Each year, PCP trains over 2,500 health professionals in leadership skills that include team-building, change management, and provider wellbeing. Our interactive workshops are held at institutions and clinics across the country, delivered by a national network of clinicians and consultants.
Whether you’re looking for a day-long workshop for an intact team or a more extended engagement as you navigate change, our action-oriented courses serve teams and individuals across every setting in primary care.
What sets us apart
We believe in the power of community
Healthcare professionals need connection — specifically, an authentic relationship with both colleagues and patients — now more than ever. They also need to feel part of community — something bigger than themselves. For this, they need a set of skills to help them move beyond traditional lone-rangerism to establish inclusive, collaborative spaces that promote trust and interdependency. By being a part of Primary Care Progress — either attending a workshop or joining a program — you will not only develop these skills, but you’ll also gain access to our national community of change agents, leaders and team-builders. We know transformation takes a village — join ours so we can help you deliver meaningful change while helping your people thrive at the same time.
We’re all about the team
Our trainers include a mix of primary care clinicians and leadership development professionals, giving you the opportunity to learn from a diversity of perspectives and experiences. And as practitioners and clinicians in the trenches, we understand firsthand what you’re going through — and can prepare you with the skills to overcome those challenges.
We bring together the head and the heart
As Simon Sinek noted, “Leadership isn’t about being in charge; it’s about taking care of those in your charge.” In addition to nurturing a set of basic skills to lead your team, we also provide you with practices that help you nurture the members of your team — to learn what motivates and inspires your colleagues to work collaboratively in advance of a shared mission.