APIC/SHEA Joint Leadership Development Course
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Three days of intensive professional development provides you with the skills you need to tackle the leadership challenges you face in your facility now and in the future.
To ensure that the onsite experience is fully maximized, participants are asked to participate in some activities before the event, namely: completing the complimentary CPI260 assessment and a confidential questionnaire sent in the form of an email.
Day 1 | December 7 | 2:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Leadership Development within a Culture of Trust
Mamta Gautam, MD, MBA, FRCP, CPDC, CCPE
About the Course
Using the results from the comprehensive CPI Assessment, this module reviews the characteristics, motivations, and thinking-styles of the group. Participants will get a detailed view of their strengths and opportunities for growth while learning the mechanisms for managing themselves and others. They’ll learn how to build and maintain a culture of trust in their facility while maximizing their organization’s goals and outcomes.
The American Association of Physician Leadership’s CPI 260 is an online assessment which provides a high-level tool for analyzing the unique competencies required for healthcare workers. Based on a reliable and valid sample of 6000 senior executives, this assessment measures concepts such as the use of evidence-based practices, risk tolerance and more.
- Understand how their approach and style may be perceived by others.
- Recognize their leadership strengths and opportunities for development.
- Learn how to cultivate a culture of trust based on behavior.
- Become familiar with a decision-making process that uses critical thinking to foster team commitment to their organization’s mission and vision.
DAY 2 | December 8 | 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Building and Leading Effective Teams
William “Marty” Martin, MA, MS, MPH, PsyD, CHES
About the Program
In this interactive, transformative workshop, participants will gain the information, skills, and resources to build a team-based healthcare organization. Using the knowledge gained in this module, they will learn how to select, orient, train, and reward their staff in order to design and deliver care in a more effective team-based environment. A team development survey will be used to provide data on effectiveness, and interactive experiences–such as role-playing and movie vignettes–will be used to reinforce the concepts learned.
- Learn to transform a group of individuals into a high-performance team.
- Understand the value of commitment to team-based healthcare and learn how to foster it.
- Gain techniques for integrating new team members.
- Transform conflict situations into constructive ones.
- Learn how to bring out the best in team members and establish policies, procedures, and systems.
DAY 3 | December 9 | 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Not Solely a Clinician Anymore
Kevin O’Connor, CSP
About the Program
Becoming a leader in healthcare requires practitioners to develop a new mindset around beliefs, behaviors, and results that will define their role beyond simply their clinical expertise and reputation. In order to meet these challenges, practitioners must gain the skills that allow them to function as leaders, influencers, and “right thinkers.” This interactive module includes lectures and group work, and covers theory and best practices. Pre-work in form of a confidential email sent to participants in advance of the session allows or a closer focus on the attendees’ desired outcomes.
- A shared understanding and vocabulary of leadership, change, and influence.
- Open dialogue and discussion around leadership successes and near successes.
- Tools and resources to help participants forge a leadership identity that focuses on results.
- Strategies which can be implemented and executed immediately.
Accreditation, Contact Hours and Evaluation
Attendees will be able to earn up to 21 CE/CMEs for this activity, and can only be obtained through the completion of the online evaluation.
APIC is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation (ANCC).
Course evaluations will be available via an online link provided in course materials. All evaluations must be completed within 30 days. After satisfying all evaluation requirements, a certificate of completion will be available to print and/or for your records indicating contact hours.
Accredited status does not imply endorsement by APIC or the American Nurses Credentialing Center of any commercial products displayed or discussed in conjunction with an educational activity. While APIC is approved to provide contact hours, APIC’s educational programs may be eligible for continuing education units from other accrediting bodies. Please contact the accrediting body for more information on eligibility requirements and submission instructions.