NCALA

2024 NCALA Spring Break

"The Four Aces of Leadership - Stacking the Deck so Everyone Wins"

Two tracks: Newer Administrators (0-5 years) and Experienced Administrators (5+ years)

LIMITED SPACE REMAINING. PLEASE CALL 919-467-2486 TO REGISTER.

May 22, 2024
8:30 am – Noon
The McKimmon Conference and Training Center at NC State
1101 Gorman St, Raleigh, NC 27606
Directions
Register for Non-Members
Non-Members: $125.00

BECAUSE OF OUR SPONSORS, Members can attend for FREE! Non-Members are invited to attend for a small charge of $125.00.

EVENT INFO Up to 3 CE’s

McKimmon Center, Raleigh, NC

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Event Schedule

“The Four Aces of Leadership – Stacking the Deck so Everyone Wins”

“The Four Aces of Leadership – Stacking the Deck so Everyone Wins”
8:30 am
 – 
10:00 am

Track 1 - Reading your cards – what hand have you been dealt?

Our first session will focus on assessing the current talent in your community as well as taking inventory of the culture that exists around you.

 

8:30 am
 – 
10:00 am

Track 2 - Building a Winning Hand

This session will focus on the main components that build a winning culture. There is significant time dedicated to having difficult conversations and navigating through relationship-based leadership.

 

10:00 am
 – 
10:30 am

Networking Break with our Sponsors-Food and beverage provided.

 

 

10:30 am
 – 
12:00 pm

Track 1 - Reading your cards – what hand have you been dealt?

Our first session will focus on assessing the current talent in your community as well as taking inventory of the culture that exists around you.

 

10:30 am
 – 
12:00 pm

Track 2 - Building a Winning Hand

This session will focus on the main components that build a winning culture. There is significant time dedicated to having difficult conversations and navigating through relationship-based leadership.

 

Presenters

Beverly Janco

Beverly Janco

Chief Operating Officer, Navion

Beverly Janco joined the Navion family in 2020 as Senior Vice President of Operations. Beverly has dedicated a career that spans over twenty-five years to serving seniors. For the past fifteen years, Beverly has worked in multisite management covering North Carolina, Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Georgia, South Carolina, Florida, and Texas.

Beverly is a very proud member of the SALI (Southern Assisted Living) alumni, where she worked as an Executive Director and Area Director before joining Brookdale and serving as a Regional Director of Operations for seven years. Beverly then joined Saber Healthcare Group as Vice President of Operations responsible for twenty-four properties in its Assisted Living Division. Prior to joining Navion, she was the CEO for Aventine Senior Living Company located in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Beverly is highly skilled and knowledgeable in all aspects of community operations management. She has an exceptional track record of building and developing strong teams, driving high standards of service quality, increasing efficiencies, and inspiring a culture of excellence. Through her leadership and steady example, Beverly has been able to drive community, regional, and company growth.

Amanda Wickert

Amanda Wickert

Vice President of Engagement, Navion

Amanda Wickert joins Navion with 30 years of experience in senior living, including independent living, assisted living and memory care. She attributes her success and continued desire to serve to her early role as a certified nursing assistant, where she experienced firsthand the positive impact she could have on those who call a senior living community home.

Amanda has held various leadership roles in life enrichment, resident engagement, sales and operations. She has held regional and divisional roles including Regional Director of Operations at Southern Assisted Living, Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Ridge Care and Regional Vice President at Commonwealth Senior Living.

She is responsible for leading all engagement initiatives including resident, family, team member and community partners alike. In addition, she leads the continued development and enhancement of our community memory care and life enrichment programs and initiatives – focusing on joy and possibilities while celebrating and elevating aging.

Amanda has served as past Chair for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, Community Advisory Committee member for the Council on Aging, President of Rockingham County Senior Service Providers and host of a local radio talk series, Senior Focus. In conjunction with being an NC licensed Assisted Living Administrator and Certified Dementia Practitioner, Amanda is a graduate of Stautzenberger College with degrees in Applied Business and Hospitality/Travel & Tourism.

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