San Francisco (SF)

Healthcare CEO Peer Group

2nd Wednesday of the month  |  8:30 – 11:30 am  |  San Francisco, CA


WEDNESDAY, June 9, 2021

Post-June 15th: Getting Back to Not-Quite-Normal

Remote Work, Amazon’s #1 New Release in Human Resources & Personnel Management, co-authored by our Featured Speaker (and ABL Member) Chris Dyer, is timely recognition that, after 15 months of employees WFH, office life after June 15, 2021, may still look very different than it did on 3/18/2020, when Governor Newsom announced California’s lockdown. Planning ahead: from 100% remote to hybrid work, the future is here.

During our Members’ Discussion we’ll look to hear examples of how – and if – you’re planning to bring your employees, formerly known as “office staff,” back to the office, or will many continue to WFH, or just come in a few days a week? And what processes have you put in place to assure maximum productivity? And what tools are you using to keep your employees connected?

Then our Featured Speaker Chris Dyer will share highlights from his book, based on lessons learned running over 100,000 virtual meetings – for his own virtual employees and with appreciative audiences around the globe. Chris will cover the finer points of:

  • Building a company culture that works for employees in an office, co-working spaces, or from wherever “home” is.
  • Practical strategies to keep any team connected, including several innovative types of specific meetings and workflows that are time tested and employee approved.
  • How to maintain organizational oversight when you can’t see your employees. And,
  • Leading your hybrid/remote workers with a strategy that engages employees, allowing them to perform to their full potential and improve business performance.

To maximize the value you and your firm derive from Chris’s insights, please invite the head of your HR team for Chris’s presentation (from 10:00-11:30). Just include in your RSVP who else we should expect at 10; the Members Only session, as usual, will begin at 8:30.

Besides being the co-author of Remote Work, Chris Dyer is the Founder and CEO of PeopleG2, which is named annually as a Top Place to Work and to the Inc. 5000 list of the nation’s Fastest-Growing Companies. Chris also understands the complex challenges inherent in talent management decisions and shares solutions to them in: his earlier best-seller, “The Power of Company Culture,” in his micro-learning “Remote Leadership” online course, and in his keynote speeches on culture, employee engagement, and going virtual.

Past Round Tables

  • Impact of the COVID Pandemic & Infodemic on FQHCs & Healthcare/Business Leadership
  • Getting Ready to Go Back to Work
  • The Bold New World of Telehealth
  • Getting Back to a New Normal
  • COPING with COVID and Help for Your Employees to Eat Better at Home
  • Writing Rx for Healthier Lifestyles
  • Shaping Healthier, Happier Lives
  • Enabling Technologies for ‘The Home Alone’
  • The Latest Trends in Value-Based Managed Care Contracting
  • Kaiser Permanente: Pushing the Digital Envelope
  • Meet Susan Ehrlich, MD, CEO, Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center
  • What Healthcare Leaders Can Do to Create a Cyber-Secure Organization
  • Meet Ed Heidig, Regional Director for U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services – Region 9
  • Understanding Single-Payer Health Systems Around the World
  • The ‘Disrupters’ Are Here: Are You Embracing or Ignoring Them? How?
  • Lessons from Marketing in Healthcare
  • Weaving a Stronger Social Safety Net for Infants to Seniors
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Upcoming Session Dates

Jun 9   Jul 14   Aug 11   Sep 8   Oct 13   Nov 10   Dec 8

Our San Francisco Healthcare Round Table meets on the 2nd  Wednesday of each month.  We have been meeting via ZOOM since April, and look forward to meeting again in person – once we can do so safely, hopefully early in the New Year.

Benefits of ABL

Members are able to stay abreast of industry trends that affect their business and keep ahead of the curve in their rapidly changing industry.  Connections made within the Round Tables – and throughout the  ABL Organization – further accelerate business growth, Members experience full value and a solid return on their investment of time and fees when attending Round Tables on a regular basis. .

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