2013 Fellows Assemble for Leadership Session in Princeton, NJ

Published: 
September 26, 2012
The Medicaid Leadership Institute Class of 2013 Fellows attended their first session in Princeton, New Jersey, on
September 9–12, 2012. The three-day meeting focused on leadership development and conflict management, as well as Medicaid expansion and the impact of domestic policies, health care reform, the behaviors of Medicaid stakeholders and the current priorities of MACPAC. A summary of the agenda follows with links to selected presentations.
 
Meeting One Agenda Summary – Princeton, NJ, September 9–12, 2012
 
Sheila Burke, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy, Malcolm Weiner Center for Social Policy, Kennedy School of Government 
 
Session Two: Leadership: Understanding Your Personal Leadership Style
Ed O’Neil, University of California, San Francisco 
 
Session Three: Leadership Project Presentations and Technical Assistance 
Carolyn Ingram, Senior Vice President, CHCS; Ann Fischer, Leadership Coach; George Sweazey, Leadership Coach; and Ed O’Neil
 
Session Four: The Impact of NFIB v Sebelius on Domestic Policy 
Paul Starr, Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs and Stuart Professor of Communications and Public Affairs, Princeton University, and Co-editor of The American Prospect 
 
Session Five: Leadership Coaching 
Ed O’Neil, George Sweazey, and Ann Fischer
 
Keith Wailoo, Townsend Martin Professor of History and Public Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
 
Session Seven: Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission Overview 
Moderator: Carolyn Ingram, Senior Vice President, CHCS 
Speaker: Lu Zawistowich, Executive Director, Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission (MACPAC) 

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