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Dan Sinnott brings 30 years of diverse leadership experience to his role as CEO of Sinnott Executive Consulting. With a values-based leadership style, he has successfully led organizations through significant cultural change, resulting in substantial gains in quality, financial and satisfaction results. One of his greatest competencies is to develop and mentor leaders; five colleagues who benefited from his coaching have gone on to become hospital chief executive officers. Dan has proven strategic, financial and operational leadership skills in traditional and matrix organizations within single hospital, academic medical center and multi-hospital systems.
In 2006 Dan launched Sinnott Executive Consulting with the sole purpose of developing strong, ethical leaders. The unique model of Sinnott Executive Consulting is focused on developing both an executive’s leadership and business skills. Dan works with executives from both profit and nonprofit organizations, with a special emphasis on developing the leadership and business skills of first time executives.
Prior to starting his own firm, Dan served as executive director/chief executive officer of Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia. He was responsible for the strategic and operational performance for a two-campus 667 bed Tertiary Care facility with $615 million in net revenue and 3500 employees.
Before joining Temple, Dan spent 15 years with Denver-based Catholic Health Initiatives, most recently as regional senior vice president of operations. In this position he oversaw 10 hospitals, two nursing homes, approximately 13,000 employees and $1.2 billion in net revenue for the company’s mid-Atlantic region.
Dan holds an MBA in Healthcare Administration from Temple University. He completed his undergraduate studies at Mount St. Mary’s College in Emmitsburg, MD. Dan graduated with honors with a major in social welfare and sociology.
Dan is an accomplished speaker and is an Instructor at the University Of Pennsylvania Wharton School Of Business where he teaches in the Management Communication Program in the Executive MBA and MBA programs. He also teaches at the International Executive Development Center in Bled, Slovenia. Dan has published several articles focused on executive leadership development and recently published his first book titled The Commencement - 8 Challