|July 29 – August 2, 2013
The Fairmont Southampton
Southampton, BermudaNo Barriers, Only Solutions
An educational program facilitated by Neal Petersen & Darlene Kristi
Neal and Darlene are conducting a 15 credit hour leadership workshop for Long Term Healthcare leaders in Bermuda. Today more than ever we are navigating changes in healthcare and we need to be able to adapt. Leaders from across the long term healthcare industry will be joining together to learn, to share and to navigate into the future.
Who should attend?
Long term care leaders who wish to develop leadership skills to adapt to the challenges of long term care.
Administrators, CEOs, facility owners, ACHCA members and nonmembers. Click here for education program information.
Workshop participants will learn how to:
• Define Leadership
• Discuss Vision
• Identify Recruiting Techniques
• Explain Retention Opportunities
• Interpret Culture
• Discover Diversity
• Explain Alternative Healing
• Assess Change
• Categorize Failure
• Interpret Ethics in the Business Environment
• Build Communications
• Apply Team Work
• Discuss Uncertainty within Health Care
• Establish Trust in the Work Environment
• Create Inter-Personal Relationships
No Barriers Leadership – What does it take to lead a team of people. The lessons learned in recruiting people for a solo sailor when we really have a sailing team behind the sailor, and how does this transfer to senior living and healthcare leadership.
Leadership in an Alternative World – What can we learn from other cultures? We will discuss resident and patient rights in this new age of alternative medicine and self determination and choice; the alternatives and how they are impacted by regulations. We will discuss traditional best practices in the US healthcare system as compared to traditional practices of other cultures. We will spend time discussing medical tourism and specifically Ayurvedic Healing and other similar alternative cultural approaches.
Leadership and Problem Solving – Earnest Shackleton gathered a great team of explorers to follow him to Antarctica, till they lost their vessel and had to survive on the ice. The changes that have occurred in senior living and healthcare are forcing leaders to look at health care in innovative ways. What mechanisms are required today to find solutions to your barriers? What is failure and how do you respond to achieve success.
Leadership and Diversity – Growing up in Apartheid South Africa forced Neal to develop new ways of thought. Today’s work force is ever changing and a new vision is needed in bringing workers of various backgrounds together for a common cause. But it is not just dealing with a diverse work force, but the resident and patient base will be changing in time, as well. This will demand cultural sensitivity as our world becomes more inter-related.
Leadership and Developing Relationships for Creating a Legacy – this is an event that involves personal discovery. We work together, play together and live together. How does one balance their profession and nurture and support a variety of relationships, personal and professional. What are the dynamics of successful relationships and at the end of the day, what is our legacy? How do we want to be ultimately remembered and what are the steps we are taking today in order to live into and create our legacy?
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CLICK HERE to reserve your hotel room online! Click here for hotel information and pricing. This conference offers the unique opportunity to work hard and play hard in an incredibly beautiful setting. You can look forward to insightful and extremely useful education, which can be applied immediately to improve your organization. At the same time, you can take some time for yourself to relax with peers and friends in a luxurious setting. Click here to learn more about Bermuda.Click here to download the conference brochure for program, hotel and registration information.
Thank you to our 2013 Conference Supporter
The New York Chapter of ACHCA (Brochure Sponsor)