FREE December 14th Lunch & Learn Webinar: Wellbeing, Leadership & the Workforce

December 14th Lunch & Learn Webinar:
Wellbeing, Leadership & the Workforce

December 14, 2021 | 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST | Zoom

As we continue to navigate the world of the pandemic, a recent study looked at some of the key challenges that leaders and managers will face in health care in particular. On a positive note, the study found that while employee engagement actually improved in 2020, serious clinician burnout concerns remain. In addition, the challenges with recruitment and staffing continue. As daunting as these challenges are, there is at the same time an opportunity to re-focus and align with the overall objectives of providing health care with an even larger opportunity for leaders and managers to be clearer about how their leadership style impacts organizational effectiveness. What can a manager/leader do to address this? What leadership traits and actions will be particularly important going forward? We will talk about challenges that get in the way, context, and managing across generations and create a shared space for learning from each other of how to apply to practice.

Webinar Speaker

Kristina Natt och Dag, Ph.D.,
Executive Director
Kanof Institute for Physician Leadership (KIPL)

Kristina Natt och Dag has a Ph.D. in Educational Research and Policy Analysis from North Carolina State University. A native Swede, she has a Master of Human Rights from Lund’s University in Lund, Sweden. She has been working in the field of training and organizational development in the corporate as well as the non-profit sector for the past two decades.

With experience from a variety of sectors, such as finance, healthcare and maintenance, she has extensive global experience and speaks several languages other than English, Swedish and Danish, such as Italian, German and French.

Kristina is currently working with the North Carolina Medical Society as the Vice President of Education and Training and Executive Director of the Kanof Institute for Physician Leadership (KIPL). She also serves as Adjunct Assistant Professor at Campbell School of Osteopathic Medicine. She is a scholar-practitioner member of the Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD) and is Immediate Past Chair of the Leadership SIG. Some of her publications include Current and emerging trends in leadership development: New needs for new leadership, a special edition of Advances in Developing Human Resources (Aug., 2016) as well as the chapter Creativity in theorizing for women and leadership: a multi-paradigm perspective in The Handbook for Research on Gender and Leadership (published by Edward Elgar Publishing, May 2017).


This webinar is free but you must be registered to attend. Space is limited so register early! After you register, you will receive an email confirmation and an email reminder with webinar login instructions.

Continuing education credit may be granted through your professional organization (MGMA, PAHCOM, AHIMA, etc.). Please self-submit for these organizations.


For questions, please contact the NC Medical Society Foundation’s offices at

NCMGMA Leading the Way and Featured in Association Industry News

Click on the link below to view a recent article featured in the Associations Now Blog which showcased NCMGMA and our Transitional Membership. This membership category was instituted to assist members of our organization when employment, association or affiliation with a medical group or affiliate ceases for any reason. NCMGMA’s leadership is proud this is an opportunity we are able to offer our members when there may be changes happening in one’s career as a way to remain connected to our organization, our membership, and volunteer roles.