The Thrill of Patient Care…and the Positive Power of Self-Motivation
Educational Grant From Kellogg's
|Date: 9/13/2012Time: 2:15 PM EDT-3:15 PM EDTThis one-hour session is focused on managers who work primarily in the Food Services area of health care facilities. The theme, self-motivation, is intended for both the manager as well as the individual contributors. The content includes the importance of the motivated employee, recognizing blind spots with practical tips and tools that impact care.
- Discuss why self-motivation is the foundation of top performing facilities.
- Explain how new scorecards in health care focus on the motivated employee.
- Apply the four factors of motivation—starting with you the leader.
- Express how you alone influence your level of motivation.
Registrations are welcome and accepted up until the program’s scheduled date.
Greg Nelson is a nationally recognized expert and a sought after speaker with experience in leadership and executing strategy. For more than 30 years, Greg's passion has been working with leaders to achieve and sustain operational excellence. In the last few years, Greg has been honored to speak to over 60,000 health care professionals and leaders.
Greg began his career in health care in the mid '70s, working in behavioral health with a health system in Ohio. In the mid '80s, he spearheaded their focus on the patients to drive effective business strategies. The experience also drove his passion for leadership development.
Formerly the Vice President and founder of the Health Care Group at Development Dimensions International and subsequently a national speaker for the renowned Studer Group, Greg is a proven leader. In addition to health care experience, his strategic thinking and visionary ideas have helped both for-profit and not-for-profit groups in numerous industries, including banking, financial services, government agencies, education, manufacturing and professional trade associations.
Greg has written several articles for national publications and co-authored the book, Zapp! Empowerment in Health Care.
Greg Nelson has disclosed no relevant, real or apparent personal or professional financial relationships.
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