The following is intended for Health Professional Leadership Academy participants only.
The 2nd Annual Michigan Pharmacy Foundation (MPF) Leadership and Management Symposium will be held April 17, 2018. As a participant of the MPF Health Professional Leadership Academy (HPLA), this Symposium is one of your mandatory, live programs included with your Academy tuition. It will not only continue your development as a leader and manager
s in today’s healthcare environment, it will also give you an opportunity to interact with other professionals outside the Academy who desire to gain new tools to launch innovative practice ideas and develop team members.
Brenda Wagenknecht-Ivey, chief executive officer of PRAXIS Consulting, Inc. and HPLA facilitator, will kick-off the Symposium with a presentation titled “Foster a Coaching Culture...Enhance Coaching Skills: Tools to Maximize Your Effectiveness and Bring Out the Best in Others” in which she will discuss essentials for developing a coaching culture, identify ways to strengthen coaching skills and explain how you can develop and apply best practices to maximize effectiveness and bring out the best in your people.
Rounding out the Symposium are Deb Sopo, pharmacy manager at St. John Specialty Pharmacy, who will give you tips on how to be an effective meeting chairperson, including preparation, tactics to run the meeting and managed time to keep the meeting on track and accomplish meeting goals. Reuben Levinsohn, partner and financial advisor at Washington Avenue Advisors will discuss debt management strategies and investment vehicles that you as a pharmacy professional should consider as well as how to implement various estate and asset protection strategies to protect your valuable career assets and address potential tax strategies that could be implemented to benefit your department or business.
The MPF Leadership and Management Symposium will be held at Lansing Community College West Campus in Lansing from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Pharmacy professionals can earn 5.75 hours of continuing education. Register before April 12 to save on registration rates.
Individuals registering for this Symposium may also register for the MPA Pharmacy Law and Policy Symposium, occurring April 18! The Pharmacy Law and Policy Symposium is conveniently located at the same facility and provides 6.5 hours of continuing education for pharmacy professionals. For additional information about this event, go to http://www.michiganpharmacists.org/mpalawpol18.