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February 2023 Leadership Survival Bootcamp

4-Day Virtual Bootcamp

February 6-9, 2023

4pm-5pm MT*

 *Replays are available immediately following the training for those not able to attend.

We know how important it is to you to have an impact in your organization and on your team.

But... you can't pour from an empty cup, right?

If you don't prioritize your health and well-being, no one else will and you won't survive as a leader.

Join us for the Bootcamp and learn how to survive these challenging and stressful times, so you can be resilient, feel healthy, and have an impact.

What you will get:

  • 1 hour of live coaching each day* for 4 consecutive days, with two dynamic coaches, so you don't have to figure out how to survive on your own.  


  • A Leadership Survival Blueprint, so that you have a clearly defined personalized strategy to survive the next six months or more in your leadership position.


  • Time during the Bootcamp sessions to reflect and complete the action steps.


  • VERY minimal work outside of the Bootcamp sessions.


  • Short sessions with easily digestible and highly valuable information.


  • Access to a think tank of leaders having a similar  experience, so you can connect with and learn from others leaders like you.


  • A plan to help you accelerate your success.

What People Are Saying:

This is a totally supportive and non-threatening environment. There is no comparison with others, just what you identify within yourself. It is really a self-awareness builder and the tool is simple to use and helps bring a lot of clarity to our personal situation, which for nurse leaders is a conflict of meeting personal, family and staff/professional needs/demands and how they often collide with each other. It helps clarify one approach to organize the complexities so they can be managed.

Randall Hudspeth, PhD, MBA, MS, APRN-CNP, FAANP - Executive Director of the Idaho Center for Nursing

We have heard nothing but excitement and positive feedback. The general expression was that members are glad that they participated and that it helped them greatly in dealing with the emotional stress and complications brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic and its effect on healthcare and the workplace.

Kimberly Long, DHA, MSN, FNP, RN, FACHE - CEO ACNL

The three benefits that I got from the Leadership Survival Bootcamp, first and foremost is taking the concept of problem and turning it into a polarity which kind of de-escalates the revving up and anxiety that we feel when we think we're facing a problem. Second, the community itself, how I wasn't alone in my struggles and the things that people are doing within the community of learners were really useful. Lastly, having a workbook and having something tangible that you can commit your plan to.

Karen Mueller, PhD, DPT, PT - Professor

I made a major life change that I would not have been able to do without having been in the Bootcamp.

Mari Tietze, PhD, RN-BC, FHIMSS, FAAN - Professor

I feel less frantic and have more reflection time and planning time.

Kathy DeFigueiredo, MS, BSN, RN-BC, CPHQ, CPHIMS - Director of Quality Improvement

My experience of working with Michelle and Tracy was exceptional. They are knowledgeable healthcare leaders who are ground breaking in some of the work they do. Tracy and Michelle exceeded my expectations with the quality of the dialogue, and the lessons and tools available were remarkable and fairly simple to use. The concepts, once understood, are life changing.

Ann Shepard, MSN, RN-BC - CNIO

My experience of working with Tracy and Michelle was as expected, over the top, and personal and just the right pace. They were extremely nurturing and helped us to relax and lean into being together and learning and growing together. They were always accessible to me and responsive.

Andrea Pfeifle, EdD, PT - Associate Vice Chancellor for Interprofessional Practice and Education

My experience with Tracy and Michelle was filled with joy. I've followed the two of them for years. There are not many consultants out there with their passion for wanting healthcare leaders to be resilient and joyful because of their need to sustain it in others.

Roberta Young, MSN, RN - CNO

The bootcamp is an investment in “self.” Invest in yourself and enjoy the journey of learning, rediscovery, and professional growth. According to the Quadruple Aim of Healthcare, we need to invest in healthcare team members to support a workforce that is struggling with staff dissatisfaction, burnout, disconnection with leadership and unrealistic expectations. This bootcamp will allow you to invest in yourself. JUST DO IT!!!! You will have fun, gain greater self-awareness, and fill your tank for future adventures in healthcare.

Jeannette Pollatz, Director of Interprofessional Education