Create an Environment that Inspires Collaboration
with featured speaker, Jason Horay, MS, CHES
Wednesday, October 27 | 2:00 PM-3:30 PM
One of the most important steps leaders can take towards intentional rebuilding for professional fulfillment is to get to know themselves. For that reason, participants will explore their character strengths and how to capitalize on their employees’ core strengths using the SEA (S – Spot/label the strength, E – Explain by giving a short rationale of the behavior you observed, A – Appreciate or recognize the value of the person for their strengths).
Through individual reflection alongside virtual group discussions, participants will reflect on their health and well-being, leadership style, the leader they want to be, and how to fill in the gaps. Participants will communicate workshop findings by completing a roadmap for leaders interested in building a collaborative culture that actively support employee well-being.
The group will engage in authentic discussions and a facilitated role play around the challenges of effective collaboration, learning how to foster safe and supportive relationships among leaders, colleagues and employees. Participants will also have an opportunity to network with fellow colleagues to share success stories and challenges focusing on collaboration and meaningful connections that drive well-being and build a thriving workplace.
- Identify the organizational foundations that foster collaboration and meaning in work.
- Understand your character strengths in order to maintain an adaptive leadership response in times of stress, adversity and change.
- Learn the benefits of collaboration in the workplace, including employee engagement and productivity.
- Develop an action plan to apply learnings in order to take steps toward intentional rebuilding for professional and organizational fulfillment
Jason Horay is the Manager of Health Strategy and Well-Being at Curi, a company committed to helping physicians in medicine, business, and life. In this role, he serves as Program Manager for the North Carolina Medical Society Employee Benefit Plan, where he partners with brokers, producers, and vendors in supporting nearly 500 medical practices and 11,000 covered healthcare professionals.
Jason has also held well-being leadership roles at Duke University, IBM, and Cisco Systems and is a graduate of Leadership North Carolina.
He continually strives towards the active pursuit of enabling healthcare leaders to discover true wellness and realize their full potential, and through this work, he was featured as a WELCOA Member Spotlight and voted as a Top 100 Health Promotion Professional.
Jason earned a bachelor’s degree in Sports Medicine from High Point University and a master’s degree in Health Promotion from Mississippi State University. He is a Certified Member of the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. (CHES) and teaches a variety of undergraduate and graduate health promotion and public health courses.
In his free time, Jason enjoys deep sea fishing, exercising, gardening, and spending time with his two teenage sons, Caden and Cole.
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