Join us on Sunday, February 3rd, from 2:00 – 3:30 pm, for one of two complimentary workshops.
Advance registration is required.

Sunday, February 3rd:

WORKSHOPS: 2:00 – 3:30 pm

  • WORKSHOP #1: Governing in the Digital Age

    Dottie Schindlinger, VP/Governance Technology Evangelist, Diligent Corporation

    There has never been a time when serving on a board has been more challenging than right now. Board oversight is loaded with more risk than ever before – from operating in an unpredictable climate to the increased regulatory ramifications of data breaches, and much more. In this complex landscape, the question becomes – what might actually help directors govern better? For the organizations with the best performance results, what is different about the way their boards function? To what extent are the norms and practices of governance beginning to transform to ensure the deliberative process can keep pace with the speed of business? Perhaps most importantly, what approaches, tools and technology might help directors and boards transform governance for the digital age? There’s a lot at stake – the boards that continue to find ways to leverage the speed of information and technology to inform careful deliberation could quickly outpace their peers.

  • WORKSHOP #2: Behavior Smarts: Increasing Health Care Leadership Performance

    Michael Frisina, PhD, Founder and Senior Research Scholar, The Frisina Group, LLC

    Individual leadership behavior, driven by an understanding of a highly developed sense of emotional intelligence, is the single most important predictor of organizational performance. People connect emotionally with their leaders before they connect and engage cognitively with their work. Leaders who lack an understanding of the importance of their EQ and this emotional connection to the members of their teams never reach their full leadership potential, and as a result are inhibited from delivering high quality, patient-centered, and coordinated care. Informed by the most recent developments in neuroscience and through a focus on seven key behavior strategies, workshop participants will learn how to transform the performance of their teams by becoming behavior smart leaders.