Leadership Insights: Leading During Times of Crisis

Wednesday, March 24
2:30pm3:30pm CDT

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Presented By

Sam Hazen

HCA Healthcare

Heather J. Rohan, RN, FACHE

Past Chair
American College of Healthcare Executives
About the Session

What does it mean to truly lead during a large-scale crisis? How can leaders do the difficult work of pushing organizations and staff forward while at the same time providing support and space for individuals to take care of themselves, their teams and their loved ones? This session will focus on the core elements of strong leadership when a crisis hits and how leaders can balance the critical elements of agility and perseverance with the need to model self-care in order to support the long-term resilience and health of systems, providers and the patients they serve.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify critical leadership skills needed to navigate large-scale crises.
  • Describe the role of individual leaders in modeling self-care to promote system-wide agility and perseverance.

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