Southcentral Foundation’s Core Concepts is a three-day, intensive communication and relationship-building workshop. The lessons in Core Concepts are derived from Alaska Native values of sharing story and listening to others share theirs, and have helped bring SCF’s system of relationship-based care to national and international recognition for high quality health care. In this workshop, you will recognize the importance of relationships and personal connection within SCF’s Nuka System of Care, demonstrate how to share and respond to story, and create an environment for improved communication and relationships through shared vision.
Previous Core Concepts Workshops have garnered up to 19 continued medical education (CME) hours. Here are some of the things you won’t want to miss:
Experience the same workshop provided for SCF employees, led by President/CEO April Kyle and SCF leadership
Discover how SCF’s Core Concepts has created common language and tools for employees to work effectively with each other
Learn the tools and communication methods SCF utilizes as a foundation for building and maintaining relationships with customer-owners
There are limited opportunities for organizations to join SCF employees in these internal Core Concepts trainings in Anchorage, Alaska. Register today!
September 21-23, 2022
October 26-28, 2022
November 2-4, 2022
November 16-18, 2022
Fees & Registration
Cancellations received by email 7 days prior to the event will receive a full refund. Any cancellations received after that can be transferred to another employee at your organization. To cancel your registration, please email SCFNukaEvent@scf.cc.
It is important that you arrive on time and plan to participate for the entire training. If you arrive late, you may be unable to participate in Core Concepts.
Who Should Attend
Southcentral Foundation’s Core Concepts is ideal for anyone interested in discovering a corporate philosophy founded on relationships and customer-ownership and learning communication skills to build relationships.
Participants have included:
Direct Client / Patient Services
Board Members / Owner
Analysts / Associates
Interns / Fellows
Recognize the importance of relationships and personal connection within the Nuka System of Care.
Understand your relational style
Understand how your experiences contribute to how you approach others
Understand the power of empathy and compassion for yourself and others
Align your aspirations, intentions, and behaviors
Understand how you can create shared vision conversations
Understand the impact of intentions
Understand how to listen effectively
Understand how good dialogue and productive conversations will affect SCF
Explore tools for having good conversations
Continued Medical Education Hours
If you are interested in receiving continued medical education hours (CMEs), you will need to participate in the full session and complete the survey at the end of the training.
SCF surveyed participants from previous Introduction to Core Concepts trainings, asking them to use a four-point scale to provide answers to questions where a 1 was a “Strongly Disagree,” and a 4 was a “Strongly Agree.” When asked if they understood how Core Concepts assists with relating to clients/customer-owners, the average response was 3.8 out of a possible 4. When asked if they would be able to do their jobs better as a result of the course, the average response was 3.6. When asked if they believed the tools or practices in Core Concepts would help them with their relationships, the average response was 3.7. And when asked if they were overall satisfied with their Core Concepts experience, the average response was 3.8.
Being able to relate to people through their personal stories made it easier to talk about my own story even though it is hard to talk about. – Introduction to Core Concepts participant
100% agreed or strongly agreed that they would be able to do their jobs better as a result of the course. 100% agreed or strongly agreed that the Core Concepts practices would help them with their relationships. And 100% agreed or strongly agreed that satisfied with Introduction to Core Concepts.
The strengths of this experience were having great Learning Circle Leaders that opened up a warm environment so others could share such personal stories. – Introduction to Core Concepts participant