Local Health Department Supervisory Skills Series
Registration is now open for the next Local Health Department Supervisory Skills Series. This virtual series builds supervisory skills that can be utilized at a local health department, and will be focused on practical tips and skills building. Former IPHA President, Miriam Link-Mullison, leads these trainings. She has more than 35 years of experience in public health supervisory roles and is a trusted partner for IPHA.
This training series is comprised of seven virtual sessions beginning October 10, 2023 and ending November 28, 2023.
Space for this series is limited to 25 attendees and registration is on a first come first served basis. Registration closes on October 4, 2023 or when all spots have been filled, whichever comes first.
Please note: To earn a certificate of completion for this training, you must attend six of the seven sessions in their entirety.
"Miriam’s wealth of experience in effectively leading others was quite evidentduring our management team’s time with her. Effective supervision andleadership are skills that require a certain artform. This training helped us tothink differently about change management, conflict resolution, providingfeedback, boosting morale and so much more. Miriam made the training funand interesting, with many personal stories from her career and insightsgleaned from many resources. I would highly recommend the hybridsupervisory skills training to any agency interested in strengthening theirleadership. The combination of a one-day training, followed by three one-hour Zoom sessions, kept us engaged and motivated. Definitely worth theinvestment!"
ADMINISTRATOR, BOND COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT