2019 Strategy Days

Pre-Conference Strategy Day A: Healthcare CHRO Strategy Day Transforming CHRO Impact on a Fast-Changing Healthcare Organization

Monday June 24: 12pm – 8pm
(includes networking dinner)

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Designed by CHROs for CHROs, this focus day will allow you to tackle four critical questions that the healthcare organization of the future needs to answer. Through a combination of thought leader perspectives and facilitated discussions between C-level HR leaders, you will leave with connections, insights and innovative ideas you can immediately implement.

The four questions to be addressed will be:

The Ripple Effect of Leadership
With many senior executives in healthcare nearing retirement age, who do you hire for the future, how do you develop the leaders of the future, and what are the culture implications?

Caring for the Caregiver
How does a healthcare organization take care of its own people, particularly clinicians (physicians, nurses, social workers, etc.) given the intense work environment?

What CEOs Want
What are the expectations of a CHRO, how does the CEO and CHRO work together strategically to drive organizational performance, how does the CHRO add value to the organization?

Women in Leadership
How are healthcare organizations creating and maintaining a positive, diverse work setting, building a better workplace for women?

Cathy Jacobson
President & Chief Executive Officer
Froedtert Health

Doug Hawthorne
Founding Chief Executive Officer Emeritus
Texas Health Resources

Dr. Ninfa M. Saunders
President & Chief Executive Officer
Navicent Health

Eric Humphrey
Chief Human Resources Officer
Froedtert Health

Jenn Faulkner
Vice President, Team Member Experience
Baystate Health

Deborah Hicks
Chief People & Culture Officer
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Pre-Conference Strategy Day B: HRVP Strategy Day Re-imagining the Role of Human Resources VPs in the World of HCAHPS Scores

Monday June 24: 12pm – 8pm
(includes networking dinner)

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This focus day will allow current and aspiring HR VPs to challenge traditional thinking around four key areas which will allow them to transform their impact on their organizations.. Through a combination of thought leader perspectives and facilitated discussions between current and future Human Resources VPs, you will leave with connections, insights and innovative ideas you can immediately implement.

The four questions to be addressed will be:

Do the Shoemaker’s Children Have Shoes? The Importance of Strategically Investing in the HR Team
How should we change HR new hire on boarding and development to ensure that our people can prepare the organization for the future of healthcare?

Evolving The Employee Experience: Progressing from “Being” to “Wellbeing”
What does “wellbeing” look like in today’s fast-changing, multi-generational work environment—and which practices are most effective for helping employees maximize their potential?

A Total Rewards Strategy that Retains Talent: Contemporary, Competitive, and Cost Effective
How can we design and deliver rewards that appeal to each segment of our increasingly diverse workforce – without breaking the budget?

Rethinking Talent Development in an Era of Rapid Organizational Transformation

Conventional methods of employee development are no longer enough; how can we rapidly and reliably grow talent pipelines in this dynamic environment?

Lisa Abbott
Senior Vice President of Human Resources & Community Affairs
Lifespan

Robyn Smith
Executive Vice President of Human Resources
Jackson Healthcare

Beth Brill
Vice President of Human Resources
HCA

Members of the second cohort of the University of Dallas DBA program are photographed on Thursday, June 2, 2016 on the third floor of SB Hall on the UD campus in Irving, Texas.
Will Schoch

Gerard Camacho
AVP of Learning & Career Development
Atrium Health

Will Schoch
Director, Organizational Development
HCA

Pre-Conference Strategy Day C: Learning & Development Strategy Day Rethinking Workforce Development in a Constantly Changing Healthcare Industry

Monday June 24: 12pm – 8pm
(includes networking dinner)

This focus day will allow you to tackle four critical questions addressing how we develop and inspire the healthcare workforce of tomorrow. Through a combination of thought leader perspectives and facilitated discussions between HR and L&D leaders, you will leave with connections, insights and innovative ideas you can immediately implement:

The four questions to be addressed will be:

The Unique Approaches to Leadership Development that Will Transform Capabilities & Drive Employee Engagement
What can we do more of to effectively advance the coaching capabilities and emotional intelligence of our organization’s leaders?

Rethinking How We Design & Build Succession Planning Strategies for Senior Healthcare Leadership Roles
What creative approaches can we take to developing and maximizing the next-generation leadership capabilities for clinical and non-clinical roles?

Rethinking How We Empower All Layers of Our Frontline Workforce
What can we do to effectively break down hierarchical barriers that will directly impact delivery of patient care?

Developing & Sustaining a Culture that Will Make a Real Difference to Your People & Patients
What do we need to do differentially to ensure and measure that our culture is alive in every aspect of what we do?

Dave Hoerman
Chief Wisdom Officer
DaVita

Kurt Olson
System Vice President of Talent Management and Organizational Effectiveness
Ohio Health

JoEllen Colson
Vice President of Human Resources
Confluence Health

Kerri Burchill
Head of Organizational Development
Southern Illinois Healthcare

Galen Sorom
Director of Provider Development
Confluence Health

Pre-Conference Strategy Day D: Talent Acquisition Strategy Day Transforming the Outcomes of Your Most Critical Talent Acquisition Objectives

Monday June 24: 12pm – 8pm
(includes networking dinner)

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This focus day will allow you to tackle three critical questions addressing how we find, attract, and build the healthcare workforce of tomorrow. Through a combination of thought leader perspectives and facilitated discussions between HR and strategic Talent Acquisition leaders, you will leave with connections, insights and innovative ideas you can immediately implement:

The three questions to be addressed will be:

Overcoming the Biggest Implications for Talent Acquisition in a Digital World
What creative approaches do we need to take to allow us to stay one step ahead of digital transformation in recruitment?

The New Approaches to Attracting & Retaining Your Top Clinical Talent
How can we revamp our talent strategy to move from volume to value and more effectively transition physicians into leaders?

Rethinking How to Do More with Less in Talent Acquisition
What do we need to do more of to transform the efficiency and capabilities of our talent acquisition teams?

Sebastien Girard
Senior Vice President, Workforce Engagement
Atrium Health

Chris Corde
Vice President of Physician Recruitment
Bon Secours Mercy Health

Joe Gage
Chief Human Resources Officer
Mercy Health