Leadership and the Sexes
During this provocative three-hour session, led by Mr. Gurian and Dr. Cohn, participants will learn:
- Differences between male-female brain scans and implications for gender roles
- Methods of communication to bridge male-female differences in healthcare settings and create a more harmonious workplace
- How to leverage gender diversity to run better meetings and transform your teams
Mr. Michael Gurian
Michael Gurian is the New York Times best-selling author of twenty five books published in twenty one languages. The Gurian Institute, which he co-founded, conducts research internationally, launches pilot programs and trains professionals. As a social philosopher and family counselor, Michael has pioneered efforts to bring neurobiology and brain research into homes, schools, corporations, and public policy.
Dr. Kenneth Cohn
To the best of his knowledge, Dr. Cohn is the only practicing general surgeon/MBA in the US who speaks, consults, writes, and teaches about physician-hospital relations. Using real-life stories from his work in 42 states, he demonstrates ways that collaboration improves retention and clinical and financial outcomes. His four books, Better Communication for Better Care, Collaborate for Success, The Business of Healthcare, and Getting It Done, have sold over 5,000 copies. Dr. Cohn has been mentoring physicians in leadership development over a decade, finding that they enjoy learning from a fellow practicing physician.