A New Approach to Make Rewards Rewarding

Leadership skills are critical in structuring a reward program that is effective. The goal of a reward program is to motivate a practice's employees to do the right work the right way. Most reward programs fall short. A new approach that considers individualizing rewards may work for a medical practice. However, designing and implementing a new program is more than a management function, this process requires leadership skills. This article discusses this new approach to rewards, but more importantly, emphasizes how leadership is needed in any type of re-structuring of work-related practices.

Reprinted with Permission from The Journal of Medical Practice Management®, Volume 35, Number 2, pages 122-144, Copyright 2019, American Association for Physician Leadership®, 800-562-8088, www.physicianleadership.org




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