Press Release

Press Release

 

 
Dr. Lunthita M. Duthely represented University of Phoenix at the recent International Leadership Association Conference in Palm Beach, FL.  She shared her expertise at two panel discussions and one presentation.  Thank you for your scholarly contributions!
 
 
 
 
Duthely, L. M., Migliore, L.A., Bottomley, K. S., Champion, A. M. (2018, October). The indispensable truth of yoga: Authentic leading and learning for inspiring performance.  Panel discussion presented at the International Leadership Association Conference, Palm Beach, FL.
 
Abstract
For centuries yoga has been intrinsically tied to self-leadership. Its popularity and tremendous growth attest to its effectiveness. VAE: Vision, Alignment, Execution combines yoga with a behavioral leadership process model to foster a powerful intellectual, physical, and emotional elixir capable of unleashing your full leader potential. Join the panel, including two certified yoga instructors, to discuss the type of yoga best suited for you and integrate it with VAE to develop your authentic and inspirational leadership style and enhance career opportunities. Leave renewed with fresh vision and resources to lead, learn, and inspire performance.
 
 
Duthely, L. M., Meineke, T.J. (2018, October). Overcoming Physician Burnout: A Culture of Conversation for Provider Wellbeing and Institutional Prosperity. Presentation presented at the International Leadership Association Conference, Palm Beach, FL.
 
Abstract
More than 50% of medical residents and doctors in the United States report burnout, adversely affecting the quality of patient care, health care costs, and personal practitioner mental health and wellness. Depression, alcohol, substance use, and suicide are linked to burnout. Healthcare leaders seek sustainable solutions that benefit the organization and the individuals within the organization. Solutions are predicated upon reengineering healthcare systems to calibrate and monitor the patient and provider experience. The purpose of this theoretical analysis is to evaluate the most current preventative and positive approaches that address physician burnout. Four recent trends will be presented.
 
 
 
Duthely, L.M., Moroccan, M.A., Samano, D., Wakefield, M.A. (2018, October). Extreme Weather Preparedness, Healthcare, and Equity in Vulnerable Populations: "Lead" No One Behind.  Panel discussion presented at the International Leadership Association Conference, Palm Beach, FL.
 
 
 
Abstract
Join this multinational panel of public health practitioners, physicians, and researchers. During this spirited discussion, the audience will be challenged to consider direct and indirect consequences of extreme weather conditions on the most vulnerable within their respective fields of practice. Through a public heath lens, learn, debate, and apply the “diagonal approach.” Consider how authentic team leadership can think “glocally,” maximize institutional outcomes, and minimize unintended effects, while applying equitable solutions that benefit all when preparing for extreme weather events.
 
 

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