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The Future of FQHC Leadership
In this fascinating conversation, Julie Rosen, leader of WittKieffer's Not-for-Profit Practice, speaks with Charles Anderson, M.D., M.P.H., M.B.A., president and CEO of the Dimock Community Health Center in Roxbury, Massachusetts, and Lou Brady, B.S., M.B.A., CEO of the Family Health Center of Worcester, Massachusetts. The three explore the factors that have led to FQHCs becoming such a critical part of the U.S. healthcare infrastructure, and the ways in which Charles' and Lou’s organizations responded to COVID and currently address equity and other critical issues. The discussion concludes with their perspectives on the next generation of FQHC leaders and the qualities they will need to possess to succeed in their positions.
What Executive Recruiters Wish You Knew
Think about the knowledge that executive recruiters have from conducting hundreds of leadership searches over the years. What practices do the best candidates exhibit to catch the attention of hiring managers and search committees? What are the classic missteps that some candidates make? Executive recruiters have expert insight into such questions. In this conversation, Isabell Pacheco, FACHE, Chair of the Leadership Incubator Committee of the National Association of Latino Healthcare Executives (NALHE), hosts a discussion regarding "what executive recruiters wish you knew." Joining Isabell are two experts in the field from WittKieffer, senior partner Adriane Willig and consultant Diane Smith, R.N., B.S.N. This program is a joint collaboration between NALHE and WittKieffer.
The Future of Cybersecurity: Healthcare and Beyond
As hospitals and health systems are increasingly targeted by cybercriminals, what can be done to ensure robust cybersecurity? How can healthcare providers stay one step ahead of increasingly sophisticated digital threats?
In this podcast, WittKieffer's Nick Giannas and Zach Durst interview two leading cybersecurity experts: Anahi Santiago, Chief Information Security Officer for ChristianaCare, and Adam Isles, Principal of the Chertoff Group. Santiago and Isles address key issues that healthcare organizations are facing, and provide clear, tangible solutions for addressing today's, and tomorrow's, most dangerous threats.
Healthcare Workforce Resiliency
Under the theme of the HR transformation taking place in healthcare today, this discussion zeroes in on the topic of workforce resiliency and how human resources leaders can foster greater strength and stability in their leadership, caregivers and general staff ranks. Healthcare's journey to tackle worker fatigue and burnout is not a new one, but it has taken on new significance in the COVID-19 era.
In this episode, WittKieffer consultants Luke Morris and Daniel Young explore workforce resiliency with four dynamic healthcare HR leaders:
Lisa Foust, Chief People and Engagement Officer for John Muir Health (California)
Heather Brace, Chief People Officer and SVP for Intermountain Healthcare (Utah)
Ane McNeil, CHRO, SVP of Trinity Health (Michigan)
Carmen Canales, SVP and CHRO of Novant Healthcare (North Carolina)
The panel covers important questions including: What strategies have you promoted that are most effective to address burnout? What innovative ways have you staffed your organizations to provide the best patient care? This session will be valuable to all healthcare HR leaders as they face current, pandemic-related challenges and look forward to further HR transformation in the future.
HR Transformation Past, Present and Future
"Transformation" is a hot topic in healthcare industry human resources circles. Each organization defines HR transformation differently. Important to note, though, is that transformation is not a single event or initiative—it is really a new way of thinking and behaving.
HR leaders, who have long sought to have a "seat at the table" of leadership, are now realizing that they must sit at multiple tables, and sometimes bring their own chair.
What does transformation mean in a healthcare HR context to some of today's leading HR executives? How exactly is HR changing in an era of tremendous upheaval, and what is its future?
This discussion answers these questions and more. Hosted by WittKieffer's Daniel Young and Luke Morris, the speaking panel features:
Ane McNeil, CHRO, SVP, Trinity Health
Aaron Gillingham, SVP, CHRO, Beaumont Healthcare
Carmen Canales, SVP and CHRO, Novant Health
HR leaders have a unique opportunity to impact the future of the healthcare industry. Find out how.
Psychological Safety: What Leaders Need to Know
These are times of great psychological stress and emotion within our work lives. For leaders, it is important to pay attention not only to your own emotions and feelings but also those of the people around you, and to create environments that are safe and productive.
This discussion is courtesy of WittKieffer and our partners at CMA Global, and is represented by two fabulous speakers, Jennifer Nguyen, Ph.D., and Ashley Parker, Ph.D., experts in the field of leadership psychology and on the topic of psychological safety. Jen and Ashley focus on:
Understanding what psychological safety means, and why it is critical in the workplace.
How leaders use concepts of psychological safety to help those around them and become better leaders.
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