“CODE HOPE FOR HEALTHCARE” from direct caregivers to suppliers

Fast change means opportunity. 

Are you taking advantage of leading edge changes? 

Are your leaders moving boldly and quickly enough?

We're at the tipping point of the 4th Industrial Revolution. In most countries, healthcare reimbursement changes are disruptive and provocative. The greatest need is a sense of empowerment - to know that one can navigate safely through change without markers and to move beyond fear to courageous action using a new compass instead of an outdated map.

    1    Trends in healthcare that make it urgent that we act now.

    2    What forward-leaning health care systems and leaders are doing to get ahead.

    3    Learn the new skills and mindsets healthcare leaders need.

    4    Learn to use the key ingredient in reducing turnover and increasing engagement scores.

In this high-energy interactive session, people learn the skills, and can begin to apply them before they leave the meeting. Through video clips, case studies, high impact stories and humor, Dr Janet leads people to a mindset of optimism and courage. One result is a rekindling of passion, and a remembering of the reason why we entered the field.

After many years in the trenches of health care as a Registered Nurse and Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Janet Lapp understands the health care culture and current reactions to change, and knows what needs to happen to lead health care into the future. Along with extensive experience in health care, Janet has over 25 years experience consulting with healthcare industries and organizations of all sizes around the world and has developed the performance expertise that engages and moves audiences.

Your connection with us was amazing. All our leaders felt empowered inspired and ready to be bold leaders!
— R. Schmale, Froedtert Health System
With almost clinical finesse, she creates trust and vulnerability by her down-to-earth engaging style, then exquisitely enter people’s hearts and souls to carry them to a place where they start to believe in themselves.
— A. Bunin, North Shore-LIJ Health System