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    • 08/27/2018
    • 10/22/2018
    • Your computer & phone
    Registration is closed

    Introducing our 8-week Online Certification Course for Management Development.

    This course is designed for mid-level management and includes a personal assessment, a one-on-one consultation with the Caliper representative, custom insight report, course preparation, two fully interactive webinars and a booster session to reinforce lessons and explore how team members have applied the new skills. Participants will earn a certificate at the successful completion of the course and recognition amongst their PWH peers and the industry.

    Important Dates

    Registration Deadline: August 24
    Caliper Profiles Due:
    September 7

    #1 Webinar:
    October 1, 12-1:30 PM, EST
    Recognizing the Role of the Leader
    #2 Webinar:
    October 10, 12-1:30 PM, EST
    Resolving Conflict Masterfully
    Follow-up Booster Webinar: October 22, 12-1 PM, EST

    Recognizing the Role of the Leader
    October 1, 12-1:30 PM, EST

    Learning Objectives:
    1.  Understand and apply your personality strengths to your leadership role
    2.  Adapt your leadership style based on personal and team awareness
    3.  Take steps to build organizational alignment through communication
    4.  Identify tools to help drive change within your team and organization

    Course Outline

    Resolving Conflict Masterfully
    October 10, 12-1:30 PM, EST

    Learning Objectives:

    1.  Differentiate between healthy conflict and the need for a conflict resolution strategy
    2.  Readily identify my own drivers & triggers in conflict
    3.  Develop effective strategies for conflict intervention based on my behavioral style
    4.  Become more confident of my ability to manage conflicts to enhance productivity and performance

    Course Outline

    About the Speakers:

    Karen Triola is an Organizational Development Consultant with Caliper and has well-developed expertise as a platform trainer and learning and development manager. Karen honed her skills in over 10 years of experience with leading organizations in the insurance and entertainment industries. She brings an in-depth understanding of HR topics, instructional design, and excellent presentation skills to her partnerships with Caliper clients.

    Prior to joining Caliper, Karen partnered with leadership teams to develop relevant and innovative solutions for producing the highest levels of employee performance. Her areas of expertise included management development, team-building, employee engagement, and career planning.

    Ms. Triola holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communication from Douglass College, Rutgers University and her Professional for Human Resources Certificate (PHR). She also spearheaded and served as Toastmaster President for her local chapter (2010).

    In his consulting work with Caliper clients, Dr. Stephen Hrop's areas of focus are executive coaching, leader assessment, talent management, leadership development, and organizational development consulting. He has more than 20 years of experience in corporate and consulting settings, including extensive work with C-level executives and their teams. Prior to becoming an external coach and consultant, he was the Vice President, Global Talent Management & Organization Development at Automatic Data Processing (ADP), with responsibility for succession planning, MBA recruiting, executive development, performance management, and organizational development. His team’s leadership development and executive coaching programs were instrumental in ADP’s recognition as a “Top 20” company by Training Magazine in 2008. Previously, he was the Vice President, Organizational Effectiveness at Prudential, where he led the company’s global organizational development function.

    Dr. Hrop is recognized as a thought leader in the areas of executive coaching, talent management, and leadership development and has presented at many conferences and professional association meetings on these and other topics. Also, he was the Chair at the Council of Talent Management Executives for two years (2007 and 2008). The Council is a group of 37 major corporations. Dr. Hrop holds a Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology.


    If you have questions about this program, please contact Michelle Rydberg at mrydberg@mypwh.org.

    • 10/01/2018
    • 11/26/2018
    • Your computer & phone

    Introducing our 8-week Online Certification Course for Leadership Development.

    This course is designed for current leaders and includes a personal assessment, a one-on-one consultation with the Caliper representative, custom insight report, course preparation, two fully interactive webinars and a booster session to reinforce lessons and explore how team members have applied the new skills. Participants will earn a certificate at the successful completion of the course and recognition amongst their PWH peers and the industry.

    Important Dates

    Registration Deadline: September 28
    Caliper Profiles Due:
    October 12

    #1 Webinar:
    November 5, 12-1:30 PM, EST
    Influencing Effectively
    #2 Webinar:
    November 14, 12-1:30 PM, EST
    Moving from Difficult to High-Impact Conversations
    Follow-up Booster Webinar: November 26, 12-1 PM, EST

    Influencing Effectively
    November 5, 12-1:30 PM, EST

    Learning Objectives:
    1. Apply a consistent influence model for more effective interpersonal relationships
    2. Identify personality traits and behaviors that maximize your ability to influence
    3. Develop a strategy to address a current relationship needing increased influence

    Course Outline

    Moving from Difficult to High-Impact Conversations
    November 14, 12-1:30 PM, EST

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Identify conversations needing a “high impact” approach
    2. Create conversational safety and move toward desired action
    3. Shift the focus of difficult conversations for a win-win outcome
    4. Reframe the course of a conversation to achieve more effective outcomes

    Course Outline

    About the Speakers:

    Karen Triola is an Organizational Development Consultant with Caliper and has well-developed expertise as a platform trainer and learning and development manager. Karen honed her skills in over 10 years of experience with leading organizations in the insurance and entertainment industries. She brings an in-depth understanding of HR topics, instructional design, and excellent presentation skills to her partnerships with Caliper clients.

