Fall 2013 Volume 6 (4)
In This Issue
President's Message Fall 2013
Message from Your ACHE Regent - Fall 2013
Chapter News
2013 Awards Presentation
Strategic Planning for 2014
Bringing Along Early Careerists
STC-ACHE Looking to Build Corporate Partnerships
STC-ACHE Philanthropy and Community Relations
Membership Committee Note
Leadership and Professional Development
Healthcare Leadership: Thoughts from My Foxhole
What We Need Is More Leadership and Less Management!
Enhancing Your Organizationís Leadership Portfolio
Lead by Example: Know the Qualities of a Good Leader
Prep to Present to the C-Suite or the Board
Student Submissions
University of the Incarnate Word
Save the Date
2014 South Texas Healthcare Landscape
Administrative Notes
Request for Hot Topic eNewletter Articles
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Officers
President
Angelo A. Armondo, MHA FACHE
 
Vice President
Frederick A. Swiderski, MHA, MBA, FACHE
 
Immediate Past President
Amjed Baghdadi, MHA, MBA, FACHE
 
Secretary
Jane Crane
 
Treasurer
MAJ (Ret) Ming Wong, MBA, FACHE
President's Message Fall 2013
Angelo A. Armondo, MHA, FACHE, President, STC-ACHE
This newsletter brings us to the close of another year!  I am proud to report that the South Texas Chapter – ACHE has made significant progress this year in a number of areas.

We achieved our goal in member satisfaction by reaching 80% for the first time.  This was accomplished by a concerted effort to provide you with “value-added” educational, networking, and philanthropic activities and doing our best to publicize all our activities to you, our membership.  We very much appreciate your vote of confidence and will do our best to continue to earn it!  Again this year, the Chapter offered 12 face-to-face educational credits for you to take advantage of and educational opportunities in both Local Program Councils. The Chapter also offered a much larger number of Philanthropy and Community Relations activities for your participation.  In almost all of these activities, you generated a waiting list wanting to participate.  As a result, we plan to increase the number of opportunities we provide for you this next year.  If you have specific opportunities you would like to see the Chapter offer, please let Joyce Brown or me know.  The Chapter also offered a Student/ Early Careerist Educational opportunity in September that was very well received.  In ending 2013 and beginning 2014, please remember this Chapter exists to serve you and to serve as your link to the American College of Healthcare Executives.  We look forward to seeing each of you in 2014!

The Board of Directors and I wish each of you the Happiest of Holiday Seasons!
For Leaders Who Care!

Angelo A. Armondo
President, South Texas Chapter
American College of Healthcare Executives
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