Louisiana Chapter
2nd Quarter October 2017
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Letter from LACHE President Fall 2017
Message from Your ACHE Regent - Fall 2017
Thank You TSC Advantage
Education
Congratulations Dr. Tiffany Love
National News Q3 2017
Healthcare Leadership: Supporting Women Executives
Unique Behaviors That Earn Your Employees’ Respect
3 Keys to a Great Pep Talk
Upcoming Advisory Board Webinars that may interest you....
Join the ACHE Official Group on LinkedIn
Officers Contact Information
2017 LACHE Officers- Contact Information
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2017 LACHE Officers
Coletta Barrett
President 


Kirk Soileau
President-Elect             

Kiley Cedotal
Secretary

Patricia T. "Tatsy" Jeter
Treasurer

Michele K. Sutton
Regent & Ex Officio

Phyllis Peoples
Ex-Officio 

Jyric Sims
District 1, Member at Large

Rene Ragas
District 2, Member at Large

Guy Davis
District 3, Member at Large

Tiffany Love 
District 4, Member at Large

Chad Cathey
District at Large

Ben Boudreaux
Newsletter

Daniel Simon
Career Advancement

Benjamin Whitworth
Membership

Diane Yeates
Education

Rickie Ragan
Sponsorship

Tim Mohon
Community Impact

Dr. Tiffany Love
Diversity and Inclusion

Merle Francis
LHA Representative

Matthew A. Gibson
Strategic Planning


Kent Design + Build

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Join the ACHE Official Group on LinkedIn


LinkedIn is a social networking tool to help members exchange information, build contacts and share ideas. Join the ACHE Official Group on LinkedIn today to make new business contacts with other ACHE members and enhance your current relationships with a growing online network of leaders in the healthcare field.

To join the ACHE Official Group on LinkedIn, you must have a profile. To create a profile, visit LinkedIn.com. Once you have completed your profile, you are ready to join your colleagues around the country.

Click here to see a tutorial.  

Whether you are job hunting, gathering leads, or networking in your industry, having a professional, eye-catching profile is an excellent idea to make sure that you can be found by the right people at the right time.

First, it is not about you.  Write your summary in the first person (I accomplished ...).  With each statement that you write, consider who you are hoping will read it  and what they are taking away from it.  A recruiter, hiring manager, or potential customer wants to be able to imagine how you can help them.

Filling out a profile is not difficult, but here are some important best practices you should follow to make sure your profile is as powerful as possible.

  1. Start with a professional photo.  If you do not have a professional headshot, add that to your to-do-list, and go with the cleanest, most professional looking snapshot you have - and upgrade as soon as possible.  And smile - remember that photo is your first impression with a professional employer.
  2. Make your headline stand out.  By default, LinkedIn populates your headline with your job title and current company, but you don't have to leave it that way.  Consider listing your specialty and speaking directly to your audience.  Try to keep your headline to about ten words.
  3. Fill out the summary field with five - six of your biggest achievements.  Use bullets to make this easy to read.  You can also add media files, including videos.  If you are a speaker or presenter, an introduction video could be a great idea. 
  4. Add images or documents to your experience.  You can add media files to your experience section.  It is a great way to create a visual portfolio along with your standard resume information.
  5. Fill out as much of the profile as possible.  That includes skills, volunteer associations, education, etc.  This is the place to add the interesting stuff that does not fit on your resume, but paints you as a well rounded individual.  If your volunteer experiences directly pertain to your job search, put it in as work history.
  6. Keep your work history relevant.  You do not need to list every job you ever had.  Instead, list the jobs that are relevant to your current career goals. 
  7. Add links to relevant sites.  If you have a work-related blog or online portfolio , make use of the three URLs you are allowed on your profile and link to it. 
  8. Ask for recommendations.  Endorsements are great, but recommendations are the currency of the realm on LinkedIn.  Reach out to past colleagues, managers, and associates and ask that they write you a recommendation.
  9. Use status updates to share industry-relevant content.  This can help show recruiters that you are focused and in-the-know in your industry.

Follow these tips and you can ensure that you have a killer LinkedIn profile that will stand out to recruiters, hiring managers, and potential customers.

Adapted from:  Bernard Marr - How to Create a Killer LinkedIn Profile

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Session 1: December 4–5, 2017

Achieving Speed, Spread, Scalability and Sustainability for Health Systems - New!

Coach, Challenge, Lead: Developing an Indispensable Management Team

Monetizing Quality in a Pay-for-Value World - New!

Toxic Behaviors in Healthcare: How Everyday Civility Increases Patient Safety and Team Performance

*Process and Technique of Negotiating


December 4–6

Session 2: December 6–7, 2017

Leading and Managing in Changing Times

Possibilities, Probabilities and Creative Solutions: Breakthrough Thinking for Complex Environments

Power and Influence in Healthcare Organizations

Service Line Management: The Next Generation

 

Two-Day Seminar Details

Time: 7:00 am – 1:30 pm

Credits: 12 ACHE Face-to-Face Education credits

Tuition: ACHE member $1,495.00 / Nonmember $1,695.00

* Process and Technique of Negotiating

Date: December 4–6, 2017

Time: Day One: 7:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.

Day Two: 7:00 a.m.–1:30 p.m.

Day Three: 7:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.

Credits: 17.00 ACHE Face-to-Face Education credits

Tuition: ACHE member $1,945.00 / Nonmember $2,145.00

 

The tuition fee covers one seminar selected from either Session 1 or Session 2. If you would like to attend two seminars, you will be charged two tuition fees. Due to the timing, you may only register for one seminar from each session.


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