Developing the Next Generation of Leaders: Lessons From the First Ten Years

Wednesday, March 24
1:10pm2:10pm CDT

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Presented By

Laurie K Baedke, FACHE, FACMPE

Director, Healthcare Leadership Programs
Creighton University

Natalie D. Lamberton, FACHE

President/CEO
Talas Harbor Healthcare
About the Session

Are leaders born or are they made? The truth is that leaders are individuals who have intentionally developed their unique skills and talents and align them with specific goals for maximum success. In the ever-changing healthcare environment, the profession of healthcare management needs strong leaders who will rise to the challenges of today and carry organizations into the future. Learn from the real-life experiences of two accomplished healthcare executives who have achieved significant success in the first decade of their careers. Brimming with refreshing insights and wisdom, this session provides emerging leaders and industry veterans alike with resources to advance their professional performance and career.
Leadership is not a position, and there is no one prototype for success as a healthcare executive. Building a successful career is more than acquiring a particular set of skills or achieving the right credentials, it requires keen self-knowledge, performance, character and commitment.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define four pillars of executive excellence: leading self, leading others, leadership competencies and career path success.
  • Acquire practical tips for professional networking, succeeding in job interviews, landing that first position and navigating a career path in healthcare management.

This session qualifies for 1.0 ACHE Face-to-Face Education credit. Attendees must participate during the scheduled time to earn ACHE Face-to-Face Education credit.