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TRAINING CONTENT AND OBJECTIVES
Amidst the existing chaos of 21st century healthcare redesign, leaders in healthcare must be prepared to lead change projects which shape healthcare practices, policy, and education. It is imperative for leaders in healthcare to identify problems and promote effective change when seeking to realize improvement and translate evidence-based research into practice innovation. This interactive 6-part virtual leadership series will be provided in partnership with the Kentucky Association of Health Care Facilities (KAHCF) and Radiant & Resilient Leadership to bring care back to caring while empowering healthcare leaders with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively lead within their organizations and communities amidst the given state of chaos in healthcare.
Target Audience: This online learning series will be designed for current leaders, administrators, management or high-potential leaders, who are currently supervising others or are poised to do so within the next 6-12 months.
Goal: The goal of this series will be to provide leadership education to participants while educating them on the unique challenges of healthcare, specifically long term care, and what it will take to continue to provide high quality care in the years to come, all while facing staffing shortages, caregiver burnout, a shifting aging population demographic representative of high healthcare utilizers, low levels of employee engagement and high turnover, as well as the data revolution and shift towards a value based payment model.
Six Webinars Beginning May 2022
Radiant & Resilient Leadership Series will consist of six online webinars addressing the following topics:
1. Legacy in Leadership-Wednesday -May 25th 12:00pm-1:00pm (est)
• Define leadership and differentiate between various types of leadership
• Describe emotional intelligence
• Complete a leadership and emotional intelligence self-assessment
• Delineate individualized goals for leadership growth
What defines leadership? Who can be a leader? How has leadership changed over time? This session will offer an interactive learning environment where participants will explore various types of leadership, engage in self-reflection and analysis while completing a leadership and emotional intelligence self-assessment, and identify and delineate individualized goals for leadership growth.
2. Meaningful Mentorship-Wednesday- June 1st- 12:00pm-1:00pm (est)
• Define meaningful mentorship
• Discuss the characteristics of a meaningful mentee-mentor relationship
• Differentiate between what mentorship is and what it is not
Did you know that mentorship is a matter of the heart, rather than the head? There’s a tremendous need for meaningful mentorship in healthcare. Mentorship can be useful for leadership development. This interactive leadership session will differentiate between what mentorship is and what it is not. It will also empower participants with the knowledge necessary to select a mentor and identify the characteristics of a meaningful mentor-mentee relationship.
3. Translation of Evidence Based Research into Practice Innovation-Wednesday, June 8th -12:00pm-1:00pm (est)
• Define evidence-based practice and innovation
• Identify and describe several evidence-based practice models
• Delineate steps involved in translating evidence into innovative practice
Amidst the existing chaos of 21st century healthcare redesign, leaders in healthcare must be prepared to lead change projects which shape healthcare practices, policy, and education. During this interactive session, participants will discuss the importance of creating interprofessional collaborative cultures conducive to evidence-based practice innovation. Several evidence-based practice models and steps will be presented in an organized manner to empower leaders with the necessary foundational knowledge they can apply when translating existing evidence-based research into innovative practice.
4. Integration of a Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Framework-Wednesday, June 15th-12:00pm-1:00pm (est)
• Define CQI
• Describe CQI committee structure, functions, responsibilities and tasks
• Discuss the importance and process for using data to guide CQI initiatives
Medical error is the third leading cause of death in America. The United States spends more on health care in comparison to other countries, yet the nation’s health indices continue to suffer despite escalating healthcare costs with disparities noted. During this session, leaders will be empowered with the necessary fundamental skills to engage and lead interprofessional continuous quality improvement (CQI) teams and their efforts within healthcare organizations. This interactive session will describe CQI committee structure, function, responsibilities, and tasks. The importance and process of using data to guide CQI initiatives will also be discussed.
5. Promoting a Culture of Excellence, Continuous Learning, Change Management, and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)-Wednesday, June 22nd-12:00pm-1:00pm (est)
• Define “culture of excellence”
• Discuss the importance of promoting a continuous learning culture
• Delineate the 8-step process for leading change
• Identify strategies to structure organizations and communities to promote accountability to DEI initiatives
How can healthcare organizations cultivate a culture of excellence and continuous learning given the current rate of change in our society and healthcare? Can we afford not to? Continual change requires organizations and professions to reassess their culture, goals, structure and planning processes. During this interactive session, Kotter’s (2012) “Eight Step Plan for Integrating Change” theory will be delineated and applied for leaders when implementing effective change. Strategies to structure organizations and communities to promote accountability to DEI initiatives will be discussed.
