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- Understand the Cycle of Renewal as a paradigm for managing life and career change. Define personal and professional values.
- Manage time and money in relationship to values.
- Investigate his/her range of career options, using medicine as a platform to meet their needs.
- Develop ways to manage the stress inherent in practicing medicine today and better balance life with work.
- Design a specific life plan for the next stage of life, involving specific action steps, timelines, and support systems.
This is the most popular of the CPPR Physician workshops. It is available in half-day, full-day, and two-day versions, depending upon the time availability, level of interest of participating physicians and spouses, and your budget. The program utilizes experiential learning and a high level of audience participation and interaction with the facilitator to guide physicians to greater personal and professional satisfaction. For a more detailed listing of topics discussed, please contact us.
- Understand the Cycle of Renewal as a paradigm for personal and career change.
- Understand the internal and external factors which lead to physician career dissatisfaction.
- Identify their own unique stressors at work and at home.
- Understand the stress cycle and how it progressively leads to burnout.
- Have a personal strategy for improved stress management.
- Understand the Six Domains of Life Balance and how to implement them in daily living.
- Design a personal plan to achieve and monitor their own work – life balance.
This seminar is available in both half day and full day formats, depending upon the time availability of the participants, their level of interest in the topic, and the budget.
- Understand what factors are driving their career dissatisfaction.
- Understand the Cycle of Renewal as a paradigm for career change.
- Define their values, purpose, and passions.
- Manage the three phases of Career Transition.
- Know and plan for the personal and professional tasks to be mastered in the new career setting.
- Expect and strategize around income reduction during transition.
- Have a long-term strategy for effective financial planning of the the new career venture. Anticipate and plan to meet legal and insurance issues in leaving an existing medical practice.
- How best to set up a new medical partnership, including organizational, financial, and legal perspectives.
- Define the healthy behaviors which characterize effective physicians.
- Understand the physician personality traits, coping skills, workplace triggers, and family history traits which often accompany disruptive behavior.
- Understand what additional emotional-psychiatric disorders are commonly present but undiagnosed.
- Implement effective solutions with which to make the working environment safe for all healthcare professionals.
- Establish effective peer review by which to confront the behavior while treating the physician with sensitivity and caring.
- Distinguish those cases in which external referral are likely to be necessary.
- Be able to define their current academic purpose.
- Understand how to better align their purpose with those of the institution in which they work.
- Have a strategy to better balance their career with their private life.
- Understand how to optimize the use of their critical resources: time and money.
- Have their own unique academic career plan including specific action steps, timelines, and a support system with which to move their careers forward.
- Discuss the common features of the medical marriage.
- Discuss the marriage challenges of spouses and physicians.
- Present solutions to the challenges.
- Create a safe forum for discussion between spouses
1. Understand the changing medical milieu.
2. Clarify your personal purpose.
3. Use your values to manage personal time.
4. Have a thoughtful prescription for health and balance.
1. Develop a vision for the future and communicate it well.
2. Manage your work office and work flow strategically.
3. Understand and coach others in the cyclical pattern of careers.
4. The importance and tasks of the career mentoring of staff.
5. How to handle bad actors.
6 .The intangibles of leading other physicians.
1. Determine your current and your preferred weekly time allocation.
2. Consider how to move towards your preferred allocation plan for improved balance.
3. Make some critical decisions about the state of your financial planning.
4. Create a Personal Plan to Improve your time & money management.
Unlike most workshops devoted to financial planning for retirement, presented by certified financial planners, this workshop will focus on the non-financial, life planning considerations in retirement planning and post-retirement planning, facilitated by a national leader in physician life and career planning, who was a practicing radiologist for 41 years.
RETIREMENT FROM CLINICAL MEDICINE is a 4-hour workshop suitable for practicing physicians, residents and fellows. The content will encourage audience participation, and emphasize experiential learning including lecture, small and large group discussion, and written exercises. The approach is designed to clarify personal values, provide physicians with practical tools and strategies to help them make the important decisions necessary for a successful retirement, and help them plan for a new satisfying and meaningful life chapter after retirement. This workshop, based upon Dr. Moskowitz’s over two decades of life and career coaching experience with physicians, as well as his own retirement from practice. Will result in an individualized retirement plan for each participant.
- Learn how retirement attitudes and strategies are rapidly changing.
- Consider “protirement,” rather than “retirement.”
- Consider WHY retirement soon may or may not make sense for you.
- Learn WHO should retire from the practice of medicine.
- Learn WHEN is the appropriate time for you to retire.
- Learn HOW to plan a successful retirement:
- Create a personal income stream that meets your needs.
- Clinical practice considerations.
- When to start planning.
- Working with your spouse/partner.
- Working with a certified financial planner.
- Consider WHAT NEXT? (Golf every day may not cut it for everyone.)
- Developing a post-retirement plan for happiness, contribution, and meaning.
- Learn from the experience of physicians already retired.