    Prior to joining Caliper, Karen partnered with leadership teams to develop relevant and innovative solutions for producing the highest levels of employee performance. Her areas of expertise included management development, team-building, employee engagement, and career planning.

    Ms. Triola holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communication from Douglass College, Rutgers University and her Professional for Human Resources Certificate (PHR). She also spearheaded and served as Toastmaster President for her local chapter (2010).

    In his consulting work with Caliper clients, Dr. Stephen Hrop's areas of focus are executive coaching, leader assessment, talent management, leadership development, and organizational development consulting. He has more than 20 years of experience in corporate and consulting settings, including extensive work with C-level executives and their teams. Prior to becoming an external coach and consultant, he was the Vice President, Global Talent Management & Organization Development at Automatic Data Processing (ADP), with responsibility for succession planning, MBA recruiting, executive development, performance management, and organizational development. His team’s leadership development and executive coaching programs were instrumental in ADP’s recognition as a “Top 20” company by Training Magazine in 2008. Previously, he was the Vice President, Organizational Effectiveness at Prudential, where he led the company’s global organizational development function.

    Dr. Hrop is recognized as a thought leader in the areas of executive coaching, talent management, and leadership development and has presented at many conferences and professional association meetings on these and other topics. Also, he was the Chair at the Council of Talent Management Executives for two years (2007 and 2008). The Council is a group of 37 major corporations. Dr. Hrop holds a Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology.


    If you have questions about this program, please contact Michelle Rydberg at mrydberg@mypwh.org.

    • 10/24/2018
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Your computer & phone
    Register


    The annual members meeting is an opportunity for all members to learn more about PWH and to provide input into the vision and direction of the organization as we move into the future. 

    Please join us for an energetic conversation with PWH Leadership, where we will discuss the highlights of 2018 and what we have planned for 2019.

    This webinar is for PWH members only.

    • 11/16/2018
    • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Your computer & phone
    Register

    Leadership can be a daily challenge of rectifying mistakes, redirecting people, and reviewing status. The heart of leadership is the reward of moving your organization forward and developing your employees as a result of your own effective guidance.

    When you know how to integrate your values into your leadership and management, it becomes much easier to set clear direction and work together to achieve consistent success. 

    In this webinar, you will

    … assess yourself to identify the core values that have made you successful so far.

    … articulate your principles, so you will have the opportunity to intentionally integrate those into specific leadership competencies.

    … consider a current challenging situation to the discussion to expose how you see yourself behaving and expressing your values.

    … get to know your genuine self more deeply and what motivates you so you can be in alignment with your genuine values.

    About the Speaker:

    Katie Snapp.  During her first career as an engineer at Honeywell, Katie was selected to participate in their corporate change and became one of the nation’s top trainers in leadership and team building. She was recruited from there by the global firm, The Cumberland Group, one of the first consulting companies to construct the quality movement as we know it today, and a game-changer in the development of American corporate culture. Her front-row seat to the expansion of the TQM effort and her highly-personable style has made her a sought-after instructor and coach.

    She specializes in the healthcare industry, technology and production, and non-profit organizations. She has worked globally with clients such as NASA & Johnson Space Center, Presbyterian Healthcare Systems, Los Alamos Medical Center, and UNM’s School of Medicine, as well as a host of others.

    Katie is the Founder of EPEC’s Women’s Leadership Certificate program and has guest instructed in several certificate series. She has also published two books on women’s leadership since 2008 and speaks globally as a keynote speaker.

    Ms. Snapp holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering as well as a Six Sigma Green Belt certification. She is an ICF Certified Coach (CC) with over 550 hours of working with leaders. She is Licensed and Specialty-Certified in New Life Story Coaches™ Training in the psychology and neuroscience of leadership, and a former Senior Examiner for the state-level Malcolm-Baldrige award at Quality New Mexico.

