Collaboration is an essential skill for any MSP, and is a key driver of personal effectiveness in TMG’s EMSP Core Competency Model. Teams made up of collaborative members can achieve remarkable results by harnessing the diverse skills, perspectives, and knowledge of members. Let’s look at the common issues that interfere with effective collaboration and explore
TMG’s Executive MSP Competency Model includes risk tolerance as a necessary skill for personal effectiveness. Defined as the willingness to take on uncertainty and potential setbacks in pursuit of goals, we often hear about risk tolerance as it relates to the world of finance. But risk tolerance is just as important in Medical Staff Services.
TMG’s Executive MSP Competency Model includes time management as a necessary skill for personal effectiveness. Some would call time management our superpower. After all, every second counts as we navigate through a labyrinth of tasks, from acting as the sentinels of patient safety to keeping the gears of Medical Staff Services turning smoothly. When we
TMG’s Executive MSP Competency Model includes emotional intelligence as a necessary skill for personal effectiveness. While an MSP’s technical expertise and knowledge are important, emotional intelligence (EQ) is what enables you to effectively navigate interactions, manage your emotions, and build strong relationships with your colleagues. The Importance of Emotional Intelligence Emotional intelligence encompasses several components,
Books have long held the power to transport us to different worlds, ignite our imaginations, and challenge our perspectives. Their hidden treasure trove of wisdom and inspiration can profoundly impact our personal and professional lives. Whether we seek guidance, motivation, or a fresh perspective, the right book has the ability to shape our thinking, ignite
We’ve all heard (or witnessed) the horror stories: The MSP who embezzled money, who cheated on their remote timecard, who misrepresented facts to make themselves look better, or who falsified their credentials on their resume. These behaviors don’t reflect the integrity exhibited by the vast majority of those in our profession, yet it’s worth examining
My work as a healthcare consultant often involves collaborating with organizations to streamline processes, implement technological solutions, and reconfigure accountability structures to create efficiencies. In other words, I help organizations do more with less. In 2020, however, “doing more with less” has taken on new meaning. This year’s COVID pandemic is the black swan event
Drop in for a quick huddle. Tap the shoulder of a fellow professional and ask a question. Add your voice to a lively discussion of pressing issues. Team Med Global’s private LinkedIn group, The TMG Zone, offers the informal water cooler atmosphere that allows you to connect. “We designed The TMG Zone to be a
Difficult team members. Managers who inevitably add one more task. Healthcare administrators who look through us rather than at us. It can be easy for MSPs to fall into the trap of feeling like a victim. It’s up to us to shrug off victimhood and instead step into our MSP power. MSP power can feel
What is the most common reason why people fail in whatever they set out to do? While a lack of discipline or persistence can certainly derail us, there is only one thing that truly halts us in our tracks. It’s an insidious voice that whispers convincing lies – lies that we often believe without question.
MSPs, how many times have you told yourself, “This year is going to be my year!” and then didn’t really experience much change? Perhaps you have the motivation to better yourself and further your career. You sprint into the New Year at full speed, only to see your drive diminish and your old habits return.