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  • APCA, IPCA, OPCA, WACMHC and NWRPCA would like to invite you to a FREE webinar event

    Sustainable Employee Engagement: Improving Employee Engagement, Patient Satisfaction and Clinical Outcomes

    Presenter:

    Theresa Kinney

    Regional Director, BlessingWhite

    Date: Tuesday, March 28th, 2017

    Time: 11:00 AM AKDT 12:00 PM PDT

    1:00 PM MDT

    2:00 PM CDT

    3:00 PM EDT

    Length: 90 minutes Theresa Kinney

    Program Description: Sustainable Employee Engagement: Improving Employee Engagement, Patient Satisfaction and Clinical Outcomes Employee engagement is more than feel good event. It is more than having a best friend at work. It is possible for engagement to directly contribute to an organizations strategy and drive patient satisfaction which relates directly to business outcomes. Join Theresa Kinney as she discusses how BlessingWhites X Model of Employee Engagement provide a venue for every single individual, manager and senior executive in any organization to contribute to and drive business outcomes through managing their own engagement. Theresa will explore what engagement is, its relationship to patient care and our business, and how each one of us can contribute to creating a culture of engagement. Learning Objectives: Understand the relationship between contribution and satisfaction in employee engagement Self-assess where your engagement level is today ~ and where you want it to go Evaluate key drivers to engagement

    Registration Link: http://www.idahopca.org/e/in/eid=13

    Application for HRCI credits has been filed. Determination of credit is pending.

    Read Theresa Kinneys bio on the back side of this flyer

    http://www.idahopca.org/e/in/eid=13

  • Theresa Kinney

    Theresa considers herself one of the luckiest people on earth: she has an amazing family, and truly enjoys her work. As Regional Director, Pacific Northwest, Colorado and Western Canada, Theresa is passionate about helping people thrive in their work. Her role with BlessingWhite allows her to partner with organizations to help them operate in a performance-tuned work environment so they can successfully execute strategic initiatives that will shift their organizational performance.

    For over 18 years Theresa has served as a trusted advisor during key organizational transformations. Her areas of expertise include Employee Engagement, Leadership Development, Talent Management and Career Management. She regularly gives presentations on these topics to audiences interested in moving the needle on their learning performance.

    Before joining BlessingWhite, Theresa held leadership positions for a local financial institution and was both a senior consultant and VP of Business Development for a leading Outplacement firm.

    She holds two undergraduate degrees from the University of Washington and a Masters in Leadership Studies from City University Bellevue. She is active in the community. She is a past president of the Puget Sound ATD as well as a former Board of Director for the Lake Washington Human Resources Association.

    BlessingWhite, with offices around the world and its corporate headquarters in Hamilton Township, NJ, has trained more than 3 million individuals in 17 languages in leadership, performance management, employee engagement and strategy alignment. More than half of the Fortune 500 companies have used BlessingWhite to improve their performance.

    www.blessingwhite.com

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