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Change Management: Creating Equitable Community Health Centers

March 19 @ 9:00 am - 11:30 am


Change is hard, but constant, and even more so in our current environment. For decades, organizations have strived to “get it right,” but the truth is, two thirds of change initiatives fail. Creating impactful change is hard, and changing organizational culture is harder. This training intends to provide a road map to community health centers interested in bridging the gap between intentional and real change. It recognizes that any cultural change requires a movement that pushes through barriers, is informed, and recognizes the “why.”  Further, it will integrate Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) as opportunities to grow our self-awareness and emotional intelligence as critical components of change management.   

By the end of the session, attendees will be able to:  

  • Understand why people resist change, recognize roadblocks and navigate uncomfortable situations.   
  • Learn communications skills that improve team cohesion, allow for open discussion and facilitate the change process.  
  • Discover ways to overcome resistance and build confidence and comfort for effective implementation of new initiatives.   

Presented by Cheryl Pine, Independent Consultant.

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CCALAC Members and Affiliates Fee: $75

Non-member fee: $100

Instructor Biography:

Cheryl has three decades of leadership experience in the nonprofit sector, the last 10 years with FQHCs in California. Cheryl has an EMBA from the Drucker School of Management at Claremont Graduate University, a certificate in Nonprofit Management from Duke University, and is a Certified Lean Agent. Cheryl believes that providing an environment where the workforce feels valued, heard and supported enables employees to be better team members providing excellent services to patients. She believes that how we interact with our employees every day impacts how they go home to partner and parent. She speaks on related topics often including workforce engagement, change management, creating learning organizations, positive leadership, and personal, team and organizational resilience. Currently, Cheryl is working with clients on leading change, workplace wellbeing and clinic matters as a consultant. 


March 19
9:00 am - 11:30 am
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