HOISINGTON —The KHA leadership Institute graduated it’s 13th class of 32 students on August 22 at the Critical Issues Summit In Wichita, Kansas. John Moshier, Human Resource Director for Clara Barton Hospital was among the graduates.
The KHA leadership Institute was established to help hospitals provide professional development opportunities that accentuate the personal skills and abilities needed to facilitate positive change and innovation in Kansas Hospitals.
“Helping to build future health care leaders is important to our organization,” said Curt Colson. “We are pleased that KHA offers this institute to cultivate leadership skills in hospital employees. John already demonstrated professional leadership skills and abilities, and I nominated him because of the potential to further cultivate and develop him as a leader for our organization.”
The 2014 Leadership Institute class was diverse. They represented a wide geographic distribution of hospitals from Colby to Leavenworth and Parson to Liberal – there was representation for all parts of the state. Students made a personal and professional commitment to expand their skills by attending all six courses of the leadership Institute.
The curriculum was structured to enhance each student’s leadership abilities.
Clara Barton is a member of the Kansas Hospital Association (KHA). KHA is a not-for-profit association of health care organizations that are committed to the health improvement of their communities.