2017 RLI Leadership Summit

Build Your Playbook for Peak Practice Performance

Knowledge is just potential. Execution is power.

Earn up to 20.25 CME and RLI Credits

Change is a constant. Therefore, responding to change is not a one-time event.  In order to create sustainable success, we must build a foundation – a process that can be used repeatedly in the face of change – so that we are able respond appropriately.  

“Our goals can only be achieved through the vehicle of a plan…There is no other route to success.” 
- Pablo Picasso

The 2017 RLI Leadership Summit has been rigorously designed to guide you in crafting your own playbook so you can take advantage of change.  Not only to learn WHAT to do but HOW to do it, and WHY, putting the power of execution in your hands.  

"This was one of the best and most applicable sessions I’ve attended in the past 3 years and taught extremely well. The content was presented in a way that made me feel that I could immediately implement it.”

First, in Coaching for Sustainable Change”, shake off the decades-old leadership philosophies that just don’t work in the modern world.  You will learn new models for how you can change as a leader as well as how to use these models to foster organizational change. 

Now that you have learned to coach, we will look at strategic changes that can be implemented to increase operational efficiencies in the Lean Operations” session.  Here you will learn the key principles of the lean methodology, how to formulate strategies for overcoming obstacles and perhaps how we can “tweak” lean to better fit radiology.  Your new coaching skills will help you lead these operational changes. 

Once you have your practice primed for adaptability, the next step in your playbook is Developing Customer Insight”.  After years of practice, it is easy to assume we know who our customers are and what they need.  However, this complacency, especially in a fast-paced world, can be disastrous.  Here, you will learn how to identify your customer segments and glean actionable insights to improve business decisions and fuel practice growth.

In order for any practice to reach peak performance, it will take the team to succeed.  The Collective Intelligence of Teams” session will provide a way to assess and diagnose how your team’s state of collective intelligence and communication operates currently as well as ways to mitigate the tendency to rush blindly into disastrous investments of money and time.

During the Summit, you will be learning a repeatable process – one that does not stop when you leave.  This is your playbook from which to draw insights to not only respond to change, but to anticipate it, welcome it, find the opportunities therein, and, as a team, achieve ever greater successes.  


Practice your new skills and put them to use in all-new sessions this year.  During the panel discussion on physician burnout and value-based imaging, you will have the opportunity to discuss two of the biggest challenges facing radiology today and leverage not only your new skill sets, but also the collective wisdom of participants.  You will leave renewed, refreshed and full of ideas to apply when you get home.

We will also have a case-study session on artificial intelligence, machine learning and the future of radiology.  Indeed, there is nothing that will drive more change in radiology than AI.  This will allow for all participants to gain a much deeper understanding of the technology and how workflow and operations are, and will be, affected.  

Accreditation Statement
The American College of Radiology is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Designation Statement
The American College of Radiology designates this live activity for a maximum of 20.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

RLI Credit Statement
This program will be eligible for up to 20.25 RLI Credits based on competencies outlined in the Radiology Leadership Institute Common Body of Knowledge™ (CBK).

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