Drives for efficiency, value, and equity only raise the stakes and heighten the need for truly effective teams. The characteristics of high- performing teams and organizations have been known for decades. However, building such teams, or transforming poorly performing teams into them, is challenging.
The experiences we create are curated from decades of experience in healthcare and beyond. We help to make a core set of relational skills practical in healthcare.
Intend Health offers a wide range of highly interactive workshops tailored to meet your organization’s specific needs. Participants gain skills and insights to help their team build trust, capacity, and community. Additionally, we offer individual participants access to virtual versions of these workshops.
Register for one of our upcoming workshops.
We offer in-person, virtual, and hybrid workshops, and are happy to partner with individual organizations and/or provider networks.
- A single workshop
- A workshop series
- We also offer customized multi-session programs for intact teams, or a cohort of individuals from multiple teams with sessions delivered over weeks or months. The content is customized to address the needs and challenges specific to your group. Between sessions, team members will apply the techniques and reflect together on the results.
Register for one of our upcoming workshops below:
Stay tuned for more events being announced soon.
Student Action Network Coach
Kyle Turner, PharmD
University of Utah
Lexy Kliewer, LCSW
Oregon Health and Science University
Katie Gradick, MD, MHS
University of Utah
Relational Leadership for Clinician Leadership Program Participant
Sarah Smithson, MD, MPH
Assistant Dean for Clinical Education University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine
Peter Meyers, MD, MPH
Family Physician, Minnesota Community Care
Matt Lewis, PhD
Josh Hinson, MSW, LCSW
Assistant Professor University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Social Work
Family Medicine Resident, UC Davis San Joaquin General Hospital
Student Action Network Participant
Krisda Chaiyachati, MD, MPH, MSHP
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania