Events & Opportunities

Provider Power Hour: Asserting Your Professional Presence in Today’s Virtual World

August 05, 2020 | 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

This is a free online engagement designed specifically for Komen Philadelphia's community health partners and other members of the healthcare industry.

REGISTER HERE NOW and invite your colleagues—then prepare for your "power hour" on August 5.

Join your peers in healthcare for a professionally guided session exploring the art and science of  establishing trust, building relationships and making powerful impressions in today's virtual communications environment.

Our session leader is one of the best in the field of professional impression and relationship management, and has successfully coached leaders in a number of large-scale industries including healthcare systems.

Karen Kaufman, MSOD
The Kaufman Partnership, Ltd
President and CEO;
Executive Coach, Consultant, Keynote Speaker;
Specialist, Impression and Relationship Management

 

The Provider Power Hour

Trust. It's the foundation of success for every manner of healthcare provider—whether your are treating patients, collaborating with colleagues, mentoring students or interacting with funders.

But now, the age-old methods of building trust are being challenged by everything from changing regulations to technology, and in-person communications is being replaced with digital interactions. So, how can healthcare workers not only do their jobs but embrace the new normal in order to establish and strengthen relationships and achieve their professional goals? 

Since the moment "COVID-19" became a staple in our vocabulary, Karen Kaufman and her team have focused on guiding professionals in a variety of industries toward solutions to these challenges. Karen's new seminar, Elevating Your Virtual Leadership Presence,™ has received rave reviews. She has enthusiastically adapted this program for our Provider Power Hour to specifically support members of  Komen Philadelphia's community health partner network.

During your time together, Karen will lead a discussion on the art and science of relationship-building and asserting your professional presence in today's virtual world. 

Your learning will include:

  • The most relevant factors in building trust in virtual and face-to-face environments 
  • How to maximize your effectiveness in digital communications settings
  • How to create a unique and dynamic virtual presence
  • Strategies and best practices for addressing the most pressing virtual challenges as defined by your peers

 

Register here to join us at no charge.
This is a free event intended for physicians, clinicians, medical residents and other professionals in our healthcare community 

  • Please share this event will colleagues.
  • This engagements will be  held online via the Zoom platform. Connect via desktop, laptop or smartphone.
  • Once you register  you will receive a link for joining your community for this discussion. Remember to add it to your calendar.

 

About Karen Kaufman, MSOD

Karen Kaufman co-founded The Kaufman Partnership with Donald Kaufman in 1985. Karen is an executive coach, consultant and keynote speaker specializing in executive presence. Using her company’s breakthrough methodology of Impression and Relationship Management, Karen creates an environment of trust and intimacy that supports clients in exploring and elevating their leadership capacity so that they can leverage their impact and produce extraordinary outcomes for their organizations.

Karen’s coaching focus on organizational dynamics, executive presence and communication, and organizational transformation has assisted executives and emerging leaders in prominent non-profit cultural organizations, healthcare systems, academic institutions, and professional and financial services firms.

Karen was named one of the 50 Best Women in Business for 2003 and has been quoted as a nationally recognized expert by the Wall Street Journal in articles including "How To Look And Act Like A Leader", "How to Read a Room," and "The Curse of the Endlessly Rescheduled Meeting."  She has contributed to books on communication, women in partnership, the impact of appearance, and nursing leadership.

She has been an active supporter of Komen Philadelphia for over a decade and actively supports a number of charitable and professional organizations to fulfill her commitment to serving the communities in which she lives. 

Karen holds an M.S. in Organizational Dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.S. in Business Administration from Philadelphia University. Read more.

 

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