To master the art of leadership then is to work at becoming a master of how human energy systems and exchange work, and thus, how to shape, align, and focus them on change. Our human systems appear to operate within a set of universal laws, the same universal laws that appear to govern energy exchange throughout the universe. Our systems vacillate and transform from chaos to order, and order to chaos, leaving change in their wake. Why? This session will be a fun and engaging journey exploring several key universal laws and their application to human system dynamics and leadership
The COVID-19 pandemic affects many facets of associations, particularly in-person meetings and conferences. In this session, Jeffery Tenenbaum, Esq., will cover many of the legal implications involved with this current situation.
In this session we'll explore what it is to have a high performing team with steady and high levels of psychological safety, how to purposefully build and protect that dynamic, and how to leverage it to create productivity and innovation on your team.
Description: Short-term decision have been made in response to COVID-19, but what about the long-term decisions and impact? Mary Byers, CAE, author of ASAE’s bestseller, Race for Relevance: 5 Radical Changes for Associations, will join us to present a framework and filters to help with decision-making going forward. She’ll also share what she’s hearing from association professionals across the country, provide a list of resources and suggestions for working with the board, and answer your questions.
The concept of personal brands has been a mainstay in the professional community for 15 years, but few people truly understand what personal brand are, why they are important, or how to evaluate and elevate their own brand. Marny provides a clear guide to managing personal brands in a meaningful and impactful way, including specific steps for making small, simple and consistent changes that help change the way people are perceived by influencers in their careers.
This session will enable participants to understand how to leverage emotions rather than suppress or avoid them. In research from Stanford, Cal Berkeley and University of Texas at Austin, it has been shown business negotiations fail or fall short of an ideal outcome when one or more parties is suppressing their emotions. By understanding the emotional underpinnings of your behavior, business people are better able to cooperate and find common ground with direct reports, team members, bosses, vendors, colleagues and their spouses. Research suggests that emotional intelligence is responsible for nearly 60% of job performance.
Your organization has a powerful story to tell and so do you. Finding your message and your story takes the curiosity of a child and the heart of a warrior. We can train you to think like a journalist to capture the stories that speak to the heart of what you do and drive results. We all want to see ourselves in other people and we often make sense of the world through shared experiences. Stories help us connect on a human level. They make complex issues real for us by putting a human face on them. They inspire. They engage. Through stories, we move people to think, feel and do. We'll show you the storytelling techniques you've seen in your favorite movies and novels and share how you can use them to tell your medical society's story.
Management of healthcare volunteers should be purposeful and strategic. Volunteers are busy with their “day jobs” and already give back to their organizations by contributing time and thought leadership, making efficiency vital. Proper recruitment and utilization of volunteers can be the difference between tremendous success or complete failure. Learn how one healthcare association’s fundraising committee has exceeded their annual goals for more than a decade, setting new milestones and achieving unprecedented participation along the way.
Featuring Drs. Humayun J. Chaudhry, Eric Holmboe and Graham T. McMahon, the webinar will provide medical society leaders with an overview of the roles the Federation of State Medical Boards, Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education, and Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education play in professional self-regulation across the continuum of medical education, training and practice.