This intense eight-day course, taught by H Speakers Daniel Fleming, provides participants with hands-on experience learning and applying both the technical science and social science of lean. The technical science of lean focuses on learning and applying lean tools and techniques, while the social science aspect of it focuses on people and organizational development. Both are necessary for an effective lean implementation.
The 18th Annual Women Leaders in Healthcare conference promises to be one of the best MHA Education programs this year. Hear from the Studer Group on “Compassionomics: The Revolutionary Scientific Evidence That Caring Makes a Difference” and H Speakers own Debra Fine presenting “The Fine Art of Building Business Relationships and Expanding Networks: One Conversation at a Time”
Dr. Martin has a passion for building strong relationships with individuals, and creating an environment that promotes reflective dialogue and active learning to empower movement and growth. Read more about Ira.
Presenting w/Confidence: the B.O.S.S. Method
Speaking in front of an audience, or making a pitch or even running a meeting requires certain skills. Understanding those skills allows you to speak with more confidence and less anxiety. An audience is more likely to agree with you when you look confident. Jack uses a simple acronym to teach those skills.
Whether you're the most successful and popular person in your office or an unknown in your industry, networking plays a key role in your professional development. How can you make the most of networking opportunities? And what are some insights that have propelled others' careers?
Join us at the Boston College Club for an evening of learning top techniques and career skills from two of the best...Judith Bowman, founder and president of Protocol Consultants International and best-selling author, Candy O'Terry, Co-Founder of Boston Women in Media & Entertainment and host of The Story Behind Her Success podcast series.
The alarmingly high death rate from the opioid epidemic in Massachusetts has become our state’s number one public health crisis. In this webinar, you'll learn what Massachusetts has been doing to combat both the spigot problem and the treatment challenges of the opioid epidemic. We'll discuss the root causes of our current predicament; the first step in getting out of a hole is to stop digging. Next, we'll discuss addiction physiology and opioid substance use disorder treatment. Lastly, we'll cover concrete best practices, tools, and guidelines that you can take back to share with your colleagues.