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AIM Leadership In Action Conference 2016
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AIM Leadership In Action Conference 

Chaparral Suites Scottsdale, AZ

February 17-19, 2016

 This event was made possible through a Merck educational grant 

  Event Archive: New Orleans, 2015 

The Conference Program is available here

Opening Plenary: Leadership Stories
This session will explore various leadership behaviors observed and gained through experience and modeling these behaviors to achieve success.

Representative Debbie McCune Davis, Arizona
Melinda Wharton, MD Director, Immunization Services Division, CDC/NCIRD (Presentation)

Bull’s-Eye Award Presentations
The winners of the 2015 AIM Bull’s-Eye Award will present innovative strategies that “hit their mark,” achieving goals and increasing awareness by encouraging replication in other programs.

Michigan: Implementation of Michigan’s College and University Flu Vaccination Challenge to Raise Young Adult Flu Immunization Rates (Presentation)
New York City: Use of Social Media to Promote Awareness During a Mumps Outbreak in New York City (Presentation)
Colorado: No Pain, No Gain: Using Quality Improvement Processes to Improve Onboarding Efficiency (Presentation)

Leadership Development Training: Organizing Your Team for Success

This session will explore leadership principles such as how to build a team culture, making optimal role assignments, and how to sustain motivation.
(Presentation) (Learning Module)

Debra M. Fish, Psy.D.
Fish Executive Leadership Group, LLC

Leadership Development Training: Navigating the Fogg [Method]: Demystifying Behavior Change
This workshop will provide an overview of the Fogg Method of behavior design. More specifically, this session will teach practical skills program managers can use immediately to build leadership competence and simple, effective ways to create tiny habits. Participants will be randomly divided into breakout groups to complete a series of exercises with their peers.

(No presentation slides were used) (Learning Module)
Jill B. Roark, MPH
Adolescent Immunization Communications, NCIRD, CDC
Judith Weiner, PhD
Health Research Analyst (contractor), NCIRD, CDC

Leadership Development Training: How to Manage Impossible Situations...and People: Insights from a Psychologist
This session will review how to maintain an effective program despite obstacles and how to manage yourself so that you can enjoy your role. Guided conversations will include some of the thorniest problems managers face.

Debra M. Fish, Psy.D.
Fish Executive Leadership Group, LLC

Leadership Development Training: Presentation Skills for Leaders
This session will focus on topics such as: how to research, write and develop dynamic presentations; what constitutes an effective professional presentation—getting your message across; how to deal with speaker’s anxiety or public speaking fear. The session will also address persuasive speaking: using presentation and sensory aids to give your presentation more impact, effective openings and closings, and speech delivery elements and techniques to bring presentations and speeches to life.
(Learning Modules)

Janice Ward, MA
Ward Communications Consulting, LLC

Leadership Development Training: Learning Agility
The session introduces the five elements of agile learning: Self-Awareness, Mental Agility, People Agility, Change Agility, and Results Agility.

Diane Thielfoldt
Learning Strategist & Co-Founder of The Learning Café

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