DateWed, Dec 09, 2020, 01:00 PM – Wed, Dec 09, 2020, 02:00 PM
Health care companies spend billions on leadership development to help physicians, nurse leaders and staff professionals become more effective managers. Unfortunately, research shows that most leadership development is ineffective when not tailored to business strategy. Rather than one-size-fits-all leadership training, they need to help leaders learn relevant skills to achieve specific organizational objectives. This webinar will provide attendees with a proven and systematic method for improving organizational performance based on the latest research in adult learning, neuroscience and strategic talent management that involves: identifying critical strategic leadership competencies; assessing leaders’ capacity to meet demands; and quickly developing strategy-critical competencies. The presenters will review recent research that focuses on leaders and leadership development during and post COVID-19. Attendees will learn to build leadership development into daily work schedules, match leadership development strategies to the needs of individual leaders, and build leadership programs around what it will take to make their business successful.
- Understand how to link leadership development to business strategy.
- Apply a template for designing a strategic leadership development plan.
- Learn how to build a pipeline of leadership talent for today, as we battle the COVID-19 pandemic and the future.
1 CEU (HRCI, SHRM, CHHR)
ASHHRA Member: $45.00
ASHHRA Non-member: $85.00
Michael A. Couch, SPHR, Certified Human Capital Strategist
President, Michael Couch & Associates, Inc.
Michael Couch has made a career out of improving the performance of leaders, teams and organizations. His unique background in operations, business unit management, human resources, and organization effectiveness allows him to collaborate with people throughout a company to build strategy-driven leaders and organizations.
Richard Citrin, MBA, Ph.D.
President, Citrin Consulting
Richard Citrin has over 30 years in health care delivery and management. In addition to his clinical background as a psychologist, Richard has corporate leadership health care experience in both the delivery and financing aspects of health care. He has published and presented extensively to a variety of health care professionals and is a member of a number of different health care organizations.