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Accelerating Health Care Transformation by Developing the Next Generation of Health Leaders

Mar 03, 2015

Thursday March 12, 2015 in New York City

Join us for an Executive Roundtable Discussion

Health care is moving to new performance and collaboration models, and the environment is changing rapidly. Join us for an interactive, boardroom-style discussion with senior HR, talent, learning & development, and communication executives to identify ways to equip health leaders as they manage complex organizational and culture change in 2015.Space for this roundtable session is limited—register today.An agenda and list of attendees will be provided in advance to confirmed executives.Discussion Topic:Accelerating Health Care Transformation by Developing the Next Generation of Health LeadersObjectives:
  • Share industry insights from Gagen MacDonald interviews with senior health care executives and discuss what’s needed from leaders in this rapidly changing sector
  • Offer best practices for managing complex organizational and culture change
  • Discuss several timely health care case studies designed to highlight the importance of:
    • message platform design & equipping senior leaders to consistently lead change communications
    • experiential leadership programs to transform leader behaviors
Date/Time: Thursday, March 12 9am-10:30amLocation: The Cornell Club-New York 6 East 44th Street New York, NY 10017Roundtable Presenter & Facilitator: Rose Gailey, Gagen MacDonald, Building Capabilities Practice LeaderRose Gailey is one of Gagen MacDonald’s leading experts in leadership development and organizational design. She has extensive experience working inside Fortune 500 companies to move corporate and operating strategies into the workplace.Roundtable Co-Presenter: Bill Conroy, Gagen MacDonald, Senior ConsultantBill Conroy, a senior counselor in leadership development and operational excellence, works with clients to build high-performance cultures and navigate complex cultural transformations. He has over three decades of successful experience working with public and private organizations as a consultant and executive.
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