NCMGMA/NCMS Lunch & Learn Webinar - January 2019

Sponsored by
 Medical Mutual 2016

Join us on January 15th from noon - 1 PM as Dee Brown presents on HR Updates.

HR Practice Essentials webinar will discuss HR-related mistakes that can have devastating costs for a practice in a variety of ways, including litigation, compliance issues, and employee replacement costs.  Smaller organizations may not be able to absorb unexpected costs the same way larger organizations can.  We will focus on some of the key HR-related challenges facing practices and provide some suggestions for moving forward. 

Speaker BIO 

Dee Brown is the HR Advisor for the Medical Mutual HR|experts’ program. With significant HR experience, Dee is a dedicated, on-call resource for all Medical Mutual members. HR|experts is a benefit of membership in Medical Mutual, provided at no additional cost.
Dee has been an HR professional and consultant for more than 30 years, with business experience in both the private and public sectors. She spent the last decade running her own HR consulting firm, Brown Human Resources Consulting. Over the course of her career, Dee has worked with small, mid-size, and large global companies, such as MCI, ReEnergy Holdings, Glaxo, CCME, and BASF.
Dee provides sound advice and guidance through email, phone calls, and live chat. She monitors trends and current events and provides resource guides, compliance e-alerts, quarterly newsletters and monthly webinars to provide practical advice on HR topics related to the business of running a medical practice. She is based in Raleigh but serves all Medical Mutual members.
Dee truly enjoys consulting and helping others through difficult situations by providing sound advice, guidance, and resolution. This role is about making a difference and developing others and Dee genuinely want to help keep practices, managers, and employees safe, and provide fellow managers and HR colleagues with the resources they need.
Dee says she is always amazed to hear, “Dee taught me this.” Over the years, she has seen many new managers she has advised go on to become vice presidents, presidents, and even CEOs. Dee says “When managers say they remember something I taught them, it means I imparted something of value. It is truly humbling to have that level of impact on someone else’s life. The legacy I leave is helping others develop their skills and advance their careers as leaders.”

Existing Users
If you have already created an account with us, you can sign in below.

Username:  Save Username
  Forgot your password? Forgot your username?

New Users
If you are a new user or you're not sure if you have used this site before, enter your email address below and click Login. By providing your email address, you agree to receive emails from North Carolina Medical Group Management Association.


powered by MemberClicks