Another in my occasional series on email solicitations that really make you wonder. I've left the link so you can get all the details. Does anyone really sign up for this one?
Dear Paul Levy,
If you'd like to learn strategies to effectively handle dreaded conversations with your most stubborn doctors, this is your last chance to register for a live, 60-minute Audio Conference:
"Dealing with Difficult Doctors: Eliminate Power Struggles & Bad Behavior"
Wednesday, September 19, 2007 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET
Getting into a power struggle with a difficult doctor is a bad idea.
Listen to proven strategies to conduct difficult conversations and improve your department’s culture. Save your hospital valuable time and money by nipping potential problems in the bud. During this 60-minute conference, you and your staff can clear the air, deal with problems quickly and build a culture of excellence.
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Listen from the comfort and convenience of your desk.
EASY - A telephone is all the equipment you need. Just dial in, punch in your access code, and you're in. That's it. Follow along with the audio conference handouts provided in advance.
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