Spring 2017
ACHENJ April 2017
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President's Message
SERVING OUR MEMBERSHIP WELL
Message from Your ACHE Regent
Message from Your ACHE Regent
ACHENJ Mission & Vision
Mission & Vision
Leader to Leader Point Recipients
Leader to Leader Point Recipients
New Chapter Members
New Chapter Members
Chapter News
Chapter News
Spotlight: Communications Committee
Spotlight: Member Services Committee
National News
Career Resources
Career Resources
Ray E. Brown Management Resource Center
Ray E. Brown Management Resource Center
ACHE Diversity Tool
ACHE Diversity Tool
Articles of Interest
The No. 1 Secret To Career Success
How a Good Work Atmosphere Leads to More Success
9 Habits Of Highly Emotionally Intelligent People
6 Ways to Boost Alignment and Improve Strategy Execution
The Social Side of Emotional Intelligence: Bad Habits to Avoid
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Chapter Officers
Officers and Board of Directors - 2016-2017

 
President
Ceu Cirne-Neves, CPHQ, FACHE
Vice President, Physician & Support Services
Saint Barnabas Medical Center
RWJBarnabas Health
ccirne-neves@barnabashealth.org  


Immediate Past-President
Scott Serbin
Director of Marketing, Recruiting and Clinical Education
EmCare
scott.serbin@emcare.com 


President-Elect
Jeffrey Egnatovich MBA, RN
Manager, Clinical Practice
Meridian Health
jeff@egnatovich.com  

 

Treasurer
Bruce Keele

Financial & CFS Senior Director

Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

BKeele2@its.jnj.com

 

Secretary
Jodi McCaffrey, FACHE  
Social and Content Marketing Manager
EmCare 
jodi.mccaffrey@emcare.com

 

First Member at Large
Paula Gutierrez, MHA, CPTC
Transplant Administrator
NJ Sharing Network
pgutierrez@njsharingnetwork.org


Second Member at Large
Alex Puma
Analyst, Academic Affairs
Monmouth Medical Center
apuma@barnabashealth.org

 

Membership Chair
Maria C. Miranda  
Director, Reimbursement Services
BESLER Consulting
mmiranda@besler.com


Regent
Nancy DiLiegro, PhD, FACHE
Vice President of Clinical Operations and Physician Services
Chief Clinical Officer
Trinitas Regional Medical Center
ndiliegro@trinitas.org 

 


2016-2017 Organizational Chart

 

 

Articles of Interest
The Social Side of Emotional Intelligence: Bad Habits to Avoid

Recent studies show likability can be traced back to a few social skills such as sincerity, transparency and understanding. According to Travis Bradberry, author of the best-selling book Emotional Intelligence 2.0, people with high emotional intelligence often possess such skills. They also tend to avoid the following bad behaviors, which can make you unlikeable:

  • Humble-bragging and self-deprecation
  • Being too serious or unsociable
  • Not asking enough questions during a conversation
  • Emotional instability, e.g., throwing things, screaming, etc.
  • Using your phone while interacting with people
  • Name-dropping to seem important or interesting
  • Gossiping
  • Being close-minded
  • Over-sharing personal information or problems


“When you build your awareness of how your actions are received by other people, you pave the way to becoming more likable,” wrote Bradberry.


—Adapted from “7 Things Wildly Successful People Do Before 7:30 A.M.,” by Travis Bradberry, Forbes.com, Jan. 24, 2017.

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