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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.

Objectives:

  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.

SLC 2017 Day 4: Leadership that Drives Results

Today’s organizations must promote proactive leadership techniques which drive measurable results for improvement and growth. There is no time left for process without results. Attendees of this invigorating session will learn specific techniques for engaging their co-workers for successful team-based efforts, customer service initiatives and ongoing daily outcomes.

Objectives:

At the completion of this program, the attendees will possess the skills to:

  1. Understand the difference between leadership and management
  2. Use B.S.C.T.P. effectively
  3. Create 50/50 relationships.
  4. Maximize shift report and shift startup
  5. Implement the One Great Unit concept
  6. Handle negative attitudes that interfere with team success
  7. Implement effective/efficient team huddles
  8. Organize a come with me program
  9. Check customer satisfaction at the time of delivery

This session will include specific methods to enhance leadership that encourages results with techniques that can be easily implemented.

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.

SLC 2017 Day 3: WORKFORCE 21: Recruitment, Selection, and Retention of Quality Employees

“If you are the employer of choice, you’ll be the provider of choice.”

To run a successful organization, we must have dedicated, quality co-workers that embrace the team concept. Like never before, we’re being challenged to find the quantity and quality of co-workers necessary to be involved on our team. It is possible to reduce turnover lower than the national average in a short period of time by using team-based involvement.

Objectives:

On the completion of this session, participants will be able to:

  1. Implement methods for recruitment utilizing existing staff.
  2. Develop behavioral interviewing and selection techniques.
  3. Coordinate specific retention techniques (turnover reduction) including mentoring and orientation.
  4. Implement successful self-reporting system that develops team-based accountability and motivated behavior on a daily basis.

This program will rely heavily upon case-study and real-life examples of reasons why an employee eaves, the effects on personnel availability because of negative advertising and practical and innovative techniques for advertising.

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.