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Is Collaboration the Most Important 21st Century Learning Skill?

  • 15 Jun 2021
  • 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom


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** Please note we had a speaker change for our June Event. Jose Cabera was to present at our June event but will speak in May. Dr. Sue McClernon will now present in June instead of May.**

Is Collaboration of the Most Important 21st Century Learning Skill?

The Presentation will review the 21st Century Learning Skills and specifically of Collaboration.The importance of Collaboration will be defined. The effective principles of collaboration will be analyzed. The attendees will generate and analyze the important skills of teamwork and collaboration. There will be an opportunity to design a collaboration based on a community or organization complex problem.

Learning Objectives:

·        Translate the importance of the 21st Century Learning Skills (Collaboration) in the Workplace & Community

·        Compare and contrast effective and ineffective Collaborations

·        Design a Collaboration to solve a complex issue for your organization or community


Dr. Sue McClernon serves as the President/CEO of Innovative Healthcare Leadership, LLC, which has been serving a variety of healthcare organizations and companies working with the healthcare sector since 2007. She also currently serves as faculty for the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities School of Public Health for the Masters in Healthcare Administration (MHA) program. Dr. McClernon has served in healthcare leadership and administration over the past 30 years. She was responsible for building the leadership teams, regulatory compliance, managing $500+M hospital operating and capital budgets, and developing business plans in healthcare systems in MN, Texas and Florida. She is active in the community and has developed and led the TFLN Collaboration of organizations helping moms and babies in the northland since 2011. Sue completed my PhD at the University of Minnesota, School of Public Health, Division of Health Policy and Management. Dr. McClernon received her Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration (MHA) from the University of Minnesota and completed an undergraduate degree in Healthcare Management from the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, MN.

Tuesday, June 15, 2021

On your computer via Zoom

Networking and Registration 11:45-12:00
Program 12:00 - 1:00 PM

Free for Members
$25 for Non-Members
$3 for Students

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