Start Date: 11/16/2022 9:00 AM CST
End Date: 11/16/2022 4:00 PM CST
Venue Name: St. Cloud State University Location:
720 4th Ave S
St. Cloud, MN United States 56301
Event Website: https://aaqep.org/workshops
Supporting continuous improvement is a foundational goal of the AAQEP system—not just for accreditation and accountability purposes but as part of an ongoing culture within each program. What practical applications can leaders implement to build a culture of continuous improvement?
This workshop will introduce ways to create and sustain a culture of continuous improvement among your stakeholders. After considering models for approaching change and how adults learn and adapt, we’ll discuss how leaders can steer their team around common challenges on both the individual and systems levels.
Learn how to use an implementation science framework in realistic applications to identify and adopt a culture of improvement, and explore the key leadership aspects that support collaborative processes. The workshop also includes modeling the lessons about implementation science in planning the AAQEP self-study and/or Annual Report.
This workshop explores concepts that are useful to AAQEP members and anyone looking to build and lead a culture of continuous improvement. This workshop is being hosted by St. Cloud State University and is open to anyone for registration. Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
$325 per person (AAQEP member); $375 per person (nonmember)
Continental breakfast and lunch are included in the price.
Group Discount: Institutions/organizations that register 6 or more individuals at one time receive a 20% discount.
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Cancellation requests made to email@example.com at least one week before the event start date will be issued a full refund minus a $20 processing fee.
Face masks are not required on campus and are optional in the workshop room.