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  1. Transition to Triumph: Developing Future Leadership Mark Madden, Senior Vice President

  2. Discussion Topics • Situational Analysis • Evolving Role • I-Competencies • Intellectual • Interpersonal • Intensity • Integrity • Q & A

  3. Situational Analysis • 75% of healthcare leaders are planning to retire in the next 10 years • Healthcare CEO turnover highest of any industry • 20% CEO turnover in 2013 • Cost of leadership turnover = $50K to $1M Source: The Fiscal Times, ACHE, H&HN

  4. Shift in Leadership Attitudes Departmental management Functional accountability Departmental synthesis Influential leader Communicator Integrator Strategist

  5. I-Competencies • Intellectual • Interpersonal • Intensity • Integrity Management Psychology Group -Competencies created by Hodges L. Golson, Ph.D.

  6. Intellectual Competency Combination of a person’s unique mix of skills and abilities, and how well she or he uses them. People who make smart decisions and use their talents effectively are more successful over time than those who make bad decisions and/or squander their intellectual resources. 6

  7. Interpersonal Competency The key that unlocks the door of influence, enabling you to communicate the worth of your ideas. Includes general social and persuasive skills, social insight and intuition, and likeability and persuasiveness. 7

  8. Intensity Competency People with high intensity are active, not passive. They are driven by a need to get things doneand see results. With proper control and focus, people with high intensity will achieve at higher levels than those with only average levels of stamina and energy. 8

  9. Integrity Competency This is the cornerstone of building trust. Trust, along with expertise, are the two primary factors of credibility. This also includes general conscientiousness, disciplineand follow-through. 9

  10. Eric – please format like the other slides Establish The Brand • Your reputation • Your character • Your value, drive, bottom line • What are you really good/extraordinary at? • What are you known to produce? • What are your signature accomplishments? 10

  11. The Art of Selling Yourself Every day: • Serve • Give your all • Give back • Always do right • Keep learning • Sacrifice • Don’t start with the money • Adapt Source: You, Inc. The Art of Selling Yourself, by Harry Beckwith & Christine K. Clifford 11

  12. “Your Pursuit for success is a life long journey.”

  13. Thank You! Mark Madden, Senior Vice President mmadden@besmith.com 855.254.8261