Next week is the American Association of Physician Liaisons' Annual Conference in Salt Lake City. Tammy Tiller-Hewitt will be joined by several Tiller-Hewitt trained super star liaisons and liaisons turned executives as they share exciting topics with the attendees. In this week’s video, Mary Barber is going to give you Five Tips to Make the Most of the Conference. For more details about our speaking events at the AAPL conference and other locations, take a look at our upcoming events. AND...don’t forget to stop by the Tiller-Hewitt booth and say “Hi!”. 😊
Retention starts with recruiting physicians who fit and continues through strategic onboarding and beyond. Yet, many organizations miss critical steps along the way and risk million-dollar recruitment mistakes. Learn how to reveal the fit factors factors during recruitment – and eliminate derailing factors during onboarding – so you can recruit and retain the physicians and advanced practitioners who will flourish in your organization. Tammy Tiller-Hewitt, CEO of Tiller-Hewitt HealthCare Strategies, highlights the key onboarding and retention practices that have worked for hundreds of hospitals nationwide, enhancing the recruitment environment, accelerating practice ramp-up and achieving long-term retention. Tara Osseck, Director of Recruiting with Jackson Physician Search, shares best practices for finding and engaging candidates who fit, based on more than a decade of experience as both a recruitment consultant and in-house recruitment and business development professional at hospitals in Missouri and Tennessee.
2018 AAPL Annual Conference Gylord National Resort in National Harbor Maryland June 14-16, 2018 Tammy Tiller-Hewitt will present "Elevate Your Elevator Speech" at the 2018 Annual American Association of Physicians Liaison Conference in National Harbor, Maryland. Perhaps the most important "speech" you will ever hear is the one delivered by the flight attendant on your next trip. Certainly it’s the most important one that they will deliver. It can - and has - saved lives. Yet look around, and you see that every passenger is tuned out. The exception is the attendant who knows how to capture and hold your attention long enough to make it very clear "what's in it for you." Survival! Be THAT flight attendant! The next time you introduce yourself or a new physician to your customers, be prepared with the "elevator speech" that gets their attention, makes them want to know more and achieves your goal. This session will include a dynamic, hands-on exercise that will focus on the five rules of a great 30 second elevator speech. Attendees will develop and practice their own, and learn how [...]