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Achieving Mindfulness at Work (2022). Resource Type: Micro-Learning. Description: This module is intended to provide basic information on being mindful and how it can impact satisfaction and productivity at work. In this lesson, learners will understand the reality and problem of partial attention, learn what mindfulness is, and how to apply it at work. Estimated Length: 10-12 minutes More Details...

Communicate Like a Leader (2021). Resource Type: Micro-Learning. Description: These micro-learning lessons explore strategies that will elevate one's communication to the next level. allowing for greater motivation, clarity, and sense of purpose. More Details...

Board Actions Combating Racism: Case Study of Lowell Community Health Center (2021). Resource Type: Micro-Learning. Description: This video case study highlights the board of Lowell Community Health Center, which passed a Board Resolution Declaring that Racism is a Public Health Crisis. In the video, board members discuss the Resolution and how the board is providing oversight of its implementation. Various discussion questions for boards are included at the end of the video, along with links to resources for additional learning. More Details...

6 Steps for Leading with Resiliency (2021). Resource Type: Micro-Learning . Description: This micro-learning course outlines six resilient leadership skills and how to use them, especially in times of crisis. It is designed to introduce strategies that will allow you to navigate your team through challenges and crises. More Details...

Telehealth Perspectives (2020). Resource Type: Micro-Learning. Description: Telehealth has created new opportunities for patients and clients to connect with providers in a way they prefer, enabling access to care when and where is it needed most, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic. This short video shows a variety of ways telehealth can continue to be a vital part of our healthcare system as we move forward. More Details...

Public Entity and Co-Applicant Boards: Roles & Responsibilites (2020). Resource Type: Micro-Learning . Description: This short video provides an overview of the roles and responsibilities of public entity co-applicant boards, as well as a discussion of compliance and good governance practices for boards. More Details...

The Board's Role in Strategic Planning: A Case Study of Cherokee Health Systems (2020). Resource Type: Micro-Learning. Description: This case study offers an overview of Cherokee Health Systems' strategic planning methodology from both the CEO and the Chief Strategy Officer's perspectives. It augments the other lessons in this series, providing a pragmatic example of strategic planning in action. More Details...

Applying Workplace Emotional Intelligence Tools: (2020). Resource Type: Micro-Learning. Description: This series of micro-learning videos examines ways in which leaders can both utilize and foster emotional intelligence in their employees by utilizing proven techniques. More Details...

Leading Curiosity, Creativity and Innovation (2020). Resource Type: Micro-Learning. Description: These micro-learning modules address how to create a culture ripe for creativity and innovation. It examines ways in which leaders can encourage creativity thinking and foster curiosity through exercises, brainstorming, mind mapping, and other proven techniques. More Details...

The Board's Role in Strategic Planning: Case Study (2020). Resource Type: Micro-Learning. Description: This case study offers an opportunity to apply concepts regarding strategic planning from the online module titled, “The Board’s Role Related to Strategic Planning.” More Details...

The Board's Role in Strategic Planning (2020). Resource Type: Micro-Learning. Description: Strategic planning is the board and management team’s attempt to create the health center’s future, achieve its vision, advance its mission, and exert some influence over an uncertain future. This short module identifies key components of a strategic planning process and discusses the role of the board in strategic planning. More Details...

Health Center Board Roles/Funciones de las juntas de los centros de salud (2020). Resource Type: Micro-Learning. Description: This short video from the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) provides an overview of the roles and responsibilities of health center boards. The video highlights where boards and board members can turn to for additional information on compliance with requirements from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Health Center Program and for good governance practices. More Details...

The Board's Role in the Needs Assessment (2020). Resource Type: Micro-Learning. Description: Each health center must undertake a community health needs assessment to understand critical needs in its community at least once every three years as required in the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Health Center Compliance Manual (Compliance Manual), Chapter 3: Needs Assessment. This short module outlines key components of a Needs Assessment and discusses the board’s role related to the Needs Assessment. More Details...

Telehealth Etiquette Video Series (2020). Resource Type: Micro-Learning. Description: In this series of videos, we will learn the difference between a bad, good, and even better telehealth consult. While some of these demonstrations may seem humorous or “over the top”, all are based on actual patient scenarios. As you watch, notice the difference between the Good, the Bad, and the downright Ugly. More Details...

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