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Teleios Collaborative Network (TCN) announced its 2022 Teleios University (TU) graduates

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Hendersonville, NC   December 9, 2022: Teleios Collaborative Network (TCN) announced its 2022 Teleios University (TU) graduates.  Eleven individuals successfully completed the year-long program earning their certificates in leadership excellence.


TU is a leadership program unlike any other.  This one-year course is provided through monthly webinars, experiential monthly activities, quarterly challenges and more.  It culminates with a capstone project and earns each participant who completes the assignments a certification in leadership excellence. 


This year’s graduates include the following leaders in the Hospice and Serious Illness Sector:

TU Professors include Chris Comeaux, President & CEO of TCN, Dr. Millicent Burke-Sinclair, President & CEO of Four Seasons, and Carole Fisher, President of NPHI.  Each professor brings a wealth of leadership experience and knowledge.   


Chris Comeaux states, “TU just graduated the participants in its third class and has a full class registered for its fourth year beginning January of 2023.  The results we have seen from our participants are phenomenal.  Here is some of the feedback we have received regarding the impact of this year-long Leadership Certification Course: ‘This course helped me to identify my cause and purpose and perhaps even more importantly it has helped me develop the thinking tools that enable me to live my cause and purpose and to stay in the learning mode for the rest of my life.  I can’t recommend this course highly enough.’  This powerful testimony is right on point to how TU was designed, and it is wonderful to see our great vision coming to fruition with each new class of leaders.  Congratulations to our 2022 Teleios University course graduates,” continued Comeaux. 


TCN is a nonprofit organization that has created a clinically integrated network that shares expert leadership, industry best practices, and resources with its member organizations, allowing community-based, nonprofit hospice and palliative care agencies to continue their work of providing compassionate care for those facing serious illness or the end of life.  There are over 3,500 hospice and 4,300 palliative patients in its network.  TCN was founded in 2017 by Four Seasons and CarolinaCaring and co-founded by AMOREM and Mountain Valley Hospice and Palliative Care organizations.  TCN is currently comprised of twelve member organizations and serves in North Carolina, Virginia, Texas, Idaho, Ohio, West Virginia, Maryland, and Utah. 


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Contact: Tina Gentry
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