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June 4, 2019
8:30AM-4:30PM

2019 Leadership Summit

Driving Toward Workforce Solutions

The Conference Center at OCLC, 6600 Kilgour Place, Dublin, OH 43017

Leadership Summit
Driving Toward Workforce Solutions

Intended Audience:
CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, COOs, Executive Directors

 

Agenda
June 4

8:30 a.m.
Registration

9:00 a.m.
Welcome
Kathryn Brod, President/CEO, LeadingAge Ohio; Scott Collins, President/CEO, Link-age; Kent Anderson, Ohio's Hospice

9:05 a.m.
Connecting to Purpose

9:15 a.m. 
General Session: Succeeding at Workforce Innovation: Employee Engagement Model in Action
Traci Larson, RNC, LNHA
Vice President, Employee Experience and Human Resources, Presbyterian Homes and Services

The motto of Presbyterian Homes & Services (MN) is “creating smiles in the eyes of the people we serve”. The mission of this organization, the 4th largest non-profit aging services provider in the country, is to honor God by enriching the lives and touching the hearts of older adults. Hear how this organization recruits, retains and motivates its 6,500+ employees – year in, year out – to make a difference in the lives of the older adults they serve. A clue is that they prepare employees to have their hearts transformed as well!


10:15 a.m. Break

10:30 a.m.
General Session: A Day in the Life: Disruptive Change for Employee Engagement
James Vander Hulst, Chief Disruptive Officer, ERN® USA/ President & CEO, Michigan ERN®; Stephen MacDonald, Impact Manager, Lucas County Family Council

Equipping employees for success in our workplaces goes beyond ensuring their mastery of skills. The tools many employees need for success test the resources of our aging services employers and, in fact, are testing the resources across a cross-section of employers. Employer Resource Networks (ERN®) foster business engagement across a community in an innovation of human service resources and education to move employees toward success. As an ERN® USA member, Ohio ERN is partnering with LeadingAge Ohio to foster the growth of ERNs for its member organizations.

11:30 a.m. 
Exploring our Strengths


11:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. LUNCH

12:15 p.m. Luncheon Keynote
Caring Across Generations: The Juxtaposition of Poverty and Caregiving
Josephine Kalipeni, Director of Policy and Federal Affairs, Caring Across Generations

With an expertise in grassroots and faith organizing, consumer engagement and equity policy in health, education and international affairs, Ms. Kalepeni’s hands-on work in family crisis care management and social work has brought her face to face with the hardships of families navigating our nation’s fragmented care system. Attendees will hear her provocative thoughts regarding how our sector must change to attract and retain young workers and what she has seen as promising models for elevating the role of caring professionals and fostering caregiver-inclusive communities.

1:05 p.m.
Imagining an Ideal Future, Part I


1:10 p.m. Break

1:20 p.m.
General Session
Understanding the Cost of Poverty - Gain insights to support & retain your most critical asset - your
workforce

Marlo Fox
Executive Director, ThinkTank

CareSource Poverty Simulation, in partnership with ThinkTank. A facilitated simulation of the challenges of frontline caregivers.

Poverty encompasses more than a lack of financial resources. It affects the very core of many of our employees lives, causing challenges that make it difficult to thrive not only at work, but at home and in the community at large. This renowned poverty simulation experience will provide an opportunity for our LeadingAge Ohio member attendees to deepen their understanding of the breadth of challenges our employees face and then engage in dialogue on how best to bridge relationships across economic lines to ensure employees not only survive, but thrive.


3:05 p.m. Break

3:15 p.m. Concurrent Sessions

CEOs/CFOs/COOs

CEO Panel: Measurable Successes vs. Set-Backs
Scott Buchanan, CEO, Ohio Masonic Home; Michele Engelbach, CEO, Ohio Eastern Star Home; Kent Anderson, President/CEO, Ohio's Hospice

Learn from industry leaders as they gather to describe changes they have had to implement within their organizations to grow employee engagement. Hear of their successes and set-backs and what they had to overcome to move their organizations forward. Engage in dialogue with these leaders to determine what tactics will help your organization not only survive, but thrive.

