Held May 1-2, 2018, Sheraton Hotel, New Orleans, LA
Celebrating its 23rd Anniversary next year, Executive War College is a unique two-day program with a single objective: to help laboratory administrators and pathologists learn practical methods for improving the organizational performance and financial success of their laboratories. Each distinguished presenter at the Executive War College is a leader and innovator in the lab management field, bringing you sessions that reveal the total picture: the successes as well as the setbacks, and how their lab teams are coping with the virtual alphabet soup of new requirements by federal regulators and private health insurers. Networking opportunities at Executive War College are widely considered the best in the industry. Successful lab leaders consistently rate Executive War College as their “must attend” event. Add your email now, and receive timely updates!
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October 9-10, 2018 – Hyatt Regency Atlanta
Lab Quality Confab remains the only annual conference that provides lab administrators, managers, and quality team members access to a complete array of professional training in the methods of Lean, Six Sigma, process improvement, and quality management systems (QMS)—in addition to educational forums on the art and science of increasing the value of services that their labs can deliver to physicians, patients, and payers. Programs, information, and training are available for all lab team members at every level of knowledge and experience. Add your email now, and receive timely updates!
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Clinical Laboratory Managers Leadership Workshops
New Dates Coming Soon!
Are you ready to step up your management career! Do you want more responsibility and the extra income that comes with these promotions? If you answer YES!, then our special clinical laboratory managers training workshop is your perfect answer.
It’s management development and training tailored to the specific needs of managers working in clinical medical laboratories and pathology groups. Particularly great for laboratory scientists with technical degrees—including MT, CLS, MLT and similar laboratory sciences—as well as up-and-coming supervisors, managers, directors, and administrators. In each of four cities, the identical two-day workshop will be presented. Curriculum will address four basic areas of clinical laboratory management:
First, an overview of culture; how managers can shape and transform culture; along with proven tools to achieve these outcomes.
Second, team dynamics; how to identify leaders in your lab; specific techniques for engaging these emerging leaders; effective ways to achieve greater productivity and improve staff harmony and morale.
Third, essentials of coaching; creating coaches among your clinical laboratory’s most promising managers, how to unleash the power of coaching.
Fourth, the management and career development path, ranging from goal-setting and succession planning to sustaining the improved performance of your clinical laboratory managers.
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(FiLM) Held in January or February Annually – Austin Court Conference Centre, UK
This conference focuses on challenges and changes in the clinical laboratory industry. Topics include integrated diagnostics, reconfiguring services, patient safety, and Lean and Six Sigma in the laboratory. The conference provides an unparalleled professional and personal networking opportunity as presenters and delegates are among the UK laboratory industry’s most successful leaders today. For more information
Every October Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Executive Edge presents an unparalleled professional and personal networking opportunity as presenters and delegates are among the laboratory industry’s most successful leaders today. The conference is the premier source for up-to-date information on market trends, the latest innovations in clinical laboratory management, the application of new technologies and effective financial strategies. Each year speakers from across Canada and around the world come to share their experiences, presenting successes, setbacks, risks, and benefits of their pioneering projects, and studies they have undertaken, that impact laboratory management and operations. For more information