|Two GCHEG Members Participating in Executive Program Presented by ACHE|
ACHE Special Programs are offered at various locations around the country throughout the year. Special programs are designed and geared toward our members' career interests and provide focused education and unique networking opportunities. The Executive Program, in particular, is designed for the next generation of healthcare executives and middle managers who strive to excel in management and achieve organizational excellence. Program highlights include 3 in-person educational and networking sessions in Chicago, San Diego, and Orlando, in addition to virtual learning opportunities throughout the program duration. A total of 47.75 Face-to-Face education credits are earned at the completion of the program.
Two GCHEG members are represented in the 2018 Executive Program Cohort - Tracy Pryor, Practice Administrator at Novant Health, and Jhaymee Wilson-Tynan, Director of Corporate Strategy Management and Growth at Atrium Health. Both Tracy and Jhaymee are members of GCHEG's Executive Board, Co-Chair of Communications and Outreach and Treasurer-Elect, respectively. Marlon Julius, Director of Business Consulting at Vidant Health in Greenville, North Carolina and member of the neighboring ACHE chapter in the Triangle region, is also a North Carolina representative in this year's cohort. The three Carolinians are pictured below at their first seminar in Chicago.
Program participants engaged in 2 days of learning and networking at The Westin O'Hare, Chicago, this past week. Topics on the agenda included Emotional Intelligence, Practical Leadership Strategies, A Hiring Manager's Guide to Military Candidates, Hot Legislative and Regulatory Topics, Clinical and Administrator Resiliency, and Building Strong Administrative-Board Relationships. Program participants also received detailed reports from Benchmarks 360, a comprehensive leader assessment tool.
The program will commence for its second session later this summer in San Diego. To learn more about how you can get involved in ACHE special education programs, visit www.ache.org and click on "Education."