Eighteen staff members completed the first session of the Bay Aging Leadership Institute, according to Bay Aging President and CEO Kathy Vesley.
“Graduates have demonstrated incredible growth and confidence which will help lead the Board of Directors’ vision to build a comprehensive, integrated care system to support people to live in their homes and communities for as long as possible,” Vesley said. “Among the strategies to improve health outcomes for all consumers, we need staff who are well trained and leaders who are developed across the entire Bay Aging continuum.”
Starting last January, the newly developed Leadership Institute welcomed the first class of students representing every division and service in Bay Aging. Lessons were based on John Maxwell’s curriculum, “Learning the 21 Indispensable Qualities of a Leader.” The class began in person and converted to Zoom by mid-March because of the pandemic.
Graduation was held on Dec. 16, 2020. The second group of studen...
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