It is important for women executives to acquire the necessary skills to excel professionally and move up the corporate ladder. With the right leadership style and attitude, women will be well-equipped for success and growth at different stages of their career. In this interactive workshop:
The employee benefits landscape is transforming, and advisers and their firms must evolve to remain relevant, maintain their independence, maximize profitability, and accelerate growth. During this workshop, attendees learn about a new NextGen benefits model to successfully grow your firm while helping employers drive down costs, enhance benefits, and improve employee outcomes.
For self-insured employers, captives are an effective solution to control rising health care costs. However, forming a captive requires robust planning and a thorough understanding of the inherent risks. In this interactive workshop, learn about the captives market and explore how to form captives that suit your organization's needs.
Radical innovation is a serendipitous result of many employees' learning from trial and error using simple rules. Any organization that does not change as fast as its environment faces extinction. This workshop demystifies how senior leaders can catalyze an organization to produce, not incremental, but radical improvement and innovation. Core to the workshop are foundational, simple rules that empower self-organized decision making. Attendees assess why methods that served organizations in the past will not serve them in the future - in fact debilitate them - and explore novel, science-backed approaches to leadership including:
Failure to identify the right partner can result in ineffective care delivery that provides minimal or no value. In this workshop, discuss novel employer-led direct contracting approaches that significantly reduce costs and ensure quality care.
Space is limited. This workshop ends at 4 pm.
In this case-based leadership masterclass, attendees discuss critical success factors that transform professionals into more effective leaders, who in turn distinguish their organizations as industry frontrunners. Understand pre-conditions for higher productivity and performance - more speed and lower cost-based on theory and practical examples.
83% of those who die by suicide have seen a health care provider in the year prior to their death; 40-50% have seen a primary care provider within one month of their death. Across health and behavioral health care settings, there are many opportunities to identify and provide effective care to those at risk for suicide, yet most providers never ask people about their risk, most health care systems are poorly prepared to care for people at risk, and most individuals at risk often go undetected. Suicide prevention must be seen as a core responsibility with a multilevel system view on suicide prevention, including those treating patients who misuse substances. This workshop will highlight Zero Suicide, an innovative and effective model by which health and behavioral health care organizations are changing organizational practices and providing improved care for patients at risk for suicide and overdose.
Actively build solutions to urban health issues in this workshop led by MIT Solve. By 2050, two-thirds of the world's population will reside in current and yet-to-be-built cities. New enterprises, technology, and innovation that address urban health risks are integral to designing, building, and retrofitting cities that make people of all ages and abilities healthier and happier. MIT's Solve is identifying the world's best startups with solutions to the challenge of creating healthy cities. Be part of the process and solution in this hands-on workshop that develops and tests ideas. Resulting ideas will be reviewed by thousands of innovators around the world.