Diving into a remote workforce has truly been something that a lot of leaders have had to tackle throughout 2020. This webinar will be geared towards those already managing remote staff and also those that are looking at sending some of their workforce home. Are you concerned with how to manage communication with your teams virtually? Do you want to know how to build a deeper trust with your employees or are you worried about the impact that remote working has on employee relationships? This webinar will help you gain insight from leaders who are currently leading a fully remote workforce and from those leading a blended workforce both remote and on site. These subject matter experts will touch on their experiences over the last several months both as new leaders to a remote workforce and as leaders who have been leading remote teams for a longer period of time. Bring your questions and pain points for the panel session.
We are all in this together!
Who Should Attend:
Leaders or those interested in becoming leaders in the future.
Turning the Unexpected into an Opportunity – HR Resources for Leading Remotely
Jessica Olson, RHIA
This session is divided into two parts. First you will hear from Jessica Olson as she discusses Turning the Unexpected into an Opportunity. 2020: A year of unexpected challenges has brought growth opportunities and a “life is too short” mindset. Jessica will be talking about transitioning from onsite work to becoming a fully remote team. During this transition, the team has gone through ups and downs. At the end of the day, they are a team that has grown together professionally and personally. Focus on the positives and you will be amazed at what you can accomplish!
The session will end with Mariah Nelson sharing HR Resources for Leading Remotely. Leadership looks different with a remote workforce. As more employees transition to working remote, leaders are being challenged to find new ways to onboard and engage employees, share feedback and manage productivity remotely. HR Resources for Leading Remotely will focus on HR resources and strategies for leaders who have a fully remote, or partially remote team that will help set you, and your team, up for success.
Managing a Hybrid Workforce – Mix of On Site and Remote
Annie Allard, Advocate Aurora Health
Wil Limp, MS, RHIA, CHTS, UW Health
During this session, Annie Allard and Wil Limp will present on managing a Hybrid workforce, including lessons learned, successes and failures.
Managing a Remote Workforce Resources and Q&A
Moderator: Ashley Zoelle, B.S., RHIT
Continue to hear from the panel of speakers as they share more resources/ knowledge and answer questions on managing a remote workforce in both a hybrid and fully remote environment.
October 29, 2020
3.0 – Organizational Management and Leadership
Mariah Nelson is the HR Consultant for the Revenue Cycle and Aurora Family Services groups for Advocate Aurora Health Care. Mariah graduated with a Human Resources and Management degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and has been with Advocate Aurora for 2.5 years. Prior to supporting the Revenue Cycle and Aurora Family Services groups, she supported the Aurora Medical Center in Kenosha and surrounding clinics as a HR Generalist.
Outside of her full-time job, Mariah enjoys reading, shopping, traveling and spending time with her family and friends.
Jessica Olson, RHIA
Advocate Aurora Health
Jessica Olson is the HIM Data Integrity Supervisor at Advocate Aurora Healthcare in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She originally started her HIM career as an HIM Clerk at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin for about a year and then did her Capstone at Children’s working with the HIM Data Integrity team. Soon after graduation, Jessica got a job at Advocate Aurora as a HIM Data Integrity Specialist. She was soon promoted to HIM Data Integrity Supervisor. The part about the job that Jessica enjoys the most is the problem solving and continuous learning, as well as, daily challenges and changing workflows. Every day is different which makes it fun and always keeps Jessica interested.
Advocate Aurora Health
Annie Allard is the Health Information Supervisor at Advocate Aurora Healthcare in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Annie’s goals and aspirations are to provide the best patient care possible, learn new ways to improve workflows as well as further develop her leadership skills.
She originally started her HIM career in New Hampshire as a Health Information Supervisor for an Ambulatory Clinic doing all the required tasks of HIM for about 10 years. Annie moved to Wisconsin 6 years ago and worked as an ROI Supervisor for about 5 years. For the past year, she has served in the role of the Supervisor of Clinical Scanning and Lab Data Entry. Annie enjoys trying new software and implementing them in current workflows. This process keeps Annie up at night trying to fit all the pieces together, something that her colleagues can probably relate to.
Wil Limp, MS, RHIA, CHTS
Wil Limp is a health information management & technology professional who enjoys mentoring staff as well as adult students to help them make the connection between their own personal past experiences and life-long learning in ways that help them advance their careers. Wil began his career in Health Information and Informatics Management as a clerk at Hilton Head Regional Hospital in Hilton Head, SC. He is currently the Program Director for the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point Health Information Management and Technology bachelor degree and the HIM Manager at UW Health where he oversees Release of Information, Health Information Exchange and Record Retrieval Management. Wil has previously served as HIM Director, Director of IT and Account Manager at facilities ranging from 71 – 650 beds.