AAHPM Leadership Forum Faculty and Navigators
Ignite Faculty - 2017
Lisa A. Bouchard, CPBA CPMA, presented "Utilizing DISC Behavioral Styles to Increase Leadership and Team Effectiveness in Palliative Care and Hospice Setting". Lisa is the president and owner of Data Dome Inc. She is a Certified Professional Behavioral Analyst who brings over 20 years of experience applying development tools and strategies to organizations. Her unique ability to relate at all levels of the organization, from the board room to the shop floor, has made her a change agent for clients in the consumer goods, banking, health care, restaurant franchise, manufacturing, financial services, pharmaceutical and telecommunications industries. Prior to her consulting work, she spent 13 years in sales management giving her a focus on real-world results that is uncommon in the training arena – she knows “where the rubber meets the road”. In addition to her activities as a consultant and trainer, Lisa is a founding board member of Journeys of Solutions, a nonprofit that focuses on infrastructure improvements, health care and educational needs in third world countries. She also enjoys traveling, kayaking, skiing, golfing and climbing mountains. Lisa is an energetic and dynamic trainer with the ability to lead participants to achieve beyond their current capability. Clients consistently say they received more value than they expected from the Data Dome programs. Her focus on instilling confidence in the individual and building trust within teams has led client after client to sustainable business growth.
Christina Rowe, MSOL, The Collaborative LLC, presented "Using StrengthsFinder Leadership Strategies to Increase the Performance of You and Your Team in Palliative Care and Hospice Settings". Christina is Gallup-Certified in Strength-based coaching for individuals, management, and teams. Holding a Master of Science in Organizational Leadership, which concentrated on successful organizational development, change, and culture, she helps teams know, communicate, and function together. Working with StrengthsFinder 2.0 empowers teams to understand the unique perspectives and skills of each team member, and creates a path to high performance and engagement. Highly engaged teams are more productive and report higher quality of life. Christina has worked with board of directors in many fields, as well as leaders in their industries from medical specialties, technology, construction, to creative production. Her love of working closely with leaders to create positive change and impactful cultures has taught her that anything can be achieved when you know the tools present on your team and how to apply them to challenges.
The leadership navigator serves as the small group's resource, catalyst, and facilitator during Ascend and one year post program. Navigators will work with a small group of up to eight participants throughout the 2-day program and one year following. Because navigators have considerable interaction with the participants, it is one of the most critical roles on the faculty team during the AAHPM Leadership Forum. Specific roles include
- modeling leadership behavior
- guiding group discussions by using scenarios to translate program content to a practical, transferrable context for the learners for immediate applicability to their own unique roles and practice settings
- challenging thinking and encouraging reflection and feedback.