Date: April 16, 2013
Time: 12-1 p.m. EDT

We know talent gaps are fast-approaching and the healthcare industry is no exception to the insurmountable list of industries that will soon be affected.

In Leadership in Healthcare: Essentials Values and Skills, Second Edition, Carson F. Dye suggests that it’s imperative for the healthcare industry to take action by investing resources and time into leadership programs to ensure that the “new generation of leaders will make the significant inroads and positive contributions needed for high-quality patient care and service to our communities.”

Attend this webinar and hear from two healthcare organizations who have invested in leadership training programs.

During the webinar, we’ll discuss:

  • Trials and tribulations of implementing a leadership training program
  • Success and program measurement
  • Business impact goals


Patrick Veroneau, M.S. In 2008, Patrick established Emery Leadership Group with the mission of helping corporations and healthcare organizations tap into the great human potential within their organizations. He has conducted numerous workshops on conflict management and leadership development for healthcare organizations such as Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and Maine Medical Center.  His Master of Science from Quinnipiac University (2013) is in Organizational Leadership.  He is also certified as a professional development coach through iPEC.

About the moderator

Barbara Monegan is the Director-Talent Management and Organization Development in the System Learning team at Christiana Care Health Systems. She is responsible for designing, developing and implementing system-wide programs and interventions to enhance employee engagement, talent development and retention, and leadership development. 

About the speakers

Ben Quintana is the Program Manager for Leadership Development at St. Luke’s Health System - Idaho’s largest health care provider and largest private employer - where he leads the development and execution of the organization’s leadership development strategy.