Department Heads/Directors/Administrators

Looking into the Life of the STNA…From Research to Reality
Suzanne Viox, Executive Director, Link-age Connect; Kristen Collins, Director of Human Resources at Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber and Ohio Living Home Health & Hospice Greater Columbus; Amy Wagner, Chief Operating Officer at Ohio's Hospice; Serra Marshall, Administrator, Ohio Eastern Star Home

This session will dive deeper into the STNA's role from several perspectives. Based on research conducted by Link-age Connect, this session will explore the top line findings of the research and discover practical applications that an attendee can take-away to implement in their organization/community.

A panel of senior living providers facilitated by Ms. Viox will share their journey in creating an environment for this key role that not only retains them as an employee, but most importantly, engages and empowers them to thrive and provide more consistent, loving and empathetic care for your residents.

4:15 p.m.
Imagining an Ideal Future, Part II

4:25 p.m.  Interactive Closing Reflections
Kathryn Brod, President/CEO, LeadingAge Ohio; Scott Collins, President/CEO, Link-age

The day's goal – to provide tactical opportunities for leadership to engage more effectively and successfully within their organizations – will end with a time of wrap up.

4:30 p.m.  Adjourn

THANK YOU to our Leadership Summit Sponsor:

Linkage Solutions

 

Donate to the LeadingAge Ohio Foundation

The LeadingAge Ohio Foundation has multiple workforce initiatives underway as part of its 2019 focus.  Click the link below to check out these important initiatives and help support the Foundation's work.

LAO Foundation 2019 Workforce Initiatives

Two ways to help support the LeadingAge Ohio Foundation:

1. Sponsor a Table at the Leadership Summit: A $1,000 donation allows you to enjoy the day for you and seven additional registered attendees.  Sponsorship includes table signage that will highlight your organization and guaranteed seating together.  Sponsorship dollars go directly to the LeadingAge Ohio Foundation.  Choose to sponsor a table at the time you register online for the event OR mail a check payable to the LeadingAge Ohio Foundation and mark table sponsor.

2. Donate to the LeadingAge Ohio Foundation: Choose to make a tax-deductible charitable donation directly to the Foundation.  Donations can be made via check payable to the LeadingAge Ohio Foundation or online through the link below.  

CLICK HERE to donate online to the LeadingAge Ohio Foundation.

Additional Program and Hotel Room Reservation Information

Location:
Embassy Suites Columbus/Dublin
5100 Upper Metro Place
Dublin, OH 43017

Hotel Room Reservation: 
**Rooms available at $139 per night, plus tax. Please reserve your room by May 13, 2019.** 

Phone Reservation: Call 1-800-220-9219 and request the LAO group rate

Online Reservation: Book your group rate for LEADING AGE OHIO LEADERSHIP SUMMIT

2019 Leadership Summit Workforce

Two Easy Ways to Register

2019 Leadership Summit Cost

By Mail: DOWNLOAD THE FLYER and mail to:

LeadingAge Ohio
2233 North Bank Drive
Columbus, OH  43220

Online: CLICK HERE to register online.

Your registration will be complete upon receipt of this form and payment. All registrants will receive an email confirmation. If you do not receive a confirmation, please contact Corey Markham at (614) 545-9015 or cmarkham@leadingageohio.org.

Substitution and Cancellation Policy: Substitutions, in writing, are welcome at no additional cost.  Cancellations received by two calendar weeks prior to event date will be fully refunded. Cancellations received between 7 and 13 days prior to the event date will be refunded minus a $40 processing fee. No refunds will be issued 6 or fewer days prior to the event date.

 

Continuing Education Information

6.0 clock hours and 7.2 CPE hours will be awarded upon successful completion.

Criteria for successful completion: Attendance at entire event.

LeadingAge Ohio is an approved provider by the Board of Executives of Long Term Services and Supports. Core of knowledge subject area: Management and Leadership.

As stated in the Ohio Administrative Code 4723-9-05, education that has been approved by a board or an agency that regulates a health care profession in Ohio or another jurisdiction is an acceptable option to meet nursing continuing education requirements.

LeadingAge Ohio is an approved CPE Sponsor from the Accountancy Board of Ohio, CPE.379, expiration date: 8.31.2019.

