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Provide your audience with an experience that engages and solutions that stick.

For over 25 years, Dr. Marty Martin has travelled the world, presenting seminars loaded with real-world ideas, methods, and tips that every person in the room can use to get immediate results. A gifted and powerful presenter, he connects easily with his audience and empowers them with his well-organized, thought provoking, and practical presentations. No surprise then that he’s been invited back again and again by medical, nursing, and health care associations to speak about managing performance and conflict and dealing with disruptive behavior. He’s a frequent speaker at the national conferences for the American College for Physician Executives the Medical Group Management Association, and the Urgent Care Association of America. He’s also experienced in role playing, webinars, and audio and televised training.

A Dr. Marty Martin presentation is a rewarding experience

Each of Dr. Martin’s presentations is tailored to your organization’s specific needs and objectives. He will consult with your key players to ensure a positive audience response and useful outcomes.

His format ranges from a one- to two-hour dynamic keynote to a half-day interactive workshop to a full day seminar that includes role playing, teamwork exercises, lectures, and real world examples. All formats include action plans that allow audience members to walk away with practical solutions that stick.

Dr. Martin is a magnetic, engaging speaker. The specific format for your needs will be determined by the number of audience members, their job responsibilities, and your organization’s goals.

Check out Marty’s program offerings and contact us for more details!

  • Managing Performance
  • Working Together As a Board
  • Managing Disruptive Behavior
  • Interviewing and Selecting
  • Do You Have Career Insurance?
Managing Performance (Downloadable PDF)
A Path to Business and Clinical Excellence

This half- to full-day seminar is designed to equip leaders and managers with the knowledge and skills they need to deliver safe, high quality care that fosters high patient and staff satisfaction and engagement.

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Define a model of performance
  • Identify proven ways to manage high and low performers
  • Practice setting and measuring expectations, monitoring performance, and coaching
  • Apply a set of practical tools that align managing performance with safety, quality, satisfaction, and service excellence goals
Working Together as a Board (Downloadable PDF)
From Planning to Results

This half- to full-day information-packed session provides ample opportunity for honest dialogue, lively debate, and quiet reflection for boards looking to perform at a higher level. This session will address and improve the internal dynamics of the board, including CEO/board relations, chair/board relations, and committee/board relations.

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Discuss the facilitators and inhibitors of effective governance
  • Identify the elements of high performing boards
  • Conduct an audit of board performance that focuses on building strengths while mitigating weaknesses
  • Apply a model that engages courageous conversations about board roles, relationships, structuring, and expectations
  • Implement a process that encourages growth as a board and confrontation of dysfunctional board members
Managing Disruptive Behavior  (Downloadable PDF)
Impact on Safety and Quality

This half- to full-day interactive seminar shows you how to address disruptive behavior with competence and confidence.

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Make the business and clinical case for preventing and managing disruptive behavior
  • Manage legal, public relations, and Joint Commission risks by equipping leaders and managers with the tools they need to address this barrier to high performance and quality
  • Apply concepts and techniques for managing disruptive behavior by role playing and using actual cases
  • Develop a plan of action that removes this barrier to high performance, safety, and quality
Interviewing and Selecting the Best Team (Downloadable PDF)
Because you can’t afford to make a bad choice

In this hands-on course, you’ll reap the benefits of over 100 years of research that shows the most effective interview and selection methods. An example: structured interviews are better than unstructured interviews. You’ll learn which selection technique to use and why, and also how to use each technique with illustrations and demonstrations of all the selection and interviewing techniques presented.

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Calculate the return on investment for making a good or bad selection decision
  • Determine if your interviewing skills are producing the positive results you’re looking for
  • Identify the most appropriate selection and interviewing method for your unique situation
  • Apply the lessons you’ve learned from demonstrations and best practice discussions
  • Practice newly acquired skills with instant feedback
Do You Have Career Insurance?  (coming soon)