Division of PharmacyProfessional Development
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN–MADISON
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Developed & Conducted by the Division of Pharmacy Professional Development, School of Pharmacy, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
This 1 and 1/2 day healthcare leadership short course was specially designed for busy healthcare professionals by Division of Pharmacy Professional Development and Mark Brouker of Brouker Leadership Solutions. Whether you are an experienced leader looking to sharpen your skills or aspiring to pursue a career in healthcare leadership, this course will give you practical, tangible skills to drive success. Drawing from his vast leadership experience in the United States Navy, Mark Brouker is an energetic and inspirational leadership coach who trains leaders to identify their strengths and leverage them to mentor and grow powerful teams.
Day one will include group exercises and discussions for leaders to identify their strengths and build a leadership toolkit. On the second half day leaders will work with coaches to create their own personalized leadership action plan. Every participant will leave with an actionable, achievable, measurable roadmap for success. Course schedule also includes a networking event for participants to meet and learn from other leaders in the healthcare industry.
Madison Marriott West
1313 John Q Hammonds Dr
Middleton, WI 53562
$475 after May 8, 2018
This course will help you to:
This short course is designed for physicians, pharmacists, nurses, administrators, and others in the healthcare industry who are or aspire to be leaders.
Erik Burns, MA, MBA, EdD
Division Chair, Assistant Dean of Outreach and Professional Development, School of Pharmacy, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Identifying Opportunity Within My Organization and Team
Attendees will break into small groups and discuss/answer the following 3 questions:
Each group will have 15 minutes to answer the statements. A representative from 4 to 5 groups will be selected to present to the larger group their top 3 answers. Lecture/group discussion to follow.
The Power of Leadership
Discuss the following data: Military (correlation between PTSD and quality of leadership), 2017 Gallup employee engagement survey, Porath et al (Georgetown University), Great Places to Work™, professional sports. Note consistently strong correlation between behaviors of the leader and team performance.
Identifying Powerful Leadership Behaviors
Attendees will break into small groups. Half of the groups will list behaviors of past/current leaders who created a culture of trust and inspired them to go above and beyond. These groups will choose their top 3 behaviors. The other groups will list behaviors of past/current leaders who created a culture of fear that crushed creativity. These groups will choose their top 3 behaviors. Four to five groups will be selected to present their lists to the larger group. Lecture/group discussion to follow.
Culture - The Leader's Role
Evaluate the leader’s vital role in creating a culture of trust. Ask: which leadership behaviors impact culture, and ultimately, the level of trust within a team? Discuss military and US Navy SEAL culture and applicability to healthcare leaders.
Interactive exercise: The power of body language. Group discussion to follow.
Role play: “The boss’s morning ritual…” Group discussion to follow.
Group discussion: Which interactions between leader and follower impact culture?
How do the Behaviors of the Leader Impact Performance?
Discuss the correlation between interactions – behaviors – culture – performance. Review the power of ‘caring’ on group culture and performance.
Lecture/group discussion/group activities
Present, analyze and discuss behaviors 1 thru 3 of highly effective leaders (use personal stories, examples and data from healthcare organizations, professional sports, corporate, military and academia, group exercises). Part 1.
Behavior #1 - Know your staff (1 to 1:25pm)
Behavior #2 – Be visible (1:25 to 1:55pm)
Behavior #3 – Always treat everyone with dignity and respect (1:55 to 2:25pm)
Lecture/group discussion/group activities
Present, analyze and discuss behaviors 4 thru 6 of highly effective leaders (use personal stories, examples and data from healthcare organizations, professional sports, corporate, military and academia, group exercises). Part 2.
