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Welcome to Day 3 Of The EMS Leadership Summit

"Educators: 10X Results using Leadership Skills"

Featuring Julianne Stevenson

Founder Of Sterling Credentials

Julianne was in instructor long before she even recognized there was such a thing as a specific set of “leadership skills.” Learn how to improve your instructional results by recognizing, embracing, learning and using leadership concepts in your classroom.

A 2006 study concludes that of all the school factors contributing to student learning, leadership comes second only to the quality of teaching in its effect.

In this session, we'll explore the difference between management and leadership in the context of the classroom. We will also describe how employing the leadership skills relates to success in the classroom and share results.

"Using Data to Drive Recruitment 

           & Retention in EMS "

Featuring Scott Moore, Esq.
Founder of Newton 360 & of Moore EMS Consulting

EMS organizations have always used data in the formulation of EMS system design and delivery. System Status Management revolutionized the way EMS providers deployed assets to more efficiently deliver service.

The future of human resources is changing rapidly and HR leaders are finding that they need to focus on data analytics to meet organizational needs. This includes using personnel data to drive business decisions and mitigate the cost of employee turnover.

During this session we will provide an overview of how data and predictive analytics are changing the face of HR and providing meaningful results for employers. Additionally, we will provide a few unexpected data points that leaders can use to attract and keep their employees.

"Are you a round peg in
         a square hole? "

Featuring Duncan McConnell

Have you ever been in a position where you’ve felt like a round peg in a square hole? You’ve applied yourself in so many different ways to achieve the goal, outcomes and objectives, yet the response you get back for your hard work is completely dismissive?

Well if this sounds like an experience you’ve encountered, you’re not alone. And unfortunately, it is all too common in our EMS and Health Communities today. If you’re yet to experience this, hang on for the ride as it will challenge every aspect of your experience, abilities, and wellbeing in whatever position you find yourself in when it first comes your way.

Duncan has been working in the EMS and Healthcare sector for over 25 years now with roles starting off as a volunteer in mid 1990s right the way up to Senior Management and Director roles within Australian and Internationally. His experience spans government, military and non-government agencies, helping to develop and deliver transformational change across a globalised paramedicine network.

Duncan will be discussing what it is like to be a square peg in a round hole and the ways to identify it, work through it and come out the other side. Join him as he highlights the opportunities this can present and the issues that is can cause when left unchecked for both the individual and organisation. Change is hard, but often you need to make the first move, especially if everyone else around you is going in the wrong direction.

"A Balanced Approach to Living "

Featuring Rob Cook

Founder of unFIT  & Coach

Discover a balanced approach to living - Uncovering the beliefs, behaviors, blocks, and habits that stop you from creating a healthier lifestyle.

Nearly 8 in 10 adults (78%) say the coronavirus pandemic is a significant source of stress in their life. And, 2 in 3 adults (67%) say they have experienced increased stress over the course of the pandemic. Those adults are also the same leaders, team members and supporters actively working in the EMS Community. 

Learn to prioritize self-care that creates the culture and atmosphere needed for organizations to succeed.

"Where do we go from here? Discussing Next Steps after EMS "Wins" & how Communication is Key to Your Future Success "

Featuring A Panel Discussion

Mark Tenia

Alexia Jobson

Rob Lawrence

Efforts to advocate, innovate and inspire action have been in overdrive as organizations across the country have battled issues such as recruitment, retention, funding, and getting respective communities, elected officials, and stakeholders to understand the issues facing EMS.

In this Q&A session, we'll discuss some of the "wins" we've seen in EMS throughout the country and how communication will be key as we take the next steps to continue building on our successes on a local, state, and national level. Our objectives in this session:

1. How to advocate for your organization and EMS through effective communication

2. Innovative ways to communicate to the public (external), your staff (internal), and pitch to the media (local, national, trade publications)

3. Ways to inspire action whether it be the public, elected officials, or your employees

"Using & Creating Innovation to Drive Employee Engagement"

Featuring Shari Hughson, RN, BScN, MBA
Wayfound Chief Innovation & Operating Officer

Everyone is promoting apps and innovations that will ‘save’ our stressed and overwhelmed health care employees and system, but do they work?

As leaders, how do you decide what to spend your limited budget on? As well, every organization is being told to become more innovative and start solving the system problems, but what does this mean, and why do it?

This presentation will show you how innovation drives not only employee well-being but also engagement long term. Innovation can solve or harm an organization – make sure you know how to do it right!

Don't forget to visit the Wayfound Mental Health Group exhibit booth and enter to win our grand prize drawing for you and your EMS agency!

"How SCA Public Policy Can be THE Most Powerful Force in the Battle to Save Lives"

Featuring Richard A. Lazar
Founder of Readiness Systems

In the U.S., over 100,000 people a year experience sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) outside of medical and home settings. Nationally, despite decades of awareness initiatives, preventative programs, and treatment innovations, less than 6 percent of these people survive, a frightening number that hasn’t changed in 30 years.

Public policy advocacy with a new vision offers the promise of millions of people able and willing to perform CPR and use AEDs, and a cure for the AED shortage. Learn about a public policy roadmap that has the power to strengthen the chain of survival and meaningfully increase SCA survival rates.

Today’s AED laws weaken the chain of survival by effectively discouraging organizations from buying and placing AEDs and deterring would-be volunteer rescuers from helping SCA victims. AED laws do this by:

-- Failing to require the presence of AEDs at most workplace and community locations

-- Burdening AED owners with a myriad of silly and unhelpful AED program requirements that create legal liability risk while having no relationship to SCA response preparation or performance

-- Offering only very weak or non-existent Good Samaritan legal protections

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