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As the health care industry continues to navigate change related to healthcare reform, an aging population, and impending baby boomer retirements, healthcare organizations must learn how to compete in this rapidly changing environment. Leadership and frontline staff must be prepared for new roles and responsibilities. To accomplish this, organizations need to create a strategy and infrastructure to provide consistent, continuous, and coordinated learning. They must develop a culture of learning.

Join Lisa Schumacher, WorkforceChicago at Council for Adult & Experiential Learning and former Academy Director at University of Chicago Medical Center in an interactive conversation with Healthcare Provider Learning Leaders and session participants to describe how their respective organizations are:
Preparing leaders for the speed of change

  • Creating and implementing leadership competencies
  • Development strategies/tactics outside classroom learning

Hear how Healthcare Providers Learning Leaders, experts in this industry, and the field of organizational & talent development, approach these challenges and engage in a lively discussion.

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