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Thursday, November 02, 2017
7:00am to 8:00am Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:00am to 9:30am Women and Healthcare Leadership: Today's Most Highly Valued Skills and Strategies

Julie Silver, MD

9:30am to 10:30am Strategies and Skills for Inclusive Leadership: How to Identify and Leverage Individual Differences

Dani Monroe, MSOD

10:30am to 11:00am Break

Refreshments provided

11:00am to 11:45am Coaching Strategies That Advance Managerial Effectiveness

Margaret Moore, MBA

11:45am to 12:30pm Extrovert or Quiet Leader? Strategies to Maximize Success for Different Personalities and Leadership Styles

Vera Tice, MSEE, BEEE

12:30pm to 2:00pm Lunch break
2:00pm to 3:00pm Eradicating Microaggressions and the Marginalization of Women, Minorities, and Individuals with Disabilities in Your Workplace

Ranna Parekh, MD, MPH

3:00pm to 3:45pm Tapping into the Power of Social Media in Healthcare Leadership

Rusty Shelton

3:45pm to 4:15pm Break

Refreshments provided

4:15pm to 5:00pm Effective Leadership in an Uncertain Healthcare Environment: Strategies for Agility, Adaptability, and Resilience

Christine Spadafor, JD, ScM, RN

5:00pm to 5:45pm Predicting Your Leadership Success: A Checklist to Inventory Your Skills and Readiness

Deborah Saltman, AM, MD, PhD

Join Us for Dialogue and Dessert

7:00pm to 9:00pm Healthcare Leadership Networking Roundtables

We invite you to participate in friendly, informal roundtable discussions where you can enjoy coffee and dessert and network with other attendees.

Several moderated roundtables will be available, facilitated by experts on various healthcare leadership topics including work/lifestyle balance, business strategy, and communication. Facilitators provide advice and encourage vibrant discussions, and participants rotate to several different tables during the evening. 

Join us for this engaging opportunity for learning and networking. 
(Specific topics will be announced on site.) 

Friday, November 03, 2017
7:00am to 8:00am Continental Breakfast
8:00am to 9:00am Executive Communication: Advanced-Level Skills and Strategies

Julie Silver, MD

9:00am to 9:45am How to Bolster Your Emotional Intelligence for More Effective Leadership

Laurie K. Baedke, MHA, FACHE, FACMPE

9:45am to 10:15am Break

Refreshments provided

10:15am to 11:15am Building Your Skill Set and Developing Strategies for Executive-Level Strategic Planning

Christine Schuster, RN, MBA

11:15am to 12:15pm Developing Physician Leaders: Train, Support, Innovate … Repeat

Jessica Dudley, MD

12:15pm to 1:30pm Lunch break
1:30pm to 2:15pm Interactive Breakout Sessions A to I (Choose one)

During the course of the day, attendees will have the opportunity to attend up to three of the following eight breakout sessions:

A Impact of Women’s Leadership Education: Last Year’s Conference Participants Report Their Personal Experiences
Kerry Reynolds, MD and Tiffany Love, PhD, APRN, GNP, ANP-BC, CCA 
B Positioning Yourself as a Thought Leader: How to Write Compelling Blogs, Short Articles, and Op Eds
Liz Neporent
C How Twitter Can Help to Advance Your Healthcare Agenda
Heather Logghe, MD and Diane Radford, MD
D How to Ensure a Strong Return on Investment for an Innovation Program
Andrea Ippolito, MS, MEng
E Building Strategic Connections and Partnerships to Advance Your Healthcare Agenda
Chloe Slocum, MD
F Coaching Science: From Vision to Action
Margaret Moore, MBA
G Improving Your Own Personal Wellness
Elizabeth P. Frates, MD
H How to Pitch Your Ideas
Saurabha Bhatnagar, MD (Only offered at this hour)
I Cultivating Psychological Resilience
Shelley Carson, PhD

2:15pm to 2:30pm Break
2:30pm to 3:15pm Interactive Breakout Sessions A to H (Choose one)

 

