CE Hours pending – Fairbanks – A Day of Renew and Reinvigoration “R&R for the Leader’s Soul”

april, 2018

4apr8:00 am- 4:45 pmCE Hours pending - Fairbanks - A Day of Renew and Reinvigoration “R&R for the Leader’s Soul”

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AFHCP’s Federal Education Sharing Group (FESG) presents….

A Day of Renew and Reinvigoration “R&R for the Leader’s Soul”

WITH COL DEAN PRENTICE, RN

APRIL 3RD, 2018- ANCHORAGE, AK

*ADOBE CONNECT FOR ONLINE VIEWING*

Alaska Pacific University
Carr Gottstein Lecture Hall

4225 University Drive
Anchorage, Alaska 99508

APRIL 4TH, 2018 –FAIRBANKS, AK

Location pending

Biography:

Colonel Dean L. Prentice is the Deputy Command Surgeon for the Air Forces Central Command, Shaw AFB, South Carolina. He is the deputy medical advisor to the COMUSAFCENT and responsible for component health service support in the USCENTCOM AOR. He directs contingency and peacetime medical operations to include plans, exercises, deployments, logistics, preventative medicine, and engagements. He has served as an Aeromedical Evacuation Standards and Evaluations Instructor and Evaluator, Aeromedical Evacuation Operations Officer, Flight Commander, Squadron Commander, Chief Nurse, and Medical Group Commander. Additionally, he completed an Executive Nursing Fellowship in Manpower and Organizational Development and served as the Executive Officer to the 18th Air Force Commander at Scott AFB, Illinois.

Abstract:

In this presentation, we will discuss 5 common behaviors which are identified with being a terrible boss. These common behaviors discussed in the business world, leadership literature, and in human resource departments comprise what is driving down productivity, increasing safety concerns, and putting patients and organizations at risk.

Today, leaders need competencies in many areas and getting your team to be more effective means reaching them. Leaders need to reach every part of their followers. Building relationships comes easy to some, but don’t lose heart, there are ways to improve your Emotional Intelligence which will make you a more effective leader.

Diversity is the spice of the work place and affords enormous benefits to organizations. Chances are if you are in a leadership position you will work or lead in a diverse team to include all healthcare professionals. This session will be an opportunity for you to learn about the importance of having a diverse team, the personalities which make your team stronger and more innovative, create a list of the personalities on your team and how to lead them to effectiveness, and create the plan to ensure you survive the journey!

Job satisfaction, retention issues, poor outcomes at work, increased stress levels of healthcare workers is well documented in research today. How much of this dissatisfaction is due to your organization…how much is due to your attitude? The goal is to prepare and empower leaders to go to their organizations and create change to improve job satisfaction and more importantly quality care.

This session will provide you current research and experience on the primary responsibilities of feedback and some actionable items to remember during your next year of providing feedback. Understanding different types of feedback will allow you to tailor your feedback for the outcome you want from your staff. Strategies will cover not only the type of feedback to use, but some helpful, practical information to make feedback as powerful as it can be for you and your organization.

Agenda

8:00 – 8:15       Breakfast and Registration

8:15-8:30         Introduction: Morning Motivation

8:30-9:30         5 Ways to be a Terrible Boss

9:30-10:30       E-I, E-I, Ohhh: The Power of Emotional Intelligence

10:30-10:45     Break

10:45-11:45     Taming the Beasts: Leader Dynamics of a Diverse Team

11:45-12:45     Lunch

12:45-1:45       Feedback for Life! The Fundamentals of Effective Feedback

1:45-2:45         Dorothy Lied: Finding Job Satisfaction, Your Dream, This Side of the Rainbow!

2:45-3:00         Break

3:00-4:00         Closing Key Note: Overcomer: Thriving Through Professional Challenges

4:00-4:30         Questions and Comments

4:30-4:45         Evaluations

 

 

*CME/CE Information to follow*

For further information contact:
Ambrosene Atwood at alattwood@anthc.org or (907) 729-4485

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(Wednesday) 8:00 am - 4:45 pm

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