Resilience is the ability to withstand, recover and bounce back amid stress, chaos and ever-changing circumstances. All organizations and individuals encounter uncertainty and unexpected challenges. Those who lead successfully through setbacks are more than just strong individuals, they possess a tool chest of traits and ways of thinking that enable recovery and success. Those traits are more than just characteristics of one's personality, they can be learned, practiced and honed. This is a valuable opportunity to further your leadership skills that not only improve you professionally, but also personally.
Webinar: Wednesday, June 10
5:30pm - 7:00pm
Join ACHE-RI in collaboration with CTACHE and ACHE MA for this session!
Keynote Speaker: Kevin O'Connor
Kevin O'Connor, CSP is an author, executive coach, businessman, professional speaker and member of the ACHE Choice Faculty who specializes in education and coaching those charged with leading other healthcare leaders and their physician partners. He works with professionals, particularly technical professionals, who have have been promoted to leadership positions where they now lead their former peers. He facilitates programs on communications, leadership, and creativity, especially in the Medical and Pharmaceutical fields as well as other technical areas. Kevin is a CSP (Certified Speaking Professional). Less than 590 persons in the world hold this honor for speaking excellence. He holds three masters degrees and his expertise focuses on the challenges of leadership, business relationships, and the effectiveness of teams. Kevin is a Senior Lecturer at Chicago's Loyola University and is faculty for Columbia College of Chicago. He teaches both graduate and undergraduate students.
Following our keynote, Kevin will moderate a panel of experts in the leadership field. Our panelists:
Debra Doroni, President, Debra Doroni Leadership Partners
Kristin Zosa Puleo, Director of Programs, Leadership RI
Jeffrey Hess, Managing Director, BRG | Prism Healthcare
This program has been approved for 1.5 hours of ACHE Qualified Education Credits. Webinar is complimentary to attend but pre-registration is required!