Make Your Own Luck! Attend the Summer Leadership Conference

“The harder I work, the luckier I get.” This quote and variations of it have been attributed to Thomas Jefferson and Samuel Goldwyn, among others. We may never know who actually said it, but regardless, the sentiment is clear: Luck is something we make for ourselves through perseverance, work, and by seizing opportunities. This seems especially apropos as we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this week. It’s a reminder that we can all be Irish for one day, and lucky, IF we work hard enough!

As we all know, there are potentially huge changes looming in healthcare and long-term care. Nothing could be clearer than the need to develop leadership in this environment. The Summer Leadership Conference, to be held in Bermuda from July 24–28, 2017, is an opportunity to do just that; it provides a unique, once-a-year chance to replenish, recharge, and refocus.

This is the 35th annual edition of The Summer Leadership Conference, a testament to its value to the participants (many of whom have been coming for years), and its endurance as a high-level event, attracting leaders who want to share experiences, in addition to exploring all the recreational, leisure, and sports-related activities Bermuda has to offer.

In light of the coming changes and potential challenges in our industry, let’s work harder, play harder, and conjure up some luck! Consider joining your colleagues, earning 15 CEUs, and recharging those leadership batteries!

We’re thrilled to have as our Facilitator for the 2017 Summer Leadership Conference, Clint MaunMaun-Lemke President and Senior Partner.

Read more about the program!


SLC 2017 Day 5: The Art and Science of Teaming

Today’s organizations will find it difficult to be successful without the use of teams to produce important improvement and operational stability. This is particularly true when developing Quality Improvement teams for recruitment, selection, retention, and marketing related teams. To produce a successful team you need to develop boundaries for the implementation of successful group activities.


  1. At the completion of this session, the participants will be able to:
  2. Determine customized team rules/boundaries for their organization
  3. Practice real team implementation
  4. Develop successful meeting participation techniques
  5. Prepare for conflict management with techniques for handling conflict
  6. Capitalize on conflict opportunities which produce positive team public relations

This session will truly allow your team to advance to the next level by facilitative lecture and practice.

Learn more about our facilitator Clint Maun.

Summer Leadership Conference: Who Should Attend?

Long-term care leaders who want to increase levels of productivity and cooperation in his or her organization or community. Administrators, CEOs, facility owners, ACHCA and NYSHFA members and nonmembers, healthcare company providers who will benefit from this week-long workshop.