The Courage to Lead: Critical Skills for Healthcare Leaders

Learn how to lead with or without formal authority

Leadership is an applied skill, but too often it is left to chance as something to be picked up on the job. Progressing as a successful leader requires more.

  • Use proven tools and techniques to identify and develop your leadership philosophy.
  • Develop your leadership skills even if you have little formal authority.
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You'll also learn:

  • Create an action plan using course content such as an illustrative case study, leadership tools and integrative capstone discussions.
  • Increase your influence and effectiveness by becoming a quiet but strong leader.
  • Practice ways to recognize and reward employee contributions and build a winning team.

Presented by: George V. Masi, FACHE and Jody R. Rogers, PhD, FACHE

Seminar leaders George V. Masi, FACHE, executive vice president and COO, Harris Healthcare System, and Jody R. Rogers, PhD, FACHE, visiting professor, Trinity University, help healthcare leaders gain skills to lead their teams to successful outcomes.

For More Information about this program and the On-Location Program:

 
To Purchase On-Location Programs
Call ACHE's On-Location Coordinator at (312)-424-9362 or email at dtownsend@ache.org

Seminar Offered in Lengths of:
3-Hour (Half-Day)
6-Hour (1-Day)
12-Hour (2-Day)

Who Should Attend
Healthcare leaders at all levels of their careers.
Continuing Education Credit

ACHE Face-to-Face Education credits assigned to this seminar are commensurate to the length of the seminar in hours.

In addition to the ACHE Face-to-Face Education credits assigned to this seminar, ACHE is accredited by other organizations to provide continuing education credit.

  • National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA)
  • National Association of Boards of Examiners of Long Term Care Administrators (NAB): A $135 fee will be applied and sponsor must notify the On-Location coordinator of request prior to Letter of Agreements being signed.
  • Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME): A lengthy application process is required involving an extensive needs assessment to be undertaken by the sponsoring organization. In addition, all promotional communication must be approved for ACCME accreditation by ACHE. Sponsor must notify the On-Location coordinator of request prior to Letter of Agreements being signed.