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in a Crisis”
As healthcare professionals, you already know your teams are great at being reactive - but how can they be thoughtfully reactive when they’re in the middle of a crisis?
Join us for a valuable hour of collaboration that will include a Q&A with our featured healthcare expert and opportunities to share with and hear from your peers.
Find out the tools other healthcare networks are using to:
- Support their frontline workers
- Keep their teams connected while working remotely
- Build team morale when times are tough
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Tracey is passionate about the correlation between genuine conversations and improved outcomes. Her role at Skagit Regional Health focuses on Leadership Development, Employee Engagement, and Change Management. Outside of work Tracey spends most of her time being made fun of (lovingly of course!) by her husband, and two teenagers. Her dog is still loyal to her though – which is why she gets extra treats!
Skagit Regional Health is a two-hospital, 24-clinic healthcare system located an hour north of Seattle, Washington.
Facilitator, dreamer, outdoor educator, tech CEO, dad. Spends a lot of time thinking about how to connect people. First founded a company teaching leadership and communication skills to kids. Then worked in facilitation. Now a CEO of a world-changing software company that empowers leaders to give everyone a voice and find common ground. Pretty proud of the previous sentence. Also attempts many well timed. Jokes.
Amy brings insight from past positions in both the public and private sectors. She joined the Thoughtexchange team because she’s passionate about working in an environment which strongly supports stakeholder engagement and is making a positive contribution to teams and communities across North America. Her background in communications, project management, and facilitation positively contribute to her customer’s experience. In her current role, she supports corporate leaders to effectively use Thoughtexchange in their organizations to support their unique strategic and organizational goals. In her off time, Amy is actively involved with the local trail building society and also volunteers for (and races) BMX. When not online, you will most likely find her outside - she does live at the base of a ski hill after all!