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2023 Governance Webinar Series
Wednesday, January 25, 2023, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST
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2023 Governance Webinar Series

This webinar series is designed for senior management teams and board members

January 25, February 8, March 1 and March 22
11:00am - 12:00pm

In collaboration with LeadingAge Virginia, we are pleased to announce the 2023 Governance Webinar Series. This webinar series is designed for senior management teams and board members and will dive into issues of which Board Members should be cognizant of while assisting the communities they support.

SPECIAL ADD ON!
LeadingAge Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maine & New Hampshire members are invited to engage in an hour long group discussion following each webinar. This will give attendees the opportunity to debrief from the session and share best practices and personal experiences.

Leading with Confidence Series Curriculum:

January 25, 2023
Secrets to a Highly Engaged Board
One of the fundamental responsibilities of boards is engagement – only through showing up and building relationships based on trust, respect and candor can we expect volunteers to make strategic decisions to further our missions. This session will include suggestions on how to cultivate and articulate a healthy board culture. Exceptional governance requires time and attention, and we will explore both staff and board responsibilities in building the best board possible.

Objectives:
• Walk away with concrete examples of how to build a healthy board culture
• Understand the competitive advantage a highly functioning board can give your organization

Speakers: Melissa Andrews, President & CEO, LeadingAge Virginia, and Keith Seeloff, Partner, FORVIS

February 8, 2023
The Future of Health Care Services and Consumer Preferences
To maintain relevance and long-term organizational sustainability, organizations must routinely evaluate their position in the marketplace, assess their operations and financial strength, and consider repositioning options and growth opportunities. A comprehensive life-cycle analysis of the product and services offered is critical to the strategic planning process. This session will evaluate the impact consumer preferences and shrinking utilization is having on long-term care and the broader senior living continuum especially with regard to Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS).

Objectives:
• Review consumer desires of long-term care services for the future
• Learn how HCBS will be impacted
• Understand the possible need to diversify income into HCBS or more levels of less intensive care models
• Hear what others are doing to adjust in a post-COVID world

Speakers: Greg Hensley, Senior VP, and Dana Wollschlager, Practice Leader & Partner, Plante Moran Living Forward, and Senior Options (speaker TBD)

March 1, 2023
Economic and Financial Trends for Decision Makers in Not-for-Profit Senior Living
This session will review how our volatile economy has affected senior housing and what senior housing will be financially grappling with in the foreseeable future.

Objectives:
• Understand the impact on senior housing from an economic and financial perspective
• Discuss the decisions that will need to be made, and the various methods to be incorporated by organizations and communities to sustain viability and growth
Speaker: Tom Bowden, VP, HJ Sims

March 22, 2023
Director & Officer Issues in Healthcare: What Every Board Member and Executive Should Know to Avoid Personal Liability
Knowledge of duties and protections for executives of organizations is critical in the highly regulated world of healthcare. This presentation examines the fiduciary duties that executives owe to their senior living organizations, and in some instances, to third parties. We will review what those duties mean, how they typically present themselves in managing organizations, and how directors and officers can properly exercise the duties they owe. The program will also review protections that are available to avoid personal liability

Objectives:
• Review duties of directors and officers
• Understand the decision-making process through the use of hypothetical gun policy and COVID policy case studies
• Explore protections for directors and officers in making business decisions to guard against personal risk

Speakers: Kevin Hroblak, Partner, and Jennifer Jackman, Partner, Whiteford Taylor & Preston

Series pricing: LeadingAge Connecticut members, subscribers and Board members: $150 per individual

Registration is a commitment to pay in full and the deadline to register is January 17th.

Registration is for one computer login access per webinar.

CEUs: This educational offering has been reviewed by the National Continuing Education Review Services (NCERS) of the National Association of Boards of Examiners of Long-Term Care Administrators (NAB) and approved for 6 clock hours and 6 participant hours. The approval number is: 20230112-6-A80843-DL. Issuing State: Virginia.

Please contact LeadingAge Connecticut at 203-678-4477 or [email protected] with any questions.