State Society Education Series
Includes a Live Event on 10/01/2020 at 2:00 PM (EDT)
Most leaders know that change is essential for growth and progress. However, the change that’s occurring today is testing both teams and leaders on their ability to adapt and stay flexible like never before. Join Jackie Martin, Speaker, Trainer, Coach, A Matter of Motivation, to gain insight into how you and your coworkers think, feel, and behave during times of drastic change, then apply these best practices for helping you and your team make it through to the other side.
Supported by 12 members of the Oncology State Societies at ACCC, the State Society Education Series provides educational content developed by esteemed professionals and leaders in the field on critical issues in oncology care delivery.
Education programs supported by:
Indiana Oncology Society
Iowa Oncology Society
Kansas Society of Clinical Oncology
Minnesota Society of Clinical Oncology
Missouri Oncology Society
Empire State Hematology & Oncology Society
North Carolina Oncology Association
South Carolina Oncology Society
Tennessee Oncology Practice Society
Virginia Association of Hematologists and Oncologists
West Virginia Oncology Society
Wisconsin Association of Hematology and Oncology
Speaker, Trainer, Coach
Jackie Martin is on a mission to re-ignite purpose and passion in the workforce today! She knows that when people love what they do they are more productive, creative, loyal, and happy. By helping individuals reach their personal highest potential, the businesses they own and work for will also thrive.
Jackie considers herself a leadership junkie, serial entrepreneur, and a life-long learner. She’s a Professional Speaker with the National Speakers Association, a John Maxwell Certified Leadership coach, a Certified Change Cycle expert and a Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Practitioner.
Whether Jackie’s doing a keynote or a breakout, she facilitates and interacts with participants in workshop style. When the audience is engaged and having fun working on ideas or best practices they are more likely to remember the key points and take action