A Impact of Women’s Leadership Education: Last Year’s Conference Participants Report Their Personal Experiences
Kerry Reynolds, MD and Tiffany Love, PhD, APRN, GNP, ANP-BC, CCA
B Positioning Yourself as a Thought Leader: How to Write Compelling Blogs, Short Articles, and Op Eds
Liz Neporent
C How Twitter Can Help to Advance Your Healthcare Agenda
Heather Logghe, MD and Diane Radford, MD
D How to Ensure a Strong Return on Investment for an Innovation Program
Andrea Ippolito, MS, MEng
E Building Strategic Connections and Partnerships to Advance Your Healthcare Agenda
Chloe Slocum, MD
F Coaching Science: From Vision to Action
Margaret Moore, MBA
G Improving Your Own Personal Wellness
Elizabeth P. Frates, MD
H Cultivating Psychological Resilience
Shelley Carson, PhD

3:15pm to 3:30pm Break

Refreshments provided

3:30pm to 4:15pm Interactive Breakout Sessions A to H (Choose one)

 

A Impact of Women’s Leadership Education: Last Year’s Conference Participants Report Their Personal Experiences
Kerry Reynolds, MD and Tiffany Love, PhD, APRN, GNP, ANP-BC, CCA
B Positioning Yourself as a Thought Leader: How to Write Compelling Blogs, Short Articles, and Op Eds
Liz Neporent
C How Twitter Can Help to Advance Your Healthcare Agenda
Heather Logghe, MD and Diane Radford, MD, FACS, FRCSEd
D How to Ensure a Strong Return on Investment for an Innovation Program
Andrea Ippolito, MS, MEng
E Building Strategic Connections and Partnerships to Advance Your Healthcare Agenda
Chloe Slocum, MD
F Coaching Science: From Vision to Action
Margaret Moore, MBA
G Improving Your Own Personal Wellness
Elizabeth P. Frates, MD
H Cultivating Psychological Resilience
Shelley Carson, PhD

 

Saturday, November 04, 2017
7:00am to 8:00am Continental Breakfast
8:00am to 9:00am High-Stakes Conversations: Assessment Skills Every Leader Needs

Carson F. Dye, MBA, FACHE

9:00am to 9:45am Strategies and Best Practices for Clinical Innovation

Saurabha Bhatnagar, MD

9:45am to 10:05am Break

Refreshments provided

10:05am to 11:05am Assessing and Addressing Physician Burnout

Marcela G. del Carmen, MD, MPH

11:05am to 12:05pm A Plan to Achieve Next-Level Leadership: Developing Your Goals and Implementing Your Strategy

Julie Silver, MD

12:05pm to 1:30pm Lunch break

Optional Advanced Workshops

1:30pm to 4:30pm Advanced Workshops (Choose one)

Advanced Workshops are optional 3-hour smaller group sessions focusing in depth on higher-level leadership and career development skills. You can customize your learning experience, choosing a workshop from among the following that aligns with your career interests and goals.

 

Building a Successful Program, Center, or Institute: Strategies for Getting Started or Going to the Next Level
Nevena Zubcevik, DO, MSPT and Laura Duerksen, MBA

You see a need among a patient population, whether locally or globally, and you know you must grow the field around you to fill that need. What next? Join this course to learn about the building blocks, skills, and tools that you need to cultivate support for a new program, center, or institute.

We will cover organizational change management concepts and provide you with a toolkit for starting a center, including a business plan and vision statement. You will have an opportunity to workshop negotiation strategies, discover how to utilize your network and mentors, and learn how women can be most effective in bringing about change in hospitals and healthcare organizations.

 

Objectives: After attending this workshop, you will be able to:

  1. Create a mission and vision statement for your new center, leading to an elevator pitch
  2. Learn about business plans and assembling a team who can help you write a successful plan
  3. Understand key principles in organizational change management
  4. Give voice to your values by practicing negotiation and leadership skills

 

Social Media Boot Camp
Rusty Shelton

A special 3-hour immersive workshop for physicians, nurses, and other healthcare leaders who want a current understanding of the uses, career-building attributes, infrastructure, time requirements, benefits, and risks of social media.

Participants will learn how to reach a larger audience with their message online—whether to build thought-leadership and impact as an individual, or to build a more visible brand for their institution. The workshop will include case studies, and will show attendees how to stand out from the crowd and prioritize social media efforts across Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and beyond.