    • 11/27/2018
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Your computer & phone
    Register


    Traditional mentoring programs have been face to face, but with technology and access to communication tools today, we have access to mentors across the globe.  In this session we will discuss ways to improve your mentoring relationsips through virtual communication tools.  How to stay connected and how to reconnect when you have lost touch.  We will also discuss the best ways to use the mentoring website to help you track your progression through the mentoring process.  Whether you are a mentor, mentee, or waiting to find a match, this webinar will teach you how to make a virtual mentoring relationship successful!

    The PWH mentoring program, and this webinar, is for members only.

    • 12/07/2018
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Your computer & phone
    Register


    Join PWH and HIDA for this important and informative update of all the pertinent legislative issues impacting healthcare manufacturers, distributors and clinicians.

    Linda Rouse O’Neil will provide a comprehensive update on:

    • Reimbursement Policy Trends
    • Emergency/Pandemic Preparedness
    • Tariffs
    • Mid-term election and expectations in the new Congress
    You’ll also learn about the most important issues of 2018.

    About the Speaker:

    Linda Rouse O’Neill is HIDA’s Vice President of Government Affairs.   Linda brings 18 years of healthcare-based lobbying, Capitol Hill and member services experience to HIDA.

    At HIDA, Linda oversees the government affairs team.  HIDA government affairs had been meeting with key federal agencies and Capitol Hill staff on healthcare issues important to its members such as medical device tax, pedigree and competitive bidding.  Additionally, HIDA government affairs tracks key reimbursement trends to keep its distributor members and manufacturing partners current on issues facing their customers. 

    Prior to coming to HIDA, Linda spent six years as the Director of Federal Affairs for one of the nation’s largest group purchasing organizations, Premier, Inc. in their Washington DC office.   She played a key role in representing the organization before Congress and regulatory agencies.  She specialized in Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement, health IT, unique device identification (UDI) and healthcare acquired infections (HAI) among other issues.

    In addition to her direct advocacy duties, she created and managed the Advancing Patient Safety Coalition comprised of 45 prominent organizations like AARP, AMA, AHA and the Joint Commission.  The coalition promotes patient safety through the adoption of Unique Device Identification. She also managed Premier’s HIT Collaborative with 200 hospital CIOs to ensure hospitals become meaningful users of EHRs to qualify for government incentives.

    Previously, Linda spent 4 ½ years as U.S. Senator Craig Thomas’ (R-WY) Health Legislative Assistant.  She advised on, analyzed and wrote healthcare legislative proposals before the Senate Finance Committee and was a co-staff director for the 80-member Senate Rural Health Caucus.  Prior to her Hill experience, Linda worked in government affairs roles for the National Rural Health Association, a lobbying firm and in the Indiana Governor’s DC office.

    She holds a Masters from George Washington University in Legislative Affairs and an undergraduate degree in American History from the State University of New York at Albany.

    • 06/05/2019
    • (CDT)
    • 06/07/2019
    • (CDT)
    • The Hyatt Regency, Minneapolis, MN
    Register


    We Create Leaders… Follow our Lead

    June 5-7, 2019
    Minneapolis, MN | Hyatt Regency

    From INSIGHTS to RESULTS
    Be the leader your team needs to succeed!

    The 2019 PWH Leadership Summit line-up will include Leadership Insights to address the pressing issues in leadership today, motivating Keynote Speakers and several Breakout Sessions that will cover a host of topics.

    Whether you are an aspiring leader or a member of the C-Suite, the summit will help take your leadership to the next level. A more detailed agenda is forthcoming.

    Register today to join women and men in the industry for two days of leadership, inspiration & innovation!

    AGENDA:

    Wednesday, June 5th
    3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Registration
    6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Welcome Reception

    Thursday, June 6th
    8:00 am – 4:30 pm Programming
    6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Networking Dinner

    Friday, June 7th
    8:00 am – 12:00 pm Programming

    VENUE:

    Hyatt Regency Minneapolis
    1300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN 55403 
    $189.00 USD per night

    Click here to make your reservation or call 800-233-1234
    Group Name: 2019 PWH Leadership Summit
    Deadline to book your room: 5/5/19



    REGISTRATION:



    REGISTRATION POLICY

    Space may be limited. Registration is first-come, first served. Registration forms sent without payment will not be processed. Any photos taken at this event are property of PWH and can be published without permission in PWH materials.

    CANCELLATION POLICY

    Participants must cancel in writing by email in order to request a refund, less a $35 processing fee. A full refund minus the processing fee will be available prior to May 15, 2019 and a 50% refund will be available between May 16, 2019 and May 31, 2019. While no refunds will be available after May 31, 2019, a company may substitute a registrant at any time without penalty.


    If you have questions about the Leadership Summit or are interested in sponsorship opportunities, please contact Michelle Rydberg at mrydberg@mypwh.org.

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