Joe Mull, M.Ed, author of Cure for the Common Leader: What Physicians & Managers Must Do to Engage & Inspire Healthcare Teams, will wrap up two days’ of programming at the South Dakota Rural Health Leaders Conference in Fort Pierre on June 13 and 14.

Mull’s presentation, Motivating Healthcare Teams in an Era of Change, More Work, & Fewer Resources, will give attendees a plethora of evidence-based tactics and strategies for influencing employee engagement in health care settings. His program is a funny, engrossing exploration of how leaders can get more out of their teams by creating the conditions that lead employees to care and try.

Joe is the former head of learning and development for Physician Services at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC), where he directed training for one of the largest physician groups in the nation. Today he is an in-demand speaker and trainer who travels the country delivering keynotes, workshops and training events designed to help health care leaders navigate the people management challenges they face every day. For more information, including a preview video of Mull’s programs, visit

Register today for the South Dakota Rural Health Leaders Conference.