Leadership in Occupational Medicine Out of the Pandemic

Effective leaders rise in the face of adversity to motivate and inspire employees, partners and customers.  

Here we develop essential skills to build your team, assure their competency and give them the tools to become productive, resilient colleagues in difficult times.

Sessions & Agenda

Presentation skills - Vito Mazza

Assuring Competency - Donna Lee Gardner

Effective job descriptions - Donna Lee Gardner

Leadership role development - Julie Parkhill

Cognitive Resilience - David Frances, PhD, Laura Dinsmore

Productive conflict - Nick Dann, Chuck Duke

Panel discussion

Speakers

Vito Mazza

Kinum

Donna Lee Gardner

NAOHP

Julie Parkhill

ATI Solutions

Nick Dann

BDA

David Frances, PhD

Quadrant Health Strategies, Inc

Laura Dinsmore

Quadrant Health Strategies, Inc

Larry Earl, MD

NAOHP - Moderator

Chuck Duke

BDA

Why you need to attend this conference

Focused

The ONLY leadership training focused on the practice of occupational medicine and how to serve employer clients

Experience

Highly experienced, engaging speakers

Virtual Meeting Platform

State of the Art virtual meeting platform allows for convenient, highly interactive sessions for attendees

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More about each session

Presentations Skills for LEADERS: Inside the Office and Outside in Public - Vito Mazza

Learning Objectives:

“LEADERSHIP is INFLUENCE, NOTHING MORE, NOTHING LESS!” Dr. John Maxwell

How a LEADER is perceived as a SPEAKER/COMMUNICATOR is vital! Excellence is expected. We build simple skill sets to help Leaders communicate better with Clients, with staff, associates, Colleagues, mentees, and the Public, at large.

Develop an understanding among Leaders that these skill sets are transferable to other personal and career opportunities

Building simple skill sets to help develop Self-Confidence while speaking in Public (in person or online): Zoom Calls, Educational Panels & Seminars, Podcasts, Client Calls, Rotary Clubs, Job Fairs, Career Days, etc.

Synopsis of Seminar:

Outside: Tips for Effective Presentations: ~ how to overcome anxiety ~ the 3 parts of your communication and the IMPACT of each ~ Voice ~ Breathing ~ Elements of Body Language ~ Balance ~ Gestures ~ Eye Focus

Inside: Tips for Effective Internal Communications: ~ The office phone ~ Client Communications ~ Salesmanship ~ Logic/Emotion ~ Effective Huddles (speak last) ~ Effective QUESTION ASKING]

Help with your 30 Second Commercial! “Intrigue - How to Create Interest and Connect with Anyone: Sam Horn at TEDxBethesdaWomen” https://bit.ly/2IFpnlj Tips for Networking & FREE RESOURCES

Vito Mazza – KINUM, Inc./WINTEGRITY, Inc. – 201-446-4072 – [email protected]

How to assure leadership competency- Donna Lee Gardner

Leadership competencies are skills and behaviors that contribute to superior performance. Using a competency-based approach to leadership, organizations can better identify and develop their next generation of leaders.  

Objectives:  

1. Define Leadership Competencies 

2. Discuss the individual competency component 

3. Develop and share the skills and knowledge to maintain leadership competencies.

Productive Conflict – The Power of In-The-Moment Conversations - Chuck Duke, Nicholas Dann

The session will focus on the  objectives below and how you can apply these to your occupational medicine program, and its outreach via onsite clinics, as well as internal employee occupational health services program. The focus can be on your own staff first, and then used as a value add for your client population to build a cohesive team.

Objectives:

1. Learn why great leaders are both conflict avoiders and conflict seekers.

2. Explain which commonly accepted behaviors in the workplace are actually destructive responses to conflict.

3. Discover how practicing In The Moment Conversations with your team members can lead to life long leadership lessons

Leadership Role Development - Julie Parkhill

When given the responsibility of developing employees, naturally our thoughts turn to training operational tasks that coincide with management. In an effort to develop employees and not just train them to do a task, leaders must turn to leadership development skills.

Objectives:

1. Define leadership development versus operational training

2. Develop leadership skills that align with your company's mission

3. Identify tools that assist in leadership development from the onboarding step and forward

Effective Job Descriptions - Donna Lee Gardner

SHRM, the Society for Human Resource Management defines A job description as “a useful, plain-language tool that explains the tasks, duties, function and responsibilities of a position.” Research has identified that overlooked, inaccurate, and outdated job descriptions can have a negative effect on working environments. In this presentation we discuss the steps needed to develop a meaningful description, the purpose of your own job descriptions, and the uses of the job description in management

How to Boost Cognitive Resilience - David Frances, PhD

Leaders are expected to be resilient, especially when the people they lead are challenged on a daily basis by unprecedented global events. This program provides a framework for prioritizing resilience improvement measures.  It focuses on how peoples’ characteristic thinking behavior influences their ability to be resilient, especially when they are tasked with leading others.  It offers a variety of techniques and resources, with emphasis on identifying and disputing irrational, self-defeating thinking habits that may impede resilience.

Objectives: 

1. Define a context for understanding how to improve resilience 

2. Describe how resilience is predicated upon rational thinking 

3. Identify techniques to confront thinking habits that can interfere with leadership resilience

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