Leveraging Continuous Engagement with Purpose to Transform How We Manage Large Teams in Healthcare
CJ Flores

Virtual Think Tank Series

Leveraging Continuous Engagement with Purpose to Transform How We Manage Large Teams in Healthcare

Wednesday, October 21, 2020 • 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM (EDT)

Building and sustaining engaged teams has long been a continuous challenge given the spans of control in Acute care nursing.  Research consistently shows that there is a direct correlation between satisfied, engaged teams and patient care and safety. The outcome of achieving highly engaged teams is that they have the greatest impact on the key pillars of acute care: The best place to work, the best place to receive care, and the best place to practice.

In this interactive discussion, we will share:

  • Case study findings with sustainable impacts on productivity, engagement / satisfaction and retention
  • Some of the innovative and unique ways your peer CNOs at Boston Medical Center, UNC REX, Carle and other leading health systems are implementing systemic and sustainable best practices with their frontline leaders
  • How frontlines managers are gaining administrative productivity and repurposing that new found time for ongoing performance management of their teams


CJ Floros

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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