The conference kicks off Monday, May 14. All-Access Pass holders should arrive at the Convention Center by 12:30 to pick up their badges. The first deep-dive session starts at 1:30 PM. The conference ends at 4:30 PM on Wednesday, May 16.
Join 125 fellow senior living executives for a best ball scramble to raise funds for the Argentum Advocacy Fund. Fee includes transportation between hotels and Maderas Golf Club, breakfast & lunch, unlimited range balls, greens fees, 6 Titleist Pro V1 golf balls, and player amenity package.
Club rental available for additional fee.
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Are you ready to pursue the Certified Director of Assisted Living (CDAL) certification but don't know where to begin or how to best prepare? If you are ready to earn your certification, the CDAL Prep Course at the Argentum 2018 Senior Living Executive Conference is a great first step.
Administrators, executive directors, and residence directors are eligible to attend.
In addition to the 4.5 hour of training, the CDAL Prep Course fee includes Argentum’s 142-page Assisted Living Community Executive Director Primer, and SLCC’s 50-question practice test. An All-Access Pass to attend the Argentum Senior Living Executive Conference is required for CDAL Prep Course participation, whereby executive directors earn up to 7 NAB CEUs.
Become a More Effective Executive Director
Dive into topics that directly impact your business growth, including human resources, sales and marketing, clinical oversight, and risk management during the Executive Director Leadership Institute (EDLI). The three-day EDLI program is designed to give you even more actionable takeaways that can help you become a more effective leader.
Participants earn 14 NAB-approved CEUs and California residents will receive 12 RCFE CEUs for participating (pending approval).
Natural disasters can dramatically impact senior living communities, including their residents, staff, and families. It's imperative that community leadership have emergency preparedness plans in place to help them determine when to evacuate residents, should residents shelter in place, or can they be reunited with family members during such an emergency. Senior living leaders who have coped with wildfires in California and hurricanes on the East Coast share best practices in emergency preparedness, successful implementation, and challenges, and successes.
Winning the Talent Wars: Human Capital Management Strategies to Build a Lean, Flexible, and High-Performance Workplace
The nature of work and employment is dramatically changing with a business environment that has become one of fierce competition and high risk with constrained resources, and unpredictable resource needs. Senior living leaders can successfully navigate the current climate by better understanding human capital management strategies including strengthening your core group, rewarding the high performers, implementing knowledge transfer programs, and continuing to recruit, in good and bad times alike, to keep the talent pool full.
There are many different forms of elder abuse and senior living leaders must know how to identify and address them, but ultimately strive to prevent them. Elder abuse is an intentional act, or failure to act, by a caregiver, family or another person in a relationship who causes or creates a risk of harm to an older or vulnerable adult. Senior living communities should embrace a zero tolerance policy. Dr. Homeier, director of the Los Angeles County Elder Abuse Forensic Center, will educate attendees on the types of elder abuse, how to recognize them, appropriate actions to address different situations, and offer educational resources.
Managing Millennials: How to Bring Out the Best in Today's Young Talent
The most current research on the millennial workforce shows that by 2020, second-wave millennials (born 1990-2000) will make up 24 percent of the workforce while baby boomers will be less than 20 percent. There are immediately actionable best practices that will help to create a clear step-by-step guide to bring out the best in today's young talent such as getting them on board fast with the right messages and teaching them to care about delivering great customer service. Smart strategies can weave together multi-generational employees to build a strong workforce.
Obtain the latest information regarding occupancy, rents, rent growth, and supply and demand for senior housing and care communities. This session will provide an overview of macroeconomic trends and patterns, as well as a broad view on how senior housing properties are performing across the nation's largest 100 markets. Look ahead to which markets are poised for growth in 2018 and beyond.
Fight the Undermanagement Epidemic: How to Build a Culture of Strong Leadership
Ninety percent of all leaders and managers do not provide their direct reports with sufficient guidance, support, and coaching. Many managers will empower their employees only to step in and take back responsibility during a crisis situation. Identify a diagnostic framework to understand signs, symptoms, and costs of undermanagement within your organization. Learn what employees need from managers to succeed, as well as what managers need from senior executives in order to deliver what their employees need.
The Argentum Executive Roundtable program is an invitation-only, Premier Member program comprised of seasoned senior living professionals from a variety of disciplines and functional areas, like memory care. During these peer-to-peer meetings, participants discuss their most pressing business challenges and are encouraged to bring relevant questions for group comment and possible resolution. Most recent Memory Care Executive Roundtable meetings have focused on the following topics: technology, Alzheimer’s Association new practice recommendations, memory care quality standards, memory care awareness and advocacy, and memory care best practices and innovation. Questions about your specific roundtbale, please contact Kari Horesky at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Argentum Executive Roundtable program is an invitation-only, Premier Member program comprised of seasoned senior living professionals from a variety of disciplines and functional areas. During these peer-to-peer meetings, participants discuss their most pressing business challenges and are encouraged to bring relevant questions for group comment and possible resolution. Questions about your specific roundtbale, please contact Kari Horesky at email@example.com.