NEW! Health Care Executive Education Session: Advances in AI on Feb 17
Posted 2.17.06Bulding on previous "Foundations" courses on AI in the Health Care Executive Education Series, this is an advanced skill-building session with David Cooperride, co-creator of the appreciative inquiry methodologies.
Friday, February 17, 2006 8:15 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
George S. Dively Building on the Case Campus
Appreciative Inquiry, or "AI," has emerged as the most recognized name in strength-based approaches to leading change. Pioneered at the Weatherhead School, AI is now being used in health care organizations and other organizations around the world to help strengthen strategic planning, programs on quality, culture change, merger integration, information systems change, staff retention, customer and patient relations, team development and creating high performance work systems.
Bulding on previous "Foundations" courses on AI in the Health Care Executive Education Series, this is an advanced skill-building session with Dr. David Cooperrider. Professor Cooperrider is co-creator of the appreciative inquiry methodologies which he and others at the Weatherhead School pioneered in the health care system.
Who Should Attend
Everyone in the healthcare industry from middle management through top management, who has previously attended a "Foundations" session on AI and has some responsibility for leading and igniting positive change will find this session valuable.
Continuing Education Credit
Continuing education credit is available for physicians, nurses, social workers, counselors, psychologists, and nursing home administrators. The program has also been preapproved by the ACHE for Category II credit toward advancement or recertification in the American College of Healthcare Executives.
For More Information or To Register - Contact the Health Systems Management Center, Weatherhead School of ManagementCall 216/368-2143 or 800/736-6403, or email email@example.com. You may also register online by going to www.weatherhead.case.edu/hsmc/register. Then click on Health Care Executive Education Series 2005-2006
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