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Managing Healthcare Executive Burnout: It’s Not Only You
While not on the front lines, healthcare executives experience significant emotional toll. Burnout in the profession is real and must be addressed for the health of the entire industry.
Based upon data and recommendations from WittKieffer’s latest survey report – Burnout in Healthcare Executives: A Call to Action – this special webinar explores the causes and extent of healthcare executive burnout with industry experts and provides meaningful, practical recommendations and passionate pleas for minimizing burnout in oneself as well as one’s leadership team.
Inclusive Leadership: Illuminating Our Blindspots
What are the essentials of inclusive leadership? Valuing uniqueness in others. Interrupting discrimination. Dismantling systems of oppression. Enhancing each person's sense of belonging.
Inclusive leadership starts with you. Listen to this important discussion to help make a meaningful impact upon your organization.
WittKieffer's DEI Practice Leader Philip Burton hosts this session featuring two experts in the field of leadership psychology, Ashley Parker, Ph.D. and Reuben Faloughi, Ph.D., of CMA Global. They discuss what exclusive leadership entails and why inclusive leadership matters. They share various examples of where inclusive leadership should be applied in work environments and why we as individuals need to reprogram our minds from the default setting of being exclusive leaders and take responsibility for becoming inclusive leaders.
How to Position Yourself for a Board Seat
Serving on a board can be an enormously fulfilling experience and a feather in the cap of any executive. Getting a board seat, however, takes time, preparation and intentional actions. How do you as a rising executive secure a board seat? Where do you start, and how do you find the board opportunity that's right for you?
This webinar – a collaboration between WittKieffer and the National Association of Latino Healthcare Executives (NALHE) – provides a robust overview of why it can be valuable for executives to serve on boards, and the necessary steps to get there.
Speakers for the program include:
Nancy Alonso, Vice President Human Resources, CuraLinc Healthcare
Eduardo Arabu, Executive Director, National Hispanic Corporate Council
Jim King, Senior Partner and Leader, Board Services, WittKieffer
Donna Padilla, Managing Partner, Healthcare, WittKieffer (Moderator)
The speakers cover topics including:
What kinds of governing boards are there?
What are today's boards looking for in terms of competencies?
How do board select new members?
What steps must an executive take to land their first board assignment?
What are cautions about board service?
Board service is a tremendous experience for any leader. Above all, as an executive you must have a passion for learning about governance and go through the strategic steps to prepare yourself for a board seat.
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.
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