Join us for this encore presentation by speaker Patty Sheridan who presented Lead Anytime, Anywhere: Your Leadership Edge at the WHIMA Virtual Annual Conference. Exercising leadership from any seat almost always requires individuals and groups to make a challenging adaptation if they want to make progress on initiatives important to them and their organization. Leading Anytime, Anywhere is about reframing leadership to think about leadership not as a role or person but as an activity. This interactive presentation discusses a different way of thinking about leadership that is purposeful and includes developing skills in four leadership competency areas. Discussing these competencies will help participants more clearly see their leadership edge and rather than be afraid of that edge embrace it to make progress on challenges important to them.
Did you miss her presentation at the Virtual Annual Conference? It is now available on demand for you to watch!
Session Level: Intermediate level
CEU: 1.0 – Organizational Management and Leadership
November 19, 2020
Patty Sheridan, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA
Patty T. Sheridan, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA, is a health information executive and leadership facilitator and coach. Patty helps organizations and individuals think about business strategy, leading change, managing self, succession planning, and adaptive organizational challenges. She applies Bowen Theory and adaptive leadership frameworks to liberate the human potential and build leadership capacity in teams and individuals.
Patty has held executive positions at Ciox Health, Care Communications, and AHIMA and is currently a faculty member for the Center for Family Consultation where she focuses on the application of Bowen Theory to leadership development.
She is a member of the AHIMA Foundation Board of Directors, and a member of the University of Pittsburgh School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences Health Information Management Undergraduate Advisory Committee. Patty is a Past Chair of AHIMA, NYHIMA and Resurrection University. Patty is a fellow of AHIMA and the recipient of AHIMA’s Distinguished Member Award and the Illinois Health Information Management Association’s Professional Achievement Award. She is a speaker and author on the topics of Bowen Theory; Adaptive Leadership; and health information management.