Person-Centered Care Leadership: Meeting the Challenges Together
Leadership is the single determining factor of whether an organization can make the leap from an institutional model of care to a person-centered model. This transformation begins with and depends upon the formal leaders’ ability and willingness to transform themselves first, then to change the context of their communities so that others may embrace their own growth and transformation. This webinar will provide attendees with an opportunity to address their own leadership challenges with two nationally known facilitators in person-centered leadership. What is that leadership challenge that is driving you crazy? After you register, send your greatest leadership challenge to email@example.com bandit will be addressed during the webinar.
- Identify two challenges of leading a person-centered care journey.
- Discuss ways that leaders shift their practices to more effectively facilitate the growth of person-centered care.
- Name one new leadership practice or skill that the attendee will personally implement.
Nancy Fox has been in the field of long-term care for 30 years. She is currently Chief Innovation Officer for Vivage Senior Living. Nancy is a licensed nursing home administrator and the former Executive Director of the Eden Alternative and is currently an Eden Mentor and Educator. She is the author of The Journey of a Lifetime: Leadership Pathways to Culture Change in Long-Term Care, and is currently writing her next book on person-centered leadership.
Denise Hyde, Pharm.D., discovered culture change in 1997 at the Thomas Fitzgerald Veterans Home in Omaha, Nebraska. She left the Veterans Home in 2001 and became a Regional Coordinator for The Eden Alternative supporting six states. In 2005, Denise was hired by the Quality Improvement Organization in Nebraska to do culture change work and Medicare Part D projects. She is now serving as the Community Builder for The Eden Alternative supporting Eden Registry Members. Denise is one of the founding members of the culture change coalition in Nebraska and has spoken several times on culture change locally and nationally.