Leadership Capacity Workshop

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Who Should Attend: Current and emerging leaders
Location: Summit Pacific Medical Center. 600 E. Main St. Elma, WA 98541

Fridays – Feb 12, Mar 11, Apr 8 (8:30am-4pm)
COACHING CALLS (1hr)
Wednesdays – Feb 24, Mar 23, Apr 20 (10am or 2pm)

*Space is limited to a total of 30 participants. Spots will be filled on a first come basis.

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Please print and Mail this form to:
Washington Rural Health Collaborative
600 East Main Street, Elma, WA 98541 • 360-346-2350 (office) 360-346-2160 (fax)

THE LEADERSHIP INVITATION:

When you think about the future of health care, what parts are you most excited about leading? What parts are you most concerned about?

Today’s leadership challenges call for a different set of leadership skills and awareness. These new skills are no longer a nice-to-have. They are a must-have for our hospitals to remain vital, vibrant and able to serve our communities for years to come.

The Washington Rural Health Collaborative (WRHC) recognizes you as a health care professional who is a leader and influencer in our field. As health care changes, we must find new and creative ways to develop your technical and medical expertise, and invest in your leadership.

We invite you to participate in a group of WRHC leaders committed to developing a critical mass of talented people who can marry our medical expertise with the art of leadership, self-awareness, whole systems, communication, management, and vision to lead and inspire your teams.

Benefits for You and Your Hospital:

  • Develop unique leadership habits proven to produce high performance and adaptation – especially in times of change
  • Develop a calm, resilient and creative approach to leadership, decision-making and addressing industry surprises
  • Navigate breakdowns, build trust and improve innovation by applying simple and effective communications skills
  • Embed learning by applying the skills to real-time business challenges, learning from your peers, and promoting peer-coaching
  • Develop and implement a repeatable short-cycle performance system your leadership team can use on any project
  • Cultivate a culture where the ability to adapt, self-manage and lead teams across the organization becomes a specific competitive advantage for your hospital and community

SPACE IS LIMITED! To register complete this form, and return the form along with your payment by January 2, 2016.

Meet Your Trainer: Shelley Roberts!

ShelleyRobertsShelley Roberts is co-founder of StrategyClicks, Inc., a company who helps build business environments where people and performance thrive. A leader of learning, Shelley asks different kinds of questions that will have you look at yourself, your teams and your hospital with fresh eyes. Using tools designed for how the brain and business naturally work together, and a hands-on facilitation approach, Shelley’s clients create strategies and leadership approaches that energize your organization. Her disarming, professional – and fun! – style allows for practice and results that are immediate and durable.

Prior to launching her consulting practice, Shelley was the Vice President of Corporate Leadership and Development for a national insurance services and medical case management company. Shelley’s clients range from Fortune 100 companies to start-ups in high-tech, health care, aerospace, manufacturing, oil and gas, and other industries. With an MBA specializing in leadership and performance, Shelley has been a faculty member and curriculum consultant for the MBA and leadership programs at City University of Seattle, Bellevue College and Everett Community College. In addition, Shelley is a Certified Executive Coach and a faculty member for the US Department of the Navy Lean Six Sigma College where she teaches the people side of continuous process improvement.

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