X

Best-selling author Dave Logan to speak at Western Health Care Leadership Academy



March 06, 2015
Area(s) of Interest: Physician Leadership Professional Development & Education 

Attendees at the May 29-31 Western Health Care Leadership Academy will have the opportunity to listen and ask questions of Dave Logan, best-selling author, USC Marshall School of Business faculty member and management consultant.


Professor Logan will share key insights from his new book, The Best Medicine: A Physician’s Guide to Effective Leadership, as well as concepts drawn from his New York Times bestseller Tribal Leadership: Leveraging Natural Groups to Build a Thriving Organization. Professor Logan received top marks for his interactive presentation at the 2012 Leadership Academy; his new specific focus on physician leadership is sure to be a hit.


This year, attendees will also have the opportunity to meet and interact with the program’s keynote speakers — New York Times bestselling author Malcolm Gladwell and Pulitzer Prize-winning science writer Siddhartha Mukherjee, M.D., whose book is the subject of an upcoming Ken Burns documentary.


Register today with the VIP Upgrade and enjoy more “up close and personal” experiences, including express conference check-in, preferred seating, a private cocktail hour meet-and-greet with Dr. Mukherjee, a small group interactive breakout session with Gladwell and more.


The 18th Annual Western Health Care Leadership Academy continues its mission of providing information and tools needed to succeed in today’s rapidly changing health care environment. Attendees will hear from the experts and leaders of change. The conference will examine the most significant challenges facing health care today and present proven models and innovative approaches to transform your organization’s care delivery and business practices.


For more information and to register, visit www.westernleadershipacademy.com.

Join CMA Today!

Explore why over 43,000 California physicians have joined CMA to advocate for patients, the medical profession and the future of health care.

Was this page helpful?