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Michael Frisina, PhD

CEO

The Frisina Group, LLC

Michael E. Frisina is founder of The Frisina Group LLC. He is responsible for teaching, publishing and speaking on trends in organizational performance. Dr. Frisina is a retired officer of the United States Army Medical Department. He serves as chairman of the Health Administration Advisory Council for the American Public University and is an executive in residence with The University of North Texas School of Public Health. Dr. Frisina has authored more than 50 papers and articles on leadership and organizational effectiveness. He is a contributing author to The Borden Institute’s textbook series on military medicine. His book Influential Leadership is a Health Administration Press best seller. Dr. Frisina is a visiting scholar at The Hastings Center, a visiting fellow at The Medical College of Pennsylvania, a John C. Maxwell Top 100 Transformational Leader for 2018 and 2019, and a two-time ACHE educational grant awardee.

Sessions

HAP Leadership Panel

Presented by Diane L. Dixon, EdD, Carson Dye, FACHE, Michael Frisina, PhD at 1:00 PM on Friday, March 26th.

How can you expand your leadership toolbox? Recognized leadership experts will share practical lessons learned on applying skills in nontraditional ways and using professional networks differently today. Learning Objectives: Understand how leadership traits have evolved over time, particularly over the last year during the pandemic. Explore some of the less obvious leadership qualities and how…

Yes, You Need a Coach!

Presented by Christian Balcer, Michael Frisina, PhD at 10:00 AM on Monday, March 22nd.

This program provides an in-depth look at the benefits of a successful coaching relationship for rising executive professionals. Using firsthand experience from their own coach-client relationship, the presenters will share how to identify specific growth areas, build trust while engaging stakeholders, and create positive, lasting personal growth focusing on behavioral and cognitive behavior changes. Learning…