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The "US" in TRUST: Academic and Clinical Faculty as Role Models

Oct 2, 2018

Session Objectives:  By the end of this session, participants will:
 
  1. Define trust integrating the Four Cores of Credibility as the basis of trust.
  2. Examine the need for trust for effectiveness in positions of influence. 
  3. Identify the link between trust and student performance.
  4. Discuss basic methods for improving trust in all relationships.
  5. Develop a plan to improve your personal credibility built on the results of a self-assessment tool discussed in the webinar.  
  6. And participating departments willWork as a cohesive unit to develop a plan for improving organizational trust that builds on the results of an organizational assessment.  
 
NOTE:  In order to earn CEU’s, individual participants will need to complete a post-course assessment that will address learning objectives 1-5.  Learning objective 6 is offered as an optional activity and participating units are encouraged to complete it as a part of their internal development activities.   

 

Session Description:

Academic and clinical faculty are leaders in the way we influence our students, colleagues, and the profession.  Trust is at the foundation of leadership impacting nearly all aspects of effectiveness at all levels of existence.  This session is about the concept of trust, its building blocks, and the examination of ourselves. It is also about our responsibility as role models of trust toward being the positive influences we wish to be to transform society.  The “us” in trust can do that! 
 
Speaker: Stacey Zeigler, PT, DPT, MS  

Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Geriatric Physical Therapy (GCS)
Certified Exercise Expert for Aging Adults (CEEAA)
   
Speaker Bio:
Dr. Stacey Zeigler is a self-proclaimed ‘leadership junkie’ whose mission is to inspire others to discover who they are, to become who they want to be, to do what they thought they couldn’t, and to influence the world for the better.  She is a national and international presenter on topics including practitioner and patient autonomy, health promotion for the older adult population, and leadership skills.  Stacey is a clinical professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at Clarkson University, is a faculty member for the Health Policy and Administration Section’s LAMP Leadership Institute, and she is the founder and owner of Fun in Aging Physical Therapy, her private practice which focuses on in-home wellness and fitness for older adults.  
 
Stacey earned her B.S. degree in Physical Therapy in 1994 from Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY.  She holds a Master of Science degree in Community Health Administration and Wellness Promotion, became a board certified geriatric clinical specialist in 2001, and completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Simmons College in January 2005. She has also been a very active member at the district, chapter, and national levels of our professional association and has been honored throughout her career with the Robert Salant Award for Clinical Research, the Dr. Marilyn Moffat Distinguished Service Award, the Outstanding Service Award to the HPA Section, and the LAMPlighter Award for excellence in leadership.  With 24 years of experience as a physical therapist, over half that time in formal leadership roles, and 15 years instructing physical therapist students, Stacey takes the most pride in the inspiration of others to be a positive influence on this world.
 

Date and time: November 1st, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. EST

Registration rates:

$20 for ACAPT institution members
$50 for non-ACAPT institution members
 

Registrants will receive a link and phone instructions to join the webinar a few days in advance of the session.   
 

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The "US" in TRUST: Academic and Clinical Faculty as Role Models

Oct 2, 2018

Session Objectives:  By the end of this session, participants will:
 
  1. Define trust integrating the Four Cores of Credibility as the basis of trust.
  2. Examine the need for trust for effectiveness in positions of influence. 
  3. Identify the link between trust and student performance.
  4. Discuss basic methods for improving trust in all relationships.
  5. Develop a plan to improve your personal credibility built on the results of a self-assessment tool discussed in the webinar.  
  6. And participating departments willWork as a cohesive unit to develop a plan for improving organizational trust that builds on the results of an organizational assessment.  
 
NOTE:  In order to earn CEU’s, individual participants will need to complete a post-course assessment that will address learning objectives 1-5.  Learning objective 6 is offered as an optional activity and participating units are encouraged to complete it as a part of their internal development activities.   

 

Session Description:

Academic and clinical faculty are leaders in the way we influence our students, colleagues, and the profession.  Trust is at the foundation of leadership impacting nearly all aspects of effectiveness at all levels of existence.  This session is about the concept of trust, its building blocks, and the examination of ourselves. It is also about our responsibility as role models of trust toward being the positive influences we wish to be to transform society.  The “us” in trust can do that! 
 
Speaker: Stacey Zeigler, PT, DPT, MS  

Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Geriatric Physical Therapy (GCS)
Certified Exercise Expert for Aging Adults (CEEAA)
   
Speaker Bio:
Dr. Stacey Zeigler is a self-proclaimed ‘leadership junkie’ whose mission is to inspire others to discover who they are, to become who they want to be, to do what they thought they couldn’t, and to influence the world for the better.  She is a national and international presenter on topics including practitioner and patient autonomy, health promotion for the older adult population, and leadership skills.  Stacey is a clinical professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at Clarkson University, is a faculty member for the Health Policy and Administration Section’s LAMP Leadership Institute, and she is the founder and owner of Fun in Aging Physical Therapy, her private practice which focuses on in-home wellness and fitness for older adults.  
 
Stacey earned her B.S. degree in Physical Therapy in 1994 from Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY.  She holds a Master of Science degree in Community Health Administration and Wellness Promotion, became a board certified geriatric clinical specialist in 2001, and completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Simmons College in January 2005. She has also been a very active member at the district, chapter, and national levels of our professional association and has been honored throughout her career with the Robert Salant Award for Clinical Research, the Dr. Marilyn Moffat Distinguished Service Award, the Outstanding Service Award to the HPA Section, and the LAMPlighter Award for excellence in leadership.  With 24 years of experience as a physical therapist, over half that time in formal leadership roles, and 15 years instructing physical therapist students, Stacey takes the most pride in the inspiration of others to be a positive influence on this world.
 

Date and time: November 1st, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. EST

Registration rates:

$20 for ACAPT institution members
$50 for non-ACAPT institution members
 
Registration linkhttps://iweb.apta.org/Conference/RegistrationProcessOverview.aspx?id=895 

Registrants will receive a link and phone instructions to join the webinar a few days in advance of the session.   
 

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