Leading for Success: Creating a Committed Workforce - New!

Discover key behaviors for leading transformational change

Deeply motivated staff transcend mere compliance and work harder and more effectively when there is a strong, positive and emotional connection with their leader. To influence this relationship, healthcare leaders must change their beliefs about how best to promote behavioral change. Future success is dependent on managing the relationships between interdependent parts, not on maximizing the performance of individual parts. This forward-looking seminar will address the key elements of change management and employee engagement.

You'll Learn:

  • Discover why sustainable excellence rests on the adaptability of the workforce
  • Employ the essential elements for leading transformational change—vision, dialogue and measurement
  • Remedy the gap between leadership behavior and organizational performance
  • Understand why autocratic structures fail to outperform horizontally structured organizations

Presented by:

Joseph S. Bujak, MD, FACP and Michael E. Frisina, PhD

Seminar leaders Joseph S. Bujak, MD, FACP, speaker, facilitator and consultant, and Michael E. Frisina, PhD, founder and president, The Frisina Group LLC and The Center for Influential Leadership, will discuss new research on the science of change and adaptive human behavior.


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  • Call ACHE's Customer Service Center at (312) 424-9400
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New York

Aug. 3– 6, 2015
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Nov. 2– 5, 2015
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Beaver Creek

Jan. 25– 28, 2016
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ACHE members $1,425
Non-members $1,625


ACHE members $1,425
Non-members $1,625

Register by November 1 to take advantage of 2015 pricing. Pricing for 2016 programs is subject to increase after November 1.

Who Should Attend

CEOs, senior executives, department heads and clinical leaders

Continuing Education Credit

In addition to the 12 ACHE Face-to-Face Education credits assigned to this seminar, ACHE is accredited by other organizations to provide continuing education credit. View complete information about these organizations.

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