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2019-06-04 08:30:00 2019-06-04 16:30:00 America/Detroit 2019 Leadership Summit Leadership SummitDriving Toward Workforce Solutions Intended Audience:CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, COOs, Executive Directors   AgendaJune 4 8:30 a.m. Registration9:00 a.m. WelcomeKathryn Brod, President/CEO, LeadingAge Ohio; Scott Collins, President/CEO, Link-age; Kent Anderson, Ohio's Hospice 9:05 a.m.Connecting to Purpose9:15 a.m. General Session: Succeeding at Workforce Innovation: Employee Engagement Model in ActionTraci Larson, RNC, LNHAVice President, Employee Experience and Human Resources, Presbyterian Homes and ServicesThe motto of Presbyterian Homes & Services (MN) is “creating smiles in the eyes of the people we serve”. The mission of this organization, the 4th largest non-profit aging services provider in the country, is to honor God by enriching the lives and touching the hearts of older adults. Hear how this organization recruits, retains and motivates its 6,500+ employees – year in, year out – to make a difference in the lives of the older adults they serve. A clue is that they prepare employees to have their hearts transformed as well! 10:15 a.m. Break10:30 a.m.General Session: A Day in the Life: Disruptive Change for Employee EngagementJames Vander Hulst, Chief Disruptive Officer, ERN® USA/ President & CEO, Michigan ERN®; Stephen MacDonald, Impact Manager, Lucas County Family Council Equipping employees for success in our workplaces goes beyond ensuring their mastery of skills. The tools many employees need for success test the resources of our aging services employers and, in fact, are testing the resources across a cross-section of employers. Employer Resource Networks (ERN®) foster business engagement across a community in an innovation of human service resources and education to move employees toward success. As an ERN® USA member, Ohio ERN is partnering with LeadingAge Ohio to foster the growth of ERNs for its member organizations. 11:30 a.m. Exploring our Strengths 11:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. LUNCH 12:15 p.m. Luncheon KeynoteCaring Across Generations: The Juxtaposition of Poverty and CaregivingJosephine Kalipeni, Director of Policy and Federal Affairs, Caring Across Generations With an expertise in grassroots and faith organizing, consumer engagement and equity policy in health, education and international affairs, Ms. Kalepeni’s hands-on work in family crisis care management and social work has brought her face to face with the hardships of families navigating our nation’s fragmented care system. Attendees will hear her provocative thoughts regarding how our sector must change to attract and retain young workers and what she has seen as promising models for elevating the role of caring professionals and fostering caregiver-inclusive communities. 1:05 p.m. Imagining an Ideal Future, Part I 1:10 p.m. Break 1:20 p.m.General SessionUnderstanding the Cost of Poverty - Gain insights to support & retain your most critical asset - yourworkforce Marlo FoxExecutive Director, ThinkTankCareSource Poverty Simulation, in partnership with ThinkTank. A facilitated simulation of the challenges of frontline caregivers.Poverty encompasses more than a lack of financial resources. It affects the very core of many of our employees lives, causing challenges that make it difficult to thrive not only at work, but at home and in the community at large. This renowned poverty simulation experience will provide an opportunity for our LeadingAge Ohio member attendees to deepen their understanding of the breadth of challenges our employees face and then engage in dialogue on how best to bridge relationships across economic lines to ensure employees not only survive, but thrive. 3:05 p.m. Break3:15 p.m. Concurrent Sessions CEOs/CFOs/COOs CEO Panel: Measurable Successes vs. Set-BacksScott Buchanan, CEO, Ohio Masonic Home; Michele Engelbach, CEO, Ohio Eastern Star Home; Kent Anderson, President/CEO, Ohio's HospiceLearn from industry leaders as they gather to describe changes they have had to implement within their organizations to grow employee engagement. Hear of their successes and set-backs and what they had to overcome to move their organizations forward. Engage in dialogue with these leaders to determine what tactics will help your organization not only survive, but thrive. Department Heads/Directors/Administrators Looking into the Life of the STNA…From Research to RealitySuzanne Viox, Executive Director, Link-age Connect; Kristen Collins, Director of Human Resources at Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber and Ohio Living Home Health & Hospice Greater Columbus; Amy Wagner, Chief Operating Officer at Ohio's Hospice; Serra Marshall, Administrator, Ohio Eastern Star Home This session will dive deeper into the STNA's role from several perspectives. Based on research conducted by Link-age Connect, this session will explore the top line findings of the research and discover practical applications that an attendee can take-away to implement in their organization/community.A panel of senior living providers facilitated by Ms. Viox will share their journey in creating an environment for this key role that not only retains them as an employee, but most importantly, engages and empowers them to thrive and provide more consistent, loving and empathetic care for your residents. 4:15 p.m.Imagining an Ideal Future, Part II 4:25 p.m.  Interactive Closing ReflectionsKathryn Brod, President/CEO, LeadingAge Ohio; Scott Collins, President/CEO, Link-ageThe day's goal – to provide tactical opportunities for leadership to engage more effectively and successfully within their organizations – will end with a time of wrap up. 4:30 p.m.  Adjourn THANK YOU to our Leadership Summit Sponsor:   Donate to the LeadingAge Ohio Foundation The LeadingAge Ohio Foundation has multiple workforce initiatives underway as part of its 2019 focus.  Click the link below to check out these important initiatives and help support the Foundation's work. LAO Foundation 2019 Workforce Initiatives Two ways to help support the LeadingAge Ohio Foundation: 1. Sponsor a Table at the Leadership Summit: A $1,000 donation allows you to enjoy the day for you and seven additional registered attendees.  Sponsorship includes table signage that will highlight your organization and guaranteed seating together.  Sponsorship dollars go directly to the LeadingAge Ohio Foundation.  Choose to sponsor a table at the time you register online for the event OR mail a check payable to the LeadingAge Ohio Foundation and mark table sponsor. 2. Donate to the LeadingAge Ohio Foundation: Choose to make a tax-deductible charitable donation directly to the Foundation.  Donations can be made via check payable to the LeadingAge Ohio Foundation or online through the link below.   CLICK HERE to donate online to the LeadingAge Ohio Foundation. Additional Program and Hotel Room Reservation Information Location:Embassy Suites Columbus/Dublin5100 Upper Metro PlaceDublin, OH 43017 Hotel Room Reservation: **Rooms available at $139 per night, plus tax. Please reserve your room by May 13, 2019.**  Phone Reservation: Call 1-800-220-9219 and request the LAO group rate Online Reservation: Book your group rate for LEADING AGE OHIO LEADERSHIP SUMMIT Two Easy Ways to Register By Mail: DOWNLOAD THE FLYER and mail to: LeadingAge Ohio2233 North Bank DriveColumbus, OH  43220 Online: CLICK HERE to register online. Your registration will be complete upon receipt of this form and payment. All registrants will receive an email confirmation. If you do not receive a confirmation, please contact Corey Markham at (614) 545-9015 or cmarkham@leadingageohio.org. Substitution and Cancellation Policy: Substitutions, in writing, are welcome at no additional cost.  Cancellations received by two calendar weeks prior to event date will be fully refunded. Cancellations received between 7 and 13 days prior to the event date will be refunded minus a $40 processing fee. No refunds will be issued 6 or fewer days prior to the event date.   Continuing Education Information 6.0 clock hours and 7.2 CPE hours will be awarded upon successful completion.Criteria for successful completion: Attendance at entire event.LeadingAge Ohio is an approved provider by the Board of Executives of Long Term Services and Supports. Core of knowledge subject area: Management and Leadership.As stated in the Ohio Administrative Code 4723-9-05, education that has been approved by a board or an agency that regulates a health care profession in Ohio or another jurisdiction is an acceptable option to meet nursing continuing education requirements.LeadingAge Ohio is an approved CPE Sponsor from the Accountancy Board of Ohio, CPE.379, expiration date: 8.31.2019. The Conference Center at OCLC, 6600 Kilgour Place, Dublin, OH 43017
Our national partner, LeadingAge, is an association of 6,000 not-for-profit organizations dedicated to expanding the world of possibilities for aging. Together, we advance policies, promote practices and conduct research that support, enable and empower people to live fully as they age.