The online event is the second in the series. Participants who have not attended the first session are welcome - there are no prerequisites.
As a follow up to our COVID 19 response event in April, we’re going to reconvene! We’ll share the results of this first session and delve into even more important topics.
Our initial session revealed the challenges of maintaining rapport in a virtual environment and the need to respond to the profound changes impacting our teams and companies.
Our ACMP PNW chapter is inviting our members to come together in collaborative session(s) to rapidly develop an action-oriented approach to address this evolving situation. Our focus is to help us create, as a community, tangible, actionable things we can say and do with our leaders. We believe that we are better together and that with our combined knowledge and experience in the art and science of change management, we can craft a meaningful go-forward strategy for us all.
Let’s gather in a facilitated co-creation session to:
- Develop our skills to lead change in a virtual environment effectively
- Build rapport even at a distance to gain the trust we need for our work
- Collaborate on our approach to being a coach, even when we don’t have this title
- Attendees will participate in a facilitated session to collaboratively asses the current situation and design an approach to practically address challenges our profession is facing
- Attendees will participate in co-creating a guidance document which will summarize the results of our working session(s)
- Attendees will participate in an all teach, all learn style session, contributing ideas and information to form a body of knowledge that we’ll share to our chapter membership
Mariana Tomas-Savage, Thought Leadership Team Director, ACMP PNW Board
In her 15 years of experience, Mariana specialized in supporting large healthcare initiatives and furthering organizational capacity for change. In her approach, she utilizes strong relationships combined with a passion for agility and strategic thinking. Mariana is also a Leadership and a Life Coach who inspires people to re-discover adaptability, resilience, and grit through accessing their inner resources of personal power, courage, and compassion. Mariana holds a Master’s degree in Organizational Psychology, and certifications for: ACMP CCMP, AIM methodology, Prosci Trainer, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, SAFe Agilist, Design Thinking, and Lean Portfolio Management.
Molly Angel, Strategic Initiatives Director, ACMP PNW Board
Molly is a change management expert with extensive experience in operations and project management specializing in the implementation of healthcare technology. She combines expertise in healthcare finance and strategic program planning with certification in human factors of change management capability. Working in many health care settings, she is effective and credible communicating with both line and leadership. Molly holds an MBA from Xavier University and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Miami University.
Keely Killpack, PhD, TLT Member
Dr. Killpack is also a founding member of ACMP global and the PNW Chapter’s Thought Leadership Team (TLT). For the past decade, Keely has been a featured speaker at events from Anchorage to San Francisco to Barcelona. A respected thought leader known for her innovative ideas, she brings a down-to-earth, humorous approach to engaging a crowd and provides audiences with tools and action items that translate into tangible results. Her change management best practices book: Change Rx for Healthcare: Your Prescription for Leading Change, is available on Amazon.
Donna Davis, TLT Member
Donna has over 15+ years in Change Management, Human Resources and Program Management driving strategic initiatives in roles that supported business operations and all aspects of the employee life cycle. She enjoys leveraging her creativity in leveraging her change management experience to support project roll out and increase user adoption. Donna has a Master of Education and a Bachelors in Communication from Western Washington University in addition to certifications in Change Management, Human Resources and Project Management . Donna joined the ACMP PNW Thought Leadership Team (TLT) in late 2019 and is excited to help support education efforts for the chapter.
Please note: The Zoom meeting link is included in the email confirmation you receive when you register for this event.
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