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Morehead Associates, Inc. Holds Annual Peer to Peer Conference(TM)
Date:3/25/2010

Michael Riordan, President and CEO of Greenville Hospital System to Keynote

Charlotte, NC (Vocus) March 25, 2010 -- Morehead Associates, Inc. is holding its Peer to Peer Conference™ April 15 and 16, 2010 in Charlotte, N.C. at The Ritz-Carlton. This conference is a chance for people to learn from their peers and share ideas. Registration may be completed online at www.moreheadassociates.com/p2p.

The keynote speaker is Michael Riordan, President and CEO of Greenville Hospital System. His presentation will be “Making Engagement a C-Suite Strategy.”

Other speakers and their topics are:

 
  • Shirley Righi, Director of Professional Educational Program, Scottsdale Healthcare, “Using Employee Survey Data to Achieve and Maintain Magnet Designation”
  • Ginny Burdick, Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Community Medical Centers, “Using Survey Results in Manager Talent Development”
  • Lauren Rykert, Senior Vice President, Human Resources, and Carole Hackett, Vice President, Human Resources, The Methodist Hospital System, “The Nine-Year Journey: Surveying and Cultural Improvement”
  • Lisa Zankman, Senior Vice President, Human Resources, and Joan Simpkins, Organizational Development Specialist, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, “Engaging Employees During Times of Crisis”
  • Debbie Stock, System Manager, OD, Provena Health, “Leadership Development: Using Morehead’s Analysis”
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