Behavior #4 - Don’t ignore good or poor performance (2:45 to 3:15pm)
Behavior #5 – Optimism (3:15 to 3:45pm)
Behavior #6 – Continuously relearn the art of leadership (3:45 to 4:00pm)
Review of Day 1, Open Discussions, Skills for Application
Continental Breakfast/Check In
Introduction and Review of Day 1, Outline for Day 2
Speakers for day 2:
Erik Burns, MA, MBA, EdD
Brett Kelly, RPh
Building Your Toolbox: Assessment and Exercise #1
Learn how to recognize successful leadership styles
Building Your Toolbox: Assessment and Exercise #2
Learn how to choose leadership style appropriate for a situation
Building Your Toolbox: Assessment and Exercise #3
Acknowledge your own personal actions that marginalize your purpose as a leader
Establishing your Leadership Plan
Speaker: Erik Burns, MA, MBA, EdD
Mark E Brouker, Pharm.D, MBA, FACHE, BCPS
A dynamic speaker who has presented to a variety of audiences around the world, Dr. Brouker completed an illustrious naval career, serving in a vast array of leadership positions. He served as Chief Operating Officer at an overseas naval hospital and Chief Executive Officer at one of the largest naval hospitals worldwide. Dr. Brouker also served as Chief Operating Officer for Navy Medicine West, responsible for 10 hospitals spanning the West Coast to the Indian Ocean and healthcare for 800,000 patients. In this position he provided executive coaching and day to day mentoring for 10 CEOs. After transitioning from the military, Dr. Brouker worked at Bridgepoint Education as Divisional Vice President, Strategic Partnerships and as Senior Leadership Development Facilitator. Dr. Brouker currently teaches leadership studies at Chapman University.
In 2013 Dr. Brouker founded Brouker Leadership Solutions, a company dedicated and passionate about helping leaders succeed on their leadership journey. He is the recipient of numerous leadership awards and has presented over 100 leadership seminars to thousands of professionals throughout the United States, as well as in Australia, Argentina, Canada, Singapore, France, Germany, Hong Kong, and Spain. Dr. Brouker is also an executive coach at The Honor Foundation (THF), a non-profit organization that helps Special Operations Forces (SOF) military transition from the military environment to the corporate environment.
Dr. Brouker earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy from Northeastern University, an MBA from National University and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Rhode Island, which included studies at the University of Rennes in Rennes, France, and completion of a post-doctoral fellowship in Pharmacoeconomics. He is also a graduate of the Naval War College. Dr. Brouker is a board certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist (BCPS), as well as board certified in healthcare management as an American College of Healthcare Executive Fellow (FACHE). He is a certified to facilitator the following seminars: Situational Leadership, Insideout Coaching , DiSC, and Predictive Index.
Erik Burns, MA, MBA, EdD
Erik is the chair of the Division of Pharmacy Professional Development, as well as the Assistant Dean of Outreach and Professional Development at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy. His primary responsibilities are the development, implementation and evaluation of multi-format continuing education offerings for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and individuals in the pharmaceutical industry. His research interests include learner perceptions of educational value in relation to their careers and the use of technology in continuing distance education and professional development.
Brett Kelly, BS Pharm,MS
Kelly is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy and is a managed healthcare expert and faculty member within the Division of Pharmacy Professional Development.He also served as the Educational Co-Chairperson for the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) Midwest Region Affiliate Chapter and is currently the Wisconsin state delegate to the five state chapter.
Brett also provides consulting services related to value assessments, market strategy and healthcare markets training. He is currently conducting evidence-based pharmacy and therapeutics training for health systems and pharmaceutical companies as well as healthcare negotiations training. Additionally, he provides Medical Science Liaison skills assessments and training in this growing profession field. Kelly brings an extensive background in a number of market sectors to include Department of Defense & Department of Veteran Affairs, commercial markets, Medicare Part D, Managed Medicaid and Healthcare Exchanges. He has supported payers through pharmacy benefit management, formulary management, contract negotiations and specialty pharmacy management.
Prior to leaving active duty service, Brett Kelly served as an executive pharmacy leader within the Department of Defense (DOD) holding a number of key positions. These included formulary and pharmacy benefit management as the Director of the DOD Pharmacoeconomic Center as well as a technical expert on government contracting, oversight and management. Kelly also served as a member of Joint DOD/VA Steering Committee and a non-voting representative to the VA National Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee.
He holds a Master’s degree in Pharmacy Administrations from the University of Texas and a Masters in Information Technology Management from University of Maryland-University College. Kelly earned his Pharmacy degree from the University of Iowa. He has also completed a general practice residency in San Francisco and a Managed Care Fellowship at PCS Inc. (now CVS Caremark).
In support of improving patient care, the University of Wisconsin–Madison ICEP is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.
CREDIT DESIGNATION STATEMENTS
Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE)
8.0 hours of knowledge-based CE credit can be earned by successfully completing this activity. CE credit information, based on verification of live attendance and completion of the program assessment and evaluation, will be submitted to NABP within 60 days after the activity completion.
UAN# JA0000358-0000-18-013-L04-P (8.0 hours)
A block of rooms is available at the Marriott Madison West.
Event name: Leadership Conference UW School of Pharmacy Professional Development
Erik Burns, MBA, EdD
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