Establishing and maintaining a positive team culture requires collaboration, strategy, and scenario planning in order to be effective.
Help your radiology team better understand diversity, equity, and inclusion with these resources.
Implementing strategies for communicating openly and managing disagreements while containing conflict is essential for radiology teams to function at a high level.
The session, presented by 2021-22 ARRS President Jonathan Kruskal, discusses the structure and function of high-functioning teams, characteristics of new and old power, and benefits of servant and inclusive leadership in this time of change.
This session focuses on strategies for recognizing and dealing with difficult conversations and microaggressions.
This course offers a collection of health equity considerations for radiology businesses from academia and private practice. Course faculty address practical facilitators and barriers to achieving health equity in radiology and provide how-to tips for integrating the concept of health equity in everyday radiology practice.
2020-21 ARRS President Alexander Norbash discusses inclusive practices in a team, experimentalism, and servant leadership to position radiology as at the forefront of future thinking in medicine.
When teams have clear functions and responsibilities, they know what is expected of them and work more efficiently. Knowing their roles will also help them feel encouraged and motivated toward completing their various tasks.
Teams cannot simply be formed or appointed—extensive human and financial resources are required to build the culture and to sustain the efforts, along with effective and current educational programs and a learning environment.
Inclusive leadership comprises a visible commitment, humility, awareness of biases, curiosity about others, cultural intelligence, and effective collaborations.