Leadership Strategies in Times of Change: Leveraging CHRO Voices to Navigate and Lead the Changes Necessary for Successful Outcomes
CJ Flores

Virtual Think Tank Series

Leadership Strategies in Times of Change: Leveraging CHRO Voices to Navigate and Lead the Changes Necessary for Successful Outcomes

Thursday, July 9, 2020 • 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM (EDT)

Healthcare is at an inflection point. Now, more than ever, CHROs are in the driver’s seat to navigate and lead the changes necessary for successful outcomes – rebuilding trust, employee engagement, and a unified culture between a remote and onsite workforce. In order to thrive in the new normal, health systems will need to develop new leadership skills, management techniques, and performance management processes.

Join this invite-only discussion with CHROs from leading large health systems across the country to share your ideas and experiences, and gain insight into new strategies on:

  • What leadership skills will be critical for managers to thrive in the new normal of healthcare?
  • How can we scalably develop new skills in our leaders and deploy new best practices?
  • How can we measure in real-time to allow for efficient adoption and success?
CJ Floros
COO
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CJ Floros is a senior executive with over 20 years in leadership roles covering business /corporate development and finance. He is recognized as a visionary, who has successfully provided leadership to early stage and middle market companies resulting in building top and bottom-line growth from inception to exit.  His previous roles include as Chief Development Officer at APS where he successfully  developed an enterprise sales strategy which lead to hyper growth of 70% reoccurring revenue upon sale; Chief Development officer of ConnectEDU where he established new revenues streams that contributed over $7M in recurring revenues; CEO of Perrone Group; and CEO and Founder of APLUS.  He started his career as an Audit and Assurance Accountant at Deloitte.  CJ has a BS in Accounting and Finance from the Carroll School of Management at Boston College.

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