Our Career Services program takes a holistic approach to helping physicians manage their careers. It’s not just about finding a job, it’s about helping doctors develop a strategic career plan that is in alignment with their values and aspirations. Once we have a solid plan, we help them execute the plan. After they have landed the job, we provide products and services to facilitate their success. We strive to partner with physicians in the management of their careers from residency to retirement.
Our packages and support services have been established to guide you through an aggressive career transition with ease. This allows you to focus on providing quality care and positively influencing health care outcomes.Dian Ginsberg, director of Career Services
Our career services offers a wealth of packaged and a la carte service options to best serve your next steps. We encourage you to take the next step to improve your career.
Reach the next level with our guidance
Our Career Services team offers a range of services and bundled service options (packages) that include:
Psychometric Assessments: StrengthsFinder, CPI260, DiSC and Change Style Indicator
Professional Development: Distance education, live institutes, Certified Physician Executive (CPE) Program, and Master's Program
Physician Wellness: Articles and resources
Professional Mentoring Program: connecting available mentors with mentees
Executive Coaching: Professional biography and profile writing, updating, and polishing
Career Moves: Helping you locate, apply for, interview and land your next job
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Own Your Career
At American Association for Physician Leadership, we have the personnel, confidence, and experience to take your career to the next level. All you have to decide on now: is to make a decision that will improve your chances of successfully delivering on the career goals you have long envisioned.
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