A Note from the Chapter President - December 2022

7 Components of Leading High-Performing Teams

At a past leadership retreat with over 600 participants, we learned that communication is key and that we need to work together in teams to accomplish our goals. I’d like to share seven components in developing high performing teams and how CAHL is working to develop them.
Michael O'Connell

Celebrating Service

Gratitude & Giving Lead to Quadruple Wins

Laura Palmer, DHA, CMT, CLT, knows that a culture of health starts with service. As a member of the CAHL Volunteer Outreach and Member Recognition Committee, she shares her passion for volunteering this month and encourages all members to seek out opportunities to give back in 2023. In additional to CAHL, Laura also volunteers with: Sutter Health The Women’s Inclusion …
Laura Palmer

Give Back, Network, Learn ... and Progress Toward Your FACHE

Giving back is so important to our industry, it’s a formal component of the FACHE credential. Don’t forget to log your community and healthcare volunteer activities in your member profile.

Want to mentor new healthcare leaders? Create the events that convene our community? Passionate about healthcare diversity and equity? Our list of committees is here, and we'd love to have you. Please submit your volunteer commitment form to take advantage of new volunteer opportunities to develop crucial leadership skills. CAHL is ready to support you.

Focus on FACHE

Board of Governors Exam: Reflections from Connie Moss

In November 2022, Connie Moss, MBA, of San Francisco passed the Board of Governors exam to earn her FACHE, bringing another board-certified leader into the CAHL community. Connie is focused on optimizing patient experiences and shares below her thoughts on the FACHE credential's value in illustrating how various areas and roles within the healthcare ecosystem interconnect.
Connie Moss

Volunteer One-on-One

Seeking to Make a Difference? Mentor!

CAHL's mentor program continues to grow in popularity, with more mentors making themselves available every month. Mentees are matched with seasoned Mentors based on geographical location and their career goal interest, whenever possible. CAHL's Fall 2022 Formal Mentor program cohort comprised 46 Mentors and Mentees with a composition of recent graduate students, Managers, Directors, VPs, and CEOs.

The Mentor Program volunteers echo the statement, “The power of mentoring is invaluable,” so sign up today for this rewarding and enriching experience! Contact Samanta Lal, MS, RDH, Chair, Mentor Program, for more information, or click below.

Volunteer Spotlight

Kimberly Duangchai Lamountry

Kim Lamountry is finishing her B.S. in Public Health with an emphasis in Healthcare Administration at Cal State Sacramento. She currently serves as a member of the CAHL HEN committee is the Vice Chair of the CAHL Student council. She shares a recent "CAHL Moment" in this month's Spotlight.
Volunteer Spotlight | Kimberly Duangchai Lamountry

2022 HEN Scholarhip Winners

Undergraduate and Graduate Winners
Tehroop Notra
Husna Tayyab
CAHL Higher Education Network (HEN) is pleased to announce the 2022 HEN Scholarship Winners. Congratulations to Tehroop Notra and Husna Tayyab Shaik!

Upcoming Events

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Save the Dates for Free Third-Wednesday Virtual Leadership Networking: One-hour virtual networking is planned for the third Wednesdays of the month, from 5:30-6:30 PM. Each month plans to have at least 2 topics of interest to network on and a facilitator in each chat room. No registration fee will be required. Please note: December's event will be held the second Wednesday, Dec. 14.

Watch your email and the Events page throughout the month for additional opportunities to network and learn with CAHL.

Don't forget about ACHE national opportunities to learn and to earn Qualified Education credits. Check out the upcoming webinars here. Several are listed below.
VRMO Dec 14 Virtual Networking

Upcoming ACHE Webinars

A Conversation on ESG—Techniques for Implementing and Measuring Environmental, Social and Governance Strategies in Healthcare Institutions (Complimentary) —December 15, 2022

Warm Welcome to New CAHL members

Jaspinder Brar
Dewi L. Burton
Ken Burton
Sandyn Connolly, MHA
Christi DeLemos, MSN, APRN
Ash Gupta
Alexis McDowell
Rupy Sandhu
Fabrizio Saraceni
Danielle Schiano
Timothy Seay-Morrison, EdD
Alena M. Shelton
Jonathan Sherman
Peter Valenzuela, MD, MBA
Chung-Ih J. Chou
James S. Kakish, MBA

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