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I Don't Need to be Right with Jared Schultz Director of Practice Management Services at MSM Inc.

Episode Summary :

This is the second part of our conversation with Jared Schultz, Director of Practice Management Services at Medical Specialties Managers Inc.

In this episode, Jared shares how he keeps his passion for healthcare alive. We also cover one of his failures and the lessons he has learned from it, family and life balance, emotional intelligence, and increasing relationships of trust among people we work with.

Jared shares a lot of insights on dealing with conflict in the workplace, learning how to express your professional opinion with grace, and graciously accepting the team’s decision whether it’s favorable to your suggestion or not.

We’ve all experienced conflict in our lives, whether it’s at the workplace or at home. In this interview, you’ll learn tips on handling conflict, learning from failures, and more, so please tune in.

Today’s Guest:

Jared Schultz is the Director of Practice Management Services at Medical Specialties Managers Inc where he is involved in supporting a number of practice management clients and consulting engagements.

Before MSM, Jared was a Practice Administrator at MedMan for more than two years.

He has a dual master’s degree from the University of Utah School of Medicine and David Eccles School of Business.

Key Take-Aways:

  • It’s better to check out while you are still in a good place and not burnt out. Then come back the next day and be ready to tackle all the problems again.

  • It’s okay not to be right.

  • We have to hit a low point to be more aware of our weaknesses and have room to grow. When you are working in a team, you're going to come up against each other because of different opinions and different emotional maturity levels. Be more flexible. Learn to accept the team’s decision and understand that you don’t have to right all the time.


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