Podcast: Stop Workplace Drama

By AAPL Staff
September 24, 2019

If you work in healthcare as a leader or manager, you’re probably familiar with office drama. You know what I mean. The turf war between the billing manager and the front desk staff. The coder who hoards work to make herself look busy and important. Or the physician whose patients adore her, but is disruptive with her colleagues.

Marlene Chism

Marlene Chism

If any of this sounds familiar, help is available in this episode of Sound Practice. Our guest is author, executive educator, and consultant Marlene Chism.

Marlene will provide practical strategies for how to elevate your leadership, implement strategic communication, and eliminate time-wasting drama. Join us for a lively conversation with Marlene Chism.  She’s the author of the program,  “7 Ways to Stop Drama in Your Healthcare Practice,” www.greenbranch.com/stopdrama

Marlene Chism can be reached at www.marlenechism.com

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Show Notes:

“7 Ways to Stop Drama in Your Healthcare Practice”, www.greenbranch.com/stopdrama

Marlene Chism, Author, executive educator and consultant


The SoundPractice podcast delivers practical information and fresh perspectives for handling the daily challenges of running a medical practice.

Physician advocates Michael Sacopulos, JD (healthcare attorney, author, speaker) and Cheryl Toth, MBA (business writer, speaker - former practice consultant and healthcare tech executive) bring you the best thought leaders, crisp humor, and pithy tips for developing a practice that thrives.

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