Upcoming Opportunities

LeadingAge Maine & New Hampshire offers professionals at all levels of your organization the opportunity to network and share ideas at seminars, workshops, peer groups, an annual conference, and through distance learning. Below is a listing of ongoing educational opportunities. Join us! 

2022 Governance Webinar Series II

January 13 & 27 and February 10 & 24

All sessions are 11:00am – 12:30pm

In collaboration with LeadingAge Virginia, we are pleased to
announce the 2022 Governance Webinar Series! This program
is designed for senior management teams and trustees and will
address today's most pressing governance topics.

 

$249 – Staff of Member Organizations

$149 – Trustees of Member Organizations

$699 - NEW! - Group Rate - unlimited logins [Registrant names not needed at the time of purchase; we will follow up to request your list.]

NAB CEUs Available!  This educational offering has been reviewed by the National Continuing Education Review Services (NCERS) of the National Association of Boards of Examiners of Long-Term Care Administrators (NAB) and approved for 6 clock hours and 6 participant hours.  The approval number is:  20230112-6-A80843-DL. Issuing State: Virginia. CEUs available only to verified registrants using their own unique login.

 

REGISTER by January 7th

 

Navigating Strategic Planning ~ January 13, 2022
This session will discuss the board’s role in Strategic Planning: what are the keys to ensuring a successful process and questions all boards should be asking in our new reality.


Presented by: Melissa Andrews, President & CEO, LeadingAge Virginia, and Dana Wollschlager, Practice Leaders & Partner, Plante Moran Living Forward

Strategic Planning Hot Topics ~ January 27, 2022
This session will address important topics to incorporate into Strategic Planning, such as your role in work force, living wages, future of nursing care, how culture drives operational outcomes, and technology categories that drive differentiation and add value.


Presented by: Melissa Andrews, President & CEO, LeadingAge Virginia, and Greg Hensley, Senior VP, Plante Moran Living Forward

Governance Through Transitions ~ February 10, 2022
In this dynamic time of change for nonprofit organizations, leadership and governing boards must ready themselves for leadership and landscape changes that will impact their organizations. The fast pace of change dictates that boards and leadership have ongoing frank conversations about succession planning, partnerships, organizational structure, and how best to work together.


Presented by: Tom Bowden, VP, HJ Sims, and Greg Hensley, Senior VP, Plante Moran Living Forward

Cultivating Diversity in Nonprofit Board Rooms ~ February 24, 2022
Diversity of expertise, experience and perspective on nonprofit boards can strengthen an organization’s ability to make good decisions and to plan for the future. Strategic work – including transparency, culture, and curiosity – to achieve diversity, equity, and inclusion is a renewed priority for organizations seeking sustainability and improved overall performance. This session will focus on the deep, critical, and intentional work that boards can take to develop a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive board that reflects the community served.


Presented by: Mary Kemper, President & CEO, United Methodist Assn. of Health & Welfare Ministries, Boris Henderson, Chief Strategy Officer, Aldersgate Life Plan Services, and Melinda Jordan Payne, Retired

 

REGISTER  by Friday, January 7th
 

Questions about the program? Contact Paula Ropelewski, Director, Education & Engagement, LeadingAge Virginia, at paula@leadingagevirginia.org or 804-925-2665

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Leading With Confidence Virtual Management Course
8 Sessions plus Bonus!

January 13 – March 10, 2022

9:30 am-11:30 am ET or 1:30 pm-3:30 pm ET

Investing in Managers Pays Dividends!
The main driver for employee retention is having a great boss. In fact, according to Gallup Management Research, 70% of an employee’s engagement is determined by their relationship with their direct supervisor.

Designed especially for managers working in aging services settings, Leading with Confidence offers clear, practical, and engaging skill-building over 8 sessions.

Click here for the course description.

Who Should Attend: This course is ideal for new managers, managers who’ve never received formal management training, and experienced managers who want to refine their skills. Leading With Confidence is offered via Zoom beginning on Thursday, January 13th and running every Thursday through March 3rd, plus an optional bonus session on March 10th. Two courses will run simultaneously: Sign up for either the Morning Cohort, 9:30 am-11:30 am ET, or the Afternoon Cohort, 1:30 pm-3:30 pm ET.