Navigating the Stress of Organizational Change 

*Approved for 1.0 CE credit from the American Society of Radiologic Technologists.

We’ve all heard “the only constant in life is change.” What’s more: today is just a warm-up. With the ever-increasing rate of change in healthcare, leaders must be prepared to be even better at dealing with change tomorrow. This session will allow healthcare leaders to refresh their perspectives with a focus on the positive aspects of change. Furthermore, participants will complete an exercise to differentiate between the things you can control, the things you can influence, and the things you can’t control or influence that will drive workplace productivity and organizational effectiveness.

Learning Objectives:

  • - Participants will discuss the benefits of change
  • - Participants will learn to differentiate between control and influence

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Presenter

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Mike Freel, Ph.D., Associate Professor

Program Director of Arts and Sciences, Bellevue University

Mike Freel, Ph.D., is currently an Associate Professor and Program Director for Bellevue University's Master of Health Administration and Bachelor of Healthcare Management programs in the College of Arts and Sciences. 

Dr. Freel has a professional background in healthcare, as well as experience in corporate organization and employee development. He has served in several healthcare roles in the clinical and academic fields. He is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and serves on the Education Advisory Board for the Nebraska Hospital Association. 

He earned his Ph.D. in Human Resource Development from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln where he researched emotional intelligence in clinical nurses. He has authored several publications on EI and leadership and presented on various healthcare and leadership topics for local and national conferences.