Series of Webinars Features Global Diversity and Psychology Leaders

An ongoing series of MHA webinars on leadership approaches is designed to Kim Blue, VP of People Experience Partners at Zoomassist with post-pandemic strategic planning.

In the webinar to be presented from noon to 1 p.m. June 3, Kim Blue, the global head of People Experience Partners at Zoom, will describe how to create and execute organizational diversity and inclusion strategies based on her experience with Zoom, ESPN and Microsoft. Whether she is consulting one-on-one or leading training for hundreds of people, Blue coaches people to step beyond the shore of diversity and really explore the ocean that is inclusion.

In a webinar offered from noon to 1 p.m. July 15,  Nicole Lipkin will describe how to lead through post-traumatic stress disNicole Lipkin, PSY.D., M.B.A.order following the height of the pandemic. Lipkin has worked with the American Academy of Osteopathic Surgeons and global companies like Honda and Visa. She will explore behaviors and practices that increase organizational and individual resilience and emotional sustainability.

By attending the webinar series, with sessions offered through August, participants may earn up to one American College of Healthcare Executives Qualified Education Hour per session toward initial certification or recertification of the Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives designation.

Members can register for single webinars for a fee of $50 each. A health system can register for an unlimited number of logins to a single webinar for a flat-rate fee of $200 or for an unlimited number of logins to all remaining webinars at a flat-rate fee of $750. A recording of the April 29 webinar on the use of technology following the COVID-19 pandemic, featuring Daniel Kraft, MD, is available through May 26 for participants in the session, as well as for systems that pay the $750 flat rate and individuals who pay $200 for all remaining sessions. Questions about the webinar series should be directed to Erin Steward at the MHA.