Mentorship Program in which newer administrators (those with 4 or fewer years’ experience) can participate in virtual group mentorship sessions with a seasoned administrator acting as the group moderator and mentor.

Developed and sponsored by the Administrator Beginners Circle (ABC) Taskforce, the group mentor sessions will be held as virtual monthly roundtables, facilitated over Zoom. Each roundtable will have a mentor moderator with up to 10 mentees, guaranteeing meaningful discussion and thoughtful dialogue centered around topics relevant to today’s administrator and practice.

Group Mentorship Monthly Topics

July: Hiring During Difficult Times: Hiring staff, at almost any price, is difficult for even top tier employers. Discuss strategies for attracting and retaining top talent to your practice.

August: Improving the Physician-Administrator Relationship: Strategies for developing a strong partnership with physician owners.

September: Increasing Patient Satisfaction: Using metrics and marketing strategies to measure the performance of patient-facing employees and improve practice operations.

October: Communication: Develop insights into how to lead and manage productive meetings, effectively communicate with employees, address challenging employees, listen effectively, and stay connected with the team.

November: Department Planning and Development: How to develop KPIs and use them to manage and educate staff on their importance.  Strategies for developing an action plan, executing against it, and following up.

December: Human Resources: Focus on employee management, including navigating challenging issues, performance management and understanding HR risk/legal considerations.

Registration for each roundtable will open 2 weeks prior to the meeting date, and roundtables are expected to fill up quickly. Plan today to participate in the topic(s) most important to you!

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