The beauty of this Leadership System is the ability to adapt it to your organization’s needs.
A 5-day Leadership Immersion Course where Teleios Collaborative Network (TCN) Leaders will provide you with practical tools to achieve results.
Chris is an award-winning expert and lifelong student on leadership and the performance required to truly be a leader. He has spent his life and career researching, learning, coaching, and implementing the pushes and pulls necessary to create high performance leaders and high performance organizations.
As an avid learner and nationally known educator and consultant in areas of business strategy, non-profit management, human resources, operations leadership, and healthcare, Millicent sets the bar high and makes what is necessary possible for all she meets. Because of Millicent’s life purpose, she is a living example of her purpose as she learns daily, grows continuously, and lives a life of joy. This is the culture she creates for all around her.
Alyson has worked in sales leadership exclusively in the for-profit hospice industry. Under her leadership as a VP of Sales, she led one provider to achieve the top market share in Tennessee, organically expand to another state, and acquire a state-wide provider.
Tina achieved the professional designation of Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE), a designation held by only 6,200 people worldwide. She began her career in hospice in 2003 and has dedicated her professional talents to serving TCN and its Members.
Janelle is dedicated to enabling people and organizations to achieve peak performance and resiliency. She has spent her career working with staff & volunteers who care for persons and their families at end of life. She is passionate about offering opportunities for families and patients to experience peace of mind with help from staff who are devoted to developing their craft and realize their significant impact in the lives of vulnerable families.
Lynn's considerable healthcare background includes psychiatric nursing, home health, and hospice. She taught psychiatric nursing as a clinical instructor at ECU and mental health nursing and community health at Rockingham Community College. She has held certification as a hospice and palliative nurse and was in the first class of Teleios University, obtaining her Certification in Leadership Excellence in 2020.
Edie began her career in end-of-life care over 20 years ago at a nonprofit, hospital-based hospice, homecare and private duty organization. She has also served as an adjunct professor at Limestone University where she greatly enjoyed assisting with the leadership and professional development of social work, psychology and sociology students.
Lara remains in love with her career as a music therapist, even after 20+years. Lara received her Bachelor of Music Therapy from Radford University, after spending a year in Montreal, QU to complete a required internship. She then spent the next 10 years living/working in Phoenix, AZ, Philadelphia, PA and Providence, RI before returning to her alma mater as a graduate teaching fellow. She received her Master of Science in Music Therapy with an emphasis on Counseling Psychology in 2007. She then landed in Raleigh, NC where she worked as the Director of Program Development and Training with a local non-profit organization committed to integrating social/emotion support for people with autism into school systems and community outreach programs. During Lara’s three years with this organization, the program grew from a start-up to a highly regarded staple in the community.
Annette is the Chief Compliance Officer for Teleios Collaborative Network. Equipped with more than 32 years of health care experience, she is widely regarded as a regulatory and compliance specialist in the hospice industry.
TCN's Leadership Immersion is held virtually.
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Better understand why employees communicate the way they do so that you can capitalize on individual strengths.
Meeting preparation, flow, and tools, to ensure your meetings are purposeful and effective.
How Policies, Procedures, Processes, and Best-known Practices make "Excellence you can count on and Customized Care you love" possible.
Introduction to The Art of Showing Up In Action into We! Connect
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Learn why one to one meetings with your direct reports can increase employee engagement and improve organizational outcomes.
Participants will have an opportunity to experience & practice different levels of situational leadership.
Being an excellent leader isn't just about what you do, it's about how you show up with yourself and others - at TCN, we refer to this as The Art of Showing Up. One highly important and nuanced questions for leaders today is, "How do I promote resilience and excellence given the constant stream of stress and trauma impacting our communities?" In this session we will focus on this question. You'll also get to experience what it feels like to digest both the struggles within your organization AND the strength that supports your organization as we create a piece of music together. I look forward to seeing your courage and hearing your authentic voices.
PS: Don’t worry, you won’t have to sing!
When is the last time you hired someone? How did you determine they were the right one for the role? In this presentation we will explore components and qualities of building high performance teams and how to comprise existing teams for high performance outcomes.
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Both clinical and financial leaders have important roles in helping ensure the financial success of the organization. Financial leaders can help educate clinical staff about the interplay of payer sources, finances, and patient care services. Clinical leaders need to understand how relatedness and coverage decisions impact reimbursement in and payments out. Do you understand what a balance sheet is? What about an income statement? We will cover these in terms any leader can understand as you don’t need an MBA to understand the numbers. The challenge for most leaders is they never had it explained to them in a way where they can translate how their day to day actions impact those financial reporting tools. We will do that together and you will get an opportunity to put these new found skills to work in our simulation on Day 5. Let’s talk about these important topics so the organization can continue its mission.
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Working lunch determined by each team
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