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Everyone has the ability to influence therefore everyone is a leader. Since the early 50's the Marine Corp has been using 14 leadership traits to influence Marines to become leaders and the same traits that men and women have died for on the battlefield are just as useful to live for in our offices and life. Shane will combine his experience as a Marine and Healthcare Administrator when presenting 14 leadership traits to live by.
"Leadership is intangible, hard to measure, and difficult to describe. Its quality would seem to stem from many factors. But certainly, they must include a measure of inherent ability to control and direct, self-confidence based on expert knowledge, initiative, loyalty, pride and sense of responsibility. Inherent ability cannot be instilled, but that which is latent or dormant can be developed. Other ingredients can be acquired. They are not easily learned. But leaders can be and are made." General C. B. Cates, 19th Commandant of the Marine Corps
Although the title of this session is "Leadership Traits to Live for" many good people have been willing to and have died for these exact same traits. Since 1948 various forms of leadership traits have been used in the military but the 14 we'll discuss today have become the backbone of the Marine Corps since the 50's. Don't worry, this won't be a military history lesson and although I will use some battlefield comparisons this is about the office and how in today's work environment, and dare I say family environment, it is vitally important that leaders actually lead!
Shifting to a payment system based on value remains a goal of the federal government and a priority for Wisconsin hospitals. But how far along the spectrum have they come and what’s delaying further progress? What does payment reform look like under the Trump administration? Is uncertainty at the federal level having any impact?
A panel of experts will debate these questions and more at a Wisconsin Health News Panel Series event July 10 in Milwaukee.
· Eric Haberichter, CEO, Access HealthNet
· Dr. Michelle Graham, Chief Medical Officer, UnitedHealthcare
· Naomi Wedin, Executive Director, Bellin Health Partners
Join WMGMA for the quarterly Payer Forum. Members are invited to login and submit their questions. Questions are due by August 1, 2018 in order to be discussed at the September meeting. Payers are invited to attend the morning Q&A and to stay for lunch.
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
12:00 - 12:30 p.m.
12:30 - 2:00 p.m.
Group Discussion and Information Sharing
There will not be a conference call option. If you would like to participate, please plan to attend in person.
Registration includes electronic materials and lunch.
WMGMA Members - $25WMGMA Member Guests - $25
Non-Members - $50Payers - Complimentary and includes lunch
Join WMGMA for the quarterly Payer Forum. Members are invited to login and submit their questions. Questions are due by November 1, 2018 in order to be discussed at the December meeting. Payers are invited to attend the morning Q&A and to stay for lunch.
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