January 2, 2018
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PST
Event Type: Webcast
Attend this webinar to learn how LEAD Academy and Advanced LEAD Academy can help support your staff manage more effectively and develop critical leadership skills. This year, attendees from more than 19 hospitals participated in one of three LEAD Academy co-horts. Participates ranged from brand new managers to seasoned leaders who looking to re-energize their skills.
You’re invited to learn more about this exciting management development program during a webcast at noon on January 2. During the webcast we will:
• Share information about the complete LEAD Academy and Advanced LEAD Academy curriculums
• Outline the type of employee that will benefit most from participating
• Provide information on cost and registration
• Answer your questions
What is LEAD Academy?
LEAD Academy is an intensive six-day, 12-module training experience using innovative tools and experiential learning to empower recently hired, newly appointed or previously untrained health care leaders to better understand and use their strengths. Designed for health care supervisors and managers, LEAD is built on the underlying principle that effective leadership requires productive relationships to support excellence in patient care, sustainable business objectives and a safe patient environment.
What is Advanced LEAD Academy?
Advanced LEAD Academy is a three-day, six module program that provides the perfect next step for those who want exposure to more advanced skills, and for people who have basic leadership skills and want to explore their leadership potential. Six comprehensive training modules strengthen competencies and cultivate skills of leaders at any level of the organization interested in learning how to:
• Balance strategic focus, operating objectives and interpersonal relationships
• Target and identify opportunities for innovation and change
• Manage and inspire the performance of their employees
Speaker and LEAD Academy Facilitator:
Pamela Cunningham is a Six Sigma Black Belt skilled at blending the technical with the human side of high performance. A highly regarded trainer, Pam conducted leadership training for clinical and non-clinical managers for private- and public-sector health care organizations, including Marquette General Health System, BCBS Michigan, Metro Healthcare and CIGNA. She also has advised hospital executives on how to quickly and effectively resolve various organizational issues in organizations such as Lutheran, St. Vincent and Baptist Hospitals.