6. Leading Positive Healthy Work Environments-Wednesday-June 29-12:00pm-1:00pm (est)
• Describe the state of engagement and health pre-COVID among the healthcare workforce
• Relate the implications and repercussions of provider burnout
• Identify the drivers of engagement and burnout among clinicians
• Summarize 7 organizational strategies to promote employee and organizational well-being
Healthcare is experiencing unprecedented changes that threaten the survival of many health care organizations. To successfully navigate these challenges, healthcare leaders need to demonstrate a commitment to promoting and leading positive, engaged, healthy work environments, where frontline staff can work in collaboration with organizational and community leaders. Healthcare systems must redesign care to restore meaning and sanity to providers and promote cultures respectful of work-life balance when seeking to reduce professional burnout and
return joy back to practice. This interactive session will describe the state of engagement and health pre-COVID among the healthcare workforce, relate the implications and repercussions of provider burnout, and identify the drivers of engagement and burnout among clinicians.
BIOS & QUALIFICATIONS
Kimberly Delbo brings over 16 years of healthcare leadership experience while working with students, patients, and teams across the care continuum and in academe. She has experience ranging from the bedside to the boardroom. Kimberly’s experiences have contributed to her passion to promote leadership development among healthcare providers and organizations, and a culture of excellence and safety across the healthcare continuum. Through partnership and innovation, Kim functions as a catalyst for change while addressing healthcare provider burnout; promoting proven strategies for retention, recruitment, and role socialization; person-centered care; and positive, professional workplace environments through the integration of evidence-based practice innovation while leveraging strengths of employees at the micro, meso, and macro system levels. A list of Kimberly’s credentials follows:
• Master’s prepared nurse expert with advanced specialization in community health nursing from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
• Board certified gerontological nurse through the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)
• Certified Dementia Practitioner by the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners (NCCDP)
• Advisory Board Member and Innovation Mentor for Nursing Innovation HUB (NIHUB)
• Active Member of the Society for Nurse Scientists, Innovators, Entrepreneurs, and Leaders (SONSIEL)
• Healthcare Leadership facilitator for Dignity Health Global Education
Angela Hummel brings over 20 years of talent development and human resources experience to her coaching and consulting work. She is Master’s prepared and has completed post-graduate work in Organization Development and Training with a Consulting Focus at Penn State University. A list of Angela’s credentials follows:
• Registered Corporate Coach (RCC) and Certified Business Coach (CBC) through Worldwide Association of Business Coaches
• Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) through HRCI
• Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) through Society for Human Resource Management
• Graduate Certification in Organization Development and Change (Consulting Focus)
• Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) through ATD
• Certified Virtual Facilitator (CVF) through the International Institute for Facilitation
Master of Arts, Communication Studies & Bachelor of Science, Secondary Education
Registration fee: (includes 6 live webinars that will be recorded)
- KAHCF Member -$330/per person for 6 webinars
- Non-Member -$430/per person for 6 webinars
ATTENTION: PLEASE EMAIL KAREN BASS ([email protected]) WITH NAME, TITLE & EMAIL ADDRESS FOR ANY NEW EMPLOYEES IN ORDER TO RECEIVE THE KAHCF MEMBER PRICING.
Association of Health Care Facilities is an approved provider of
continuing education by the Kentucky Board of Nursing, #5-0002. To
receive the 6 contact hours, you must complete the entire program.
Certificates may be printed once the program evaluation is submitted. Disclaimer
Statement: The Kentucky Board of Nursing approval of an individual
continuing education provider does not constitute endorsement of program
content. And an approved provider for the Kentucky Board Of Licensure For Long-Term Care Administrators of continue education. To receive the 6 ceus, must complete the entire program.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations
received seven (7) workdays prior to the seminar date will receive a
full refund. Cancellations received inside of seven (7) workdays will
receive one-half refund. Participants who do not attend will not receive
a refund unless prior written notice is given to the KAHCF office. All
cancellations must be made in writing and may be emailed to [email protected] Phone cancellations will not be accepted.