Regent’s Message – September 2022

Regent’s Message – September 2022

As we reach the end of summer, I trust that you and your teams have taken time away from work to rest and recharge with friends and family.  As we transition to a new “steady state” phase of the pandemic with new CDC guidance , we continue to be faced with challenges...
Member Spotlight | Carla Stanley

Member Spotlight | Carla Stanley

Carla Stanley, HC,BSN,RN,FACHE,HCM-BC,NEA-BC Chief Nurse Executive with Cal Corrections Health Care Services. Carla Stanley was honored with a 2022 Service Award at this year’s CAHL Annual Meeting, held in August 2022.  Carla learned servant leadership at an early...
Celebration Meals as the Key Ingredient to Fostering Belonging and Equity

Celebration Meals as the Key Ingredient to Fostering Belonging and Equity

In 2019, I began a program to offer celebration meals for holidays and cultural events to celebrate diversity through food and to highlight different cuisines. Not only did this effort serve as a way to encourage inclusivity through observances, but it also provided a jovial means of educating staff members, patients, and partners on culturally or religiously significant days throughout the year.

Honk! Beep! Beep! A Note from the Chapter President – September 2022

Honk! Beep! Beep! A Note from the Chapter President – September 2022

In our CAHL service area, work commutes can range from 30 to 150 minutes. Since COVID-19, many of you have a commute from your kitchen to your office – 10 steps within your home. Regardless of the commute, we all have time to think and can decide to be stressed, calm, frazzled, or relaxed. When we encounter traffic delays, we can make a conscious choice to be mindful or not. We can be emotionally reactive, angry, frustrated, and stressed during our commute, or we can make a choice and be mindful, relaxed, patient, and calm. I encourage you to work on creating a mindful perspective with these ideas to consider during your commuting time: 

Regent’s Letter – March 2018

Regent’s Letter – March 2018

“Integrity is the essence of everything successful.” -R. Buckminster Fuller I am honored to offer this message written to complement this issue of the newsletter of our local ACHE chapter, the California Association of Healthcare Leaders (CAHL). But first, welcome to...
ACHE National News

ACHE National News

Updates on the 2018 premier Corporate Partners; an enhanced Executive Coaching Directory; ACHE Senior Executive Program; ACHE Executive Program; ACHE’s Leader-to-Leader Program; Board of Governors Exam Fee Waiver Campaign, ACHE member communities enhance membership experience; and more.

March 25, 2018 Congress Joint Networking Event

You are invited to join your ACHE colleagues across California for a joint networking reception with the California Association of Healthcare Leaders, Healthcare Executives of Southern California, and the San Diego Organization of Healthcare Leaders.

A Note from Your Chapter President

A Note from Your Chapter President

The December holidays are upon us, and for many this is a time of purposeful reflection – reflection on the past year, memorable experiences, losses, celebrations, renewed resilience, cherished traditions, or opportunities we look forward to in the new year ahead....

Leadership – A Military Medicine Necessity

By Maj Marc Rittberg, USAF, MSC Leadership is defined by Dictionary.com as “the position or function of a leader, a person who guides or directs a group.” There is a lot to be said about that statement. How does one measure leadership or account for leadership being...