 

Objectives: After attending this workshop, participants will be able to:

  1. Identify at least three channels on which to focus their content strategy in order to impact patients and healthcare leaders
  2. Train their healthcare team to use social media to effectively reach their audience with important healthcare information
  3. Utilize at least two effective, evidence-based strategies to build a larger email list

 

Mastering the 8 Habits of Highly Effective Leaders
Laurie K. Baedke, MHA, FACHE, FACMPE

This dynamic and interactive 3-hour workshop teaches the 8 habits of peak performers gleaned from leadership studies in healthcare and other industries. We know that when it comes to our health, small changes can have a major impact if they become a habit. The same is true for key leadership skills.

This workshop focuses on eight habits that peak performers utilize--small changes that can have a big impact over time. The workshop will focus on how to use these skills to be an effective leader. Regardless of whether you have formal authority or not and no matter where you are in your career, you'll walk away with an action plan that takes your leadership skills to the next level.

 

 

Developing Your Own Exceptional Leadership Competencies
Carson F. Dye, MBA, FACHE

In this 3-hour workshop, participants learn about the leadership competency theory, which many believe is the most effective and expedient method of developing leadership skills.

Participants explore this theory and 16 critical leadership competencies. They have an opportunity to evaluate their own strengths and focus on opportunities for self-improvement. This workshop will help leaders to not only improve their own leadership competencies but also to build strong, dynamic teams that support their institution and healthcare agenda.

 

Introduction to What Every Leader Needs to Know about Financial Reporting
Wendy Gutterson, MS

Understanding hospital and medical practice finance requires some training that many healthcare professionals have never received. Learning the basics of financial reporting does not have to be daunting. In this finance workshop, participants will learn the basics of balance sheets, profit and loss statements, budget design and monitoring, compensation strategies, and how financial reports shape management decisions.

Through discussion and hands-on exercises, attendees will gain understanding of the language of the CFO in order to be a more successful and collaborative leader.

 

Objectives: After attending this workshop, participants will be able to:

  1. Identify and understand basic financial terms and tools used by healthcare leaders.
  2. Use financial reports to inform decision-making processes.
  3. Describe the budgetary process and how both financial acumen and advocacy may play a role in obtaining the resources needed for a particular project.

 

How to Write and Publish a Book to Support Your Mission and Work: Strategies and Expert Advice
Lisa Tener, MS

Writing and publishing a book can support a bigger picture, impacting patients, other healthcare providers, communities, public health, and your own career as a healthcare leader. In addition to covering the how-tos of becoming a published author, this session will teach you to market your book in ways that support your leadership work.

We will explore endeavors that work as powerful adjuncts to a book, such as webinars, online study programs, consulting, product or program development, and speaking. Case examples of savvy healthcare leaders will bring the material to life. You will also learn how to get started with a big-picture plan that plays to the synergies of book writing, leadership, and specific business endeavors.

 

Objectives: After attending this workshop, you will be able to:

  1. Clarify your big picture
  2. Identify your target audience
  3. Develop a book concept and possible book structures (a few examples); choose the optimal publishing option
  4. Develop professional opportunities, services and offerings that work synergistically with your book

 

7 Principles for Effective Leadership in Healthcare Environments
Deborah Saltman, AM, MD, PhD

This special workshop takes an innovative and evidence-driven look at core principles for effective leadership and how to leverage them within a healthcare setting. 

Educational highlights include:

 

• How to gain an essential understanding of how the people you are leading want to be led
• How to be a good “situational leader”
• Techniques to run better meetings

• Techniques for more impactful performance discussions
• How to identify your preferred leadership style(s)
• Matching your leadership style with employee and colleague work styles to achieve shared goals
• How to lead from “in front” and from “behind”

The workshop will also explore leadership pitfalls, such as “avoidant leadership styles,” that negatively impact outcomes.

 

The workshop combines hands-on exercises with theory and the opportunity to experience real life leadership situations. Participants can bring their own workplace challenges with them to the workshop.

 

Negotiation Skills and Strategies for Career Success
Paula Gutlove, DMD

This 3-hour interactive workshop helps participants understand, hone, and harness negotiation principles and self-advocacy skills.

Participants learn: strategies for empowerment and self-advocacy; tools to recognize and create opportunities for negotiation; and guidelines to establish realistic negotiation goals. Participants will develop and practice their unique and authentic negotiation voice to achieve career success and close the gender wage gap.