September 26-28, 2017 - The Historic Gettysburg Hotel, Gettysburg, PA

Developing the meta-leadership skills executives need to build sustainable organizations in a time of transformation and collaboration.

The only event focused on building the transformational leadership skills health and human service executives need to collaborate, manage change, and maximize organizational performance

Part of The 2017 OPEN MINDS Executive Development Series — Nationally-recognized educational programs developed specifically to support the management needs of health and human service organizations serving complex consumers


Chronic Care Management • Disability Supports & Long-Term Care • Mental Health Services • Addiction Treatment • Social Services
Intellectual & Developmental Disability Supports • Child & Family Services • Juvenile Justice • Corrections Health Care

Experience Everything Historic Gettysburg Has To Offer!


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Whether you’re looking to learn more about the Civil War and the history of Gettysburg, tour the many local wineries, experience autumn apple picking in Adam’s County’s local orchards, or take time for a round of golf – you can find it all in historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

Visit our Gettysburg Activities page for more information on everything from museums and battlefield segway tours, to ghost tours and antique shops.

What does it take to be a successful leader in a complex market?

Today’s health and human service executives are facing a market focused on value and collaboration. They need to be adept at planning for and managing a continuum of services within integrated financing and service delivery models. They need to integrate health and human service organization business operations. They need to blend possibly divergent corporate cultures. They need to coordinate and develop a system of high quality and financially viable mutually dependent services.

To master these challenges, executive teams will need meta-leadership skills to thrive. Meta-leaders reach across organizations and sectors to build cross-cutting strategies. They exchange information, share resources, and coordinate systems and personnel. They use their influence and connections to guide a cooperative course of action. Being a meta-leader requires a unique mindset and skill set, and it requires building strong alliances with a diverse array of leaders.

The 2017 OPEN MINDS Executive Leadership Retreat is focused on developing the meta-leadership skills executives need to build sustainable organizations in a time of transformation and collaboration. This three-day retreat is an immersive leadership experience that will concentrate on strengthening transformational leadership and business management tools and developing the meta-leadership skills executive teams need to thrive.

 

Institute Overview

Participate In 20+ Sessions Led By Top Industry Thought Leaders

A. Robert Dunbar, MPA, M.Ed.

Senior Associate

OPEN MINDS

Monica E. Oss

Chief Executive Officer

OPEN MINDS

Joseph P. Naughton-Travers, Ed.M.

Senior Associate

OPEN MINDS

Terry G Fox

Licensed Battlefield Guide

Gettysburg

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