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

Providing the leadership tools health and human service executives need to collaborate, manage change, and maximize organizational performance

The only program designed to provide leaders with the strategy insights, business tools, and personal resiliency they need to tackle the unique challenges of a changing health and human service market.


Mental Health Services • Chronic Care Management • Disability Supports & Long-Term Care • 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.

It’s a known fact… high-performing organizations invest in high-potential leaders. But, with the demands and time constraints placed on today’s health and human service leaders, it’s no surprise these investments come few and far between.

With that in mind, we invite you to invest in yourself and the future of your organization by joining 200 of your peers in historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania for The 2017 OPEN MINDS Executive Leadership Retreat.

The retreat is designed to strengthen the leadership skills executives need to build sustainable organizations in a time of change and collaboration. Historic Gettysburg serves as the backdrop for this immersive retreat, which is designed to develop current and emerging leaders who are prepared for the challenges of a changing health and human service field through our synthesis of five key areas of leadership development:

1. Meta-leadership skills to make “the deals” that create competitive advantage and sustainability

2. Transformational leadership skills for success with organizational change

3. Transactional leadership skills to ensure effective operations

4. Ethical leadership perspectives needed in serving vulnerable populations

5. Personal leadership development designed to build “executive athletes” who can withstand and thrive on the challenges ahead

This three-day event is an immersive leadership experience that will concentrate on strengthening the leadership skills and business management tools executive teams need to thrive in a shifting market. Don’t miss this inimitable retreat experience in historic Gettysburg for the opportunity to learn from other leaders, strengthen your leadership skills, and prepare for the personal demands of leadership!

Participate In 20+ Sessions Led By Top Industry Thought Leaders

Martha R. Temple

Senior Vice President, Behavioral Health Services

Optum

Nancy Thaler

Deputy Secretary for the Office of Developmental Programs

Pennsylvania Department of Human Services

Harold Holzer

Director

The Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute

Monica E. Oss

Chief Executive Officer

OPEN MINDS

Retreat Sponsors