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 Export to Your Calendar 11/2/2019 to 11/3/2019
When: Saturday & Sunday, November 2-3, 2019
8:00 AM - 5:00/5:30 PM
Where: APTANJ Headquarters
1100 US Highway 130
Robbinsville, New Jersey  08691
United States
Contact: (609) 208-0200


Online registration is available until: 11/2/2019
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LAMP Leadership 201: Advanced Leadership Development

The Catalyst for Leading Others (15.5 CEs)

 

Leadership doesn’t require a title.  You can lead up, down and across your team.  This program is for anyone interested in understanding himself or herself so that they can then develop skills to lead others.  Whether you are a student, early professional or seasoned/formal leader, this certificate program offers “a-ha” moments of personal and professional growth.  This program is designed for anyone in the healthcare field.  We have provided training to PT, PTA, OT, COTA, SLP, Physicians, Nurses, Human Resources, Coders, educators and others in the field. 

With rapid changes in the dynamics of the healthcare work environment, leadership is now more important than ever before.   In order to be a successful leader, you must be your own first follower.  By understanding your core values, personal mission and vision, you can ensure that you are leading others with authenticity.  Learning your default communication and conflict resolution styles, you can then understand how to meet others where they are.  Once you understand yourself, you can then seek to understand others and how to lead them.  

HPA the Catalyst offers the LAMP Institute of Leadership Certificate in Healthcare Leadership, which focuses on personal and professional growth is earned once you’ve completed the following elements of the program.  In each dynamic program there will be self-assessment tools utilized.  While there is didactic material, the learning style is primarily experiential.  Through lively discussion and activities, you will apply what you are learning.  

 

Course Objectives:

  • Identify and discuss personal characteristics of adaptive and transformational leaders;
  • Determine how to promote a shared vision that others will follow;
  • Recognize the importance of establishing relational and organizational trust;
  • Generate strategies to lead highly effective teams and foster followership;
  • Formulate a plan to lead others through change;
  • Develop effective negotiation strategies

 

*Must complete LAMP Leadership 101 to take LAMP Leadership 201.

 

PRESENTERS:

 

Debora L. Miller, PT, MBA, FACHE

Debora L. Miller, PT, MBA, FACHE is the Vice Dean of the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. As Vice Dean, she is responsible for strategic planning, master facilities planning and oversight of strategic initiatives for the School. In addition, she is an Associate Professor in the University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Physical Therapy Ms. Miller has been at the University of Pittsburgh since 2004. She taught extensively in the undergraduate Rehabilitation Science program, Master of Science Program and most extensively in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program in content areas related health policy, health care compliance and regulations, business ethics and risk management, leadership and management skills, practice management, and current issues in healthcare. Ms. Miller has nearly 20 years of experience in rehabilitation and healthcare leadership across the healthcare continuum, leadership development, and in healthcare corporate ethics and compliance program development and oversight in integrated healthcare systems.

Debora Miller has served the American Physical Therapy Association in leadership roles at all levels of the organization, including District, Chapter, HPA Section and national levels. Most recently she served four years on the Board of the Health Policy and Administration Section of the APTA; served as the LAMP Leadership Committee Chair for four years, and has been a member of the LAMP Institute for Leadership in Physical Therapy’s faculty since 2009. Ms. Miller was appointed to a two-year term on the APTA Leadership Development Committee in 2016-2018. Her commitment to leadership development extends beyond the classroom, work place and the LAMP Institute for Leadership in Physical Therapy. Debbie donates her honoraria to the PT Leadership Development Gift fund that she established in memory of her mother, Dorothy T. Lewis. This gift is given to a DPT student on an annual basis to support expenses associated with participation in the LAMP Institute for Leadership in Physical Therapy.

In addition to active membership and service in the APTA, HPA, PT professionals and students, she earned Fellow status (FACHE) with the American College of Healthcare Executives. She earned both her Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Science in physical therapy degrees from the University of Pittsburgh.

 

 

Beth Sarfaty, PT, MBA

Beth has been with Select Medical for over 21 years and has served in a variety of roles.  In her current role as VP of Rehabilitation Services in LTACH, she provides support, operational guidance and clinical teambuilding to the Rehab departments.  She also works with the hospital leadership team to foster strong communication and collaboration to promote a meaningful and productive work environment to cultivate relationships and hospital growth.

A graduate of Northeastern University in Boston MA with a BS in Physical Therapy and a MBA with a concentration of healthcare management from Regis University in Denver, CO, Beth also serves on the NJ State Board of Physical Therapy Examiners since Jan 2012.

 

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