Progress through People: Planning For & Managing Times of Transition
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Talent is your organization’s most valuable asset. When key team members leave the organization or agencies re-organize, the changes can dramatically affect overall performance. The key to address such challenges is to plan ahead for workforce transitions by constantly cultivating talent throughout the ranks in home health, hospice, and private duty care.
Presenters will detail the industry’s expected “talent crisis”, including factors such as:
· rapid growth
· unexpected vacancies
· changing market dynamics
· agency integration
Participants will learn key strategies and the importance of:
· succession planning
· options for addressing a vacancy
· managing organizational growth
· retention strategies for success
Join us and gain a competitive edge for times of transition – whether planned or unexpected – in home-based care!
- Understand the realities of our current workforce crisis as related to transitions.
- Define what “Times of Transition” are.
- Develop proactive strategies to deal with vacancies in key roles.
- Learn how to position your organization to be ready for workforce issues (at any level).
- Identify resources available to providers when assistance is needed.
Wayne Regan – Director of Interim Management
Wayne joined Simione Healthcare Consultants in 2015. Wayne’s broad experience in operations, strategic planning, business development, and interim management includes roles all the way up to the C-Suite with some of the nation’s largest providers. His primary focus is overseeing Simione’s interim management services to assist post-acute organizations with leadership transitions that support strong business performance and strategic growth.
Eric Scharber – Principal
Eric is a Principal at Simione Healthcare Consultants, leading all talent acquisition and employee retention efforts for the home care and hospice industry through Exact Recruiting, a Simione talent solution. He oversees executive search and non-executive recruiting services, as well as all retention services including compensation analysis and employee satisfaction survey services. He is a regular speaker on the topics of Talent Acquisition and Retention, specific to the Home Care and Hospice industry.
This program will provide 1 contact hour to nurses, occupational therapists and speech therapists.
$49 HCAF Members
$98 Potential Members