NEW Session! Women in Healthcare: Creating Careers of Impact: June 16
Posted 6.16.06For all clinical and non-clinical women in the healthcare industry, this program will investigate whether women are exercising their considerable leadership potential and will provide opportunities for understanding and maximizing women’s individual and collective leadership.
Attention Women in Healthcare: Managers and Professionals!
Announcing a new one-day interactive, in-depth program
Healthcare is one of the fastest growing industries in the world today. Women represent the majority group in the provider sector of healthcare, comprising 76.6% of those employed in hospitals and 78.6% of those employed in health service areas outside of the hospital venue.*
Additionally, though not in such high numbers, women are in the bioscience sector as scientists, saleswomen, managers and business owners, developing and disseminating devices, supplies and pharmaceuticals.
A critical topic to address, given women’s predominance in healthcare, is whether women are exercising their considerable leadership potential. This program will investigate this topic and provide opportunities for understanding and maximizing women’s individual and collective leadership.
Rather than the typical “listen to the experts” sessions, this program will provide opportunities for interaction with the faculty and with the other participants in the context of this important topic. The program will have a limited number of participants so that interactive communication will be maximized. The faculty presenter is in the forefront of research and education in the area of women and leadership.
Program time: 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
By the end of this session, participants will be able to:
• Explore models of leadership for the woman healthcare professional
• Analyze the impact of life stages on the leadership role in a woman’s career
• Apply patterns of success for high achieving women to personal career
• Discuss ways to develop the next generation of women leaders in healthcare
Who should attend
Women healthcare and bioscience professionals in all disciplines, e.g., nurses, physicians, nutritionists, pharmacists, researchers, non-clinical managers, scientists, social workers, psychologists, pharmaceutical reps, healthcare educators, nursing home administrators, etc., and at all levels, e.g., entry, middle and senior, from all sectors of the healthcare industry.
Deborah O'Neil, Ph.D., has 20 years experience in management, leadership and organizational development. She is a Senior Lecturer in the Organizational Behavior Department at the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University. Dr. O'Neil is also a Professorial Lecturer with the American University in Washington, D.C. and an adjunct faculty member at Bowling Green State University . Dr. O'Neil has published articles on women's career development, the use of coaching behaviors in management education, and the importance of emotional intelligence in developing leadership skills for life. Her research is focused on career-in-life development, women leaders, women in healthcare, and the positive impact of coaching and mentoring relationships.
Available for Physicians, Nurses, Social Workers, Counselors, Nursing Home Administrators and Psychologists - learn more online.
FeeSingle registration is $450; Groups of 3 or more are $400 per registrant. Alumni call for information. Registration Classes fill quickly, so call today! For more information, contact the Health Systems Management Center at 216.368.6403 or email@example.com.
View complete program details, accreditation information and register online at weatherhead.case.edu/hsmc/women.cfm.
*(Bureau of Labor Statistics, ftp://ftp.bls.gov/pub/special.requests/lf/aat18.txt).
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