Lake Superior QIN is pleased to offer Leadership and Organizing in Action (LOA) training to our partners who want to be at the forefront of change to improve health and health care in Minnesota.
LOA is a community organizing initiative developed by ReThink Health. At this day-long workshop, you will learn how to exercise leadership to engage others in population health and quality improvement. You will understand how to organize and mobilize partners and stakeholders who have an interest in defining a shared vision and action plan to strengthen collaboration and create health together.
Community members who are leading change to improve health.
The workshop will cover the following essential leadership practices that are proven to engage and activate communities for change:
- Develop a compelling call to action
- Identify partners, assets, and power to leverage strengths and develop a relational strategy and tactics
- Foster collective decision making about goals and interdependent strategy development
- Create accountability structures and facilitate action – move from talking about issues to taking intentional and measurable action to solve problems.
This is an interactive, highly participatory experience that will involve quiet reflection, skills practice in small groups, and dynamic plenary discussions. You will get to know your fellow participants and leave with practical tools and ideas that can be immediately applied.
Due to funder contract requirements, we are unable to include complimentary food at this event. However, when registering you may pre-order and purchase your own lunch through D.Brian’s deli, located adjacent to the training site.
- Visit the registration page.
- Enter the information as prompted.
- You will receive a confirmation email.
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For questions, contact Janelle Shearer, 952-853-8553, email@example.com.
Continuing Education Information
Attendees will receive a certificate of attendance following completion of the workshop. Attendees are responsible for determining if this program meets the criteria for licensure or recertification for their discipline.