Rural Health Management 
Academy

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Leadership is essential to rural health

Rural communities depend on rural health for wellbeing where they live. The professional development of rural health managers and leaders is critical to accomplishing that. While there are a multitude of management and leadership training programs available, none of them are specific to rural health until now.

Leadership and management training offer a variety of benefits for individuals in supervisory roles within rural health organizations and organizations focused on rural health.

Rural health specific training helps enhance essential leadership skills, including communication, decision-making, and conflict resolution. It provides tools and strategies to effectively lead teams, fostering a positive and productive work environment.

Additionally, leadership and management training focus on self-awareness and emotional intelligence, contributing to better interpersonal relationships. Training equips rural health managers and leaders with the necessary skills to efficiently plan, organize, and delegate tasks, improving overall team efficiency.

Furthermore, leadership and management training can empower individuals to adapt to changing environments, stay innovative, and effectively navigate challenges.

Overall, these training programs contribute to the development of well-rounded and effective leaders and managers, positively impacting individual careers, organizational success and delivering quality healthcare to all people living in rural America.

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Introducing the Rural Health Management Academy

Management training for first-time managers working in rural health can offer several benefits. Here are the top 10:

1. Enhanced
Leadership Skills

Management training helps develop strong leadership skills, enabling first-time managers to guide and inspire their teams effectively.

2.  Improved 
Communication

Training emphasizes effective communication, crucial for managers to convey information clearly and build strong relationships.

3.  Conflict
Resolution

First-time managers learn valuable conflict resolution skills, essential for maintaining a harmonious work environment and addressing issues promptly.

4.  Team
Building

Management training equips managers with tools to build cohesive and motivated teams, fostering collaboration among healthcare professionals.

5.  Adaptability

Rural health environments may present unique challenges. Training helps managers develop adaptability and problem-solving skills to navigate diverse situations.

6.  Resource
Management

Effective use of limited resources is vital in rural health. Training teaches managers how to optimize resources, ensuring efficient healthcare delivery.

7.  Strategic
Planning

Managers gain skills in strategic planning, enabling them to set goals, create plans, and implement strategies that align with the specific needs of rural healthcare facilities.

8.  Patient Centered
Care

Management training emphasizes the importance of patient-centered care, ensuring that managers prioritize the well-being and satisfaction of patients in rural health settings.

9.  Regulatory
Compliance

Rural health facilities must adhere to various regulations. Training helps managers understand and navigate compliance requirements, reducing the risk of legal issues.

10.  Career
Advancement

Management training provides a foundation for career advancement. First-time managers who undergo training are better positioned for future leadership roles within the healthcare sector.

These benefits collectively contribute to the overall improvement of healthcare management in rural settings, positively impacting patient outcomes and staff satisfaction.

The Rural Health Management Academy (RHMA) is an 11-week training program that will assist new and first-time rural health managers become more effective leaders/managers to improve the viability of rural hospitals, clinics and communities by empowering them to create a culture of health and wellbeing.

NEXT PROGRAM COMMENCES 5 MAY 2024

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Empowering rural health leaders with enhanced management skills will assist them in becoming more effective leaders, a worthy and necessary cause.

The Learnings

The RHMA was created to deliver management training to current and emerging rural health managers with enhanced management skills.

The RHMA provides first-time and new rural health managers with greater depth in their management skills.

This is a self-guided 10-week program along with a kick-off webinar at the beginning and a celebratory webinar at the end.

The self-guided training with 10 modules is hosted on a password protected website.

Each week during this 10-week period, a new module will be released.

NEXT PROGRAM COMMENCES 5 MAY 2024

Participants will realize:

  • The differences between management and leadership.
  • Definition of management.
  • How to set expectations.
  • How to be a more effective communicator.
  • How to create an environment of trust.
  • Goal setting.
  • How to have opportunity conversations versus difficult conversations.
  • How to make difficult decisions.
  • How to effectively delegate.
  • How to influence organizational culture.

Successful completion of the program will require that participants pass a quiz after each training module.

What past participants say.

 

The Schedule

Week 1

Kick off webinar on Zoom, plus Module #1: 
Defining Management

Week 2

Module #2:
Setting Expectations

Week 3

Module #3:
Communicating with Clarity

Week 4

Module #4:
Listening

Week 5

Module #5:
Trust

Week 6

Module #6:
Goal Setting

Week 7

Module #7:
Difficult Conversations

Week 8

Module #8:
Decision Making

Week 9

Module #9:
Delegation

Week 10

Module #10:
Building a Culture of Connection

Week 11

Celebratory Webinar
via Zoom

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The Investment

All of this for only $197. 

NEXT PROGRAM COMMENCES APRIL 16TH 2024

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SPEAKING

Dr. Bill Auxier is a popular keynote speaker on rural health leadership with an engaging delivery. The leadership principles Bill addresses help rural health leaders understand their philosophical foundation of leadership which shapes everything they do as a leader. This provides greater clarity, greater confidence, and greater leadership effectiveness.

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