FNHMA is pleased to offer the following pre-conference workshop.The pre-conference workshop is not included in the conference activities. If you would like to attend this workshop, you must register and pay for it separately to the conference. Please click here to download the registration form to register for this pre-conference workshop.

Create High Performing and Positive Teams
Do you know the formula for high performing and positive teams?
2 + 2 = > 5
That’s right, two plus two equals more than five.

Effective teamwork is about people working together and realizing that their collective effort adds up to a lot more than the sum of their individual efforts.

One feature of high performing organizations is that they are based on high performing and positive teams that work together to accomplish the organization’s goals.

Even though we all recognize that high performing and positive teams are essential, it is easy to get bogged down in the day-to-day realities of running a health organization. Team members may under-perform or stir up conflict. Or maybe you are new to the position of manager or supervisor.

If any of this sounds familiar, join us and other health managers to explore how to lead teams that are more productive, more positive and more collaborative.

Led by professional facilitators, this one-day hands-on workshop, will help you:
• Understand how to support each team member;
• Encourage individual and team accountability;
• Manage conflict within your team;
• Identify ways of dealing with under-performing team members;
• Create a positive and productive team.

Based on leading models of team performance and using hands-on tools, you will explore effective approaches, assess your own organization, participate in activities, and bring home exercises that can be used to strengthen your teams.

Don’t miss this opportunity to work with your peers, and to learn how to guide your teams to be the best they can be. It is an 8-hour investment that will pay positive dividends for years!

Please click here to download the registration form to register for this pre-conference workshop.