May24 The Courageto Lead Critical Skillsfor Healthcare Leaders by Bt7Uw5

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									                                                                                Proud sponsor of CAHE

            The Connecticut Chapter of The American College of Healthcare Executives and
                              the Connecticut Hospital Association are
                      co-sponsoring a one-day seminar at CHA in Wallingford
                                                   MAY 24, 2010
                                     8am – Registration, Breakfast & Networking
                                              9am – 4pm - Program

               THE COURAGE TO LEAD: CRITICAL SKILLS FOR HEALTHCARE LEADERS
                           Cost is $550 for ACHE affiliates and $595 for non-affiliates.
ACHE will award 6 Category 1 continuing education credits toward advancement or recertification in ACHE.
Learn how to lead with or without formal authority.
In today’s rapidly evolving and challenging healthcare field, executives must possess the skills to lead their teams to
successful outcomes. Leadership as an applied skill often is learned on the job, where failure can carry a heavy
price. This course will offer a practical opportunity to develop and improve your leadership skills, learn how to lead
even if you have little formal authority and explore the subtle power of quiet leadership.
Seminar Objectives
1.   Use proven tools and techniques to identify and develop your leadership philosophy.
2.   Develop your leadership skills even if you have little formal authority.
3.   Increase your influence and effectiveness by becoming a quiet but strong leader.
4.   Practice ways to recognize and reward employee contributions and build a winning team.
5.   Create an action plan using course content such as an illustrative case study, leadership tools and integrative
     capstone discussions.
Who Should Attend: Healthcare leaders at all levels of their careers, including senior executives, CEO’s,
COO’s, vice presidents, physician executives, senior and mid-level executives and department heads.

Seminar Leaders:
Jody Rogers, PhD, FACHE
Dr. Jody Rogers is a visiting associate professor in the healthcare administration graduate program at Trinity
University in San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Rogers has 30 years of experience as a healthcare executive in public and
private healthcare organizations. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in medical terminology and biology from the
University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point; a master’s degree in healthcare administration from the U.S. Army –
Baylor University; and his doctorate in health services research, policy and administration from the University of
Minnesota.
George V. Masi, FACHE
George Masi is executive vice president and COO of the Harris County Hospital District in Houston. Prior to
assuming his current position, Mr. Masi served consecutively as associate administrator for Houston’s Ben Taub
General Hospital. Mr. Masi served for 27 years as a career officer with the Army Medical Department, rising to
the rank of colonel. He holds graduate degrees from the University of Buffalo, Long Island University and the
National Defense University.

For more information, please contact Morris Gross, Vice President, Danbury Hospital at 203-739-7161 or email
Morris.Gross@danhosp.org.

								
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