KSB Annual Meetings – What Do You Want To Discuss?

A highlight of the year is our Annual Employee Meetings held at The Historic Dixon Theater.  Those meetings will be held on February 7th and 8th, with a 3:30 presentation on Wednesday followed by 8:00 AM and 1:00 PM on Thursday.

For those of you that attended the 2017 meeting, Richard Corder was our guest speaker.  Mr. Corder is coming back to the stage in February to connect employee engagement with patient engagement.  Here is a bio on Richard:

Richard is an operations leader with over 25 years of hands-on experience. A former hotel executive, Richard weaves his passion for service with a deeply held belief that improvement is achieved through accountability.

A respected leader, Richard combines his love for operations with his experience managing, mentoring, and coaching others to achieve safer, better healthcare. His operational roles have included at academic and community hospitals as well as senior level leadership positions in luxury hotels. Prior roles have included vice president of operations, chief operating officer and senior director of service excellence.

Immediately prior to joining Wellesley Partners in 2016, Richard was Assistant Vice President for CRICO Strategies, a division of CRICO/RMF, the risk management and patient safety organization affiliated with the Harvard Medical School institutions.

This meeting is specifically for the KSB Family.  What do you want to hear?  Please leave a comment and I will do my best to work the content into the meetings.

I am looking forward to our time together!

5 Comments
  • Camery Peterson
    Posted at 09:59h, 23 January Reply

    Could someone briefly talk and review KSB’s organization tree? There have been changes and there are probably a lot of people not aware of the changes and it would be nice to have a quick bit about it.

  • menchu
    Posted at 11:04h, 23 January Reply

    How about employee retention specially nurses and cnas?

  • Melanie Cain
    Posted at 13:24h, 23 January Reply

    I second Camery’s suggestion. I agree that the changes seem to be frequent and it can be hard to keep track.

  • Deb Ohlwine
    Posted at 14:45h, 08 February Reply

    I was disappointed, I thought maybe the KSB organization tree would be brought up at the employee meeting after being mentioned here. Can this be addressed somewhere else, possibly in The Pulse?

    • ksbpulse
      Posted at 14:47h, 08 February Reply

      Deb,

      I completely understand. I felt the explanation of the organizational chart was best done through The Connection. Look for something very soon that attempts to clarify the issue.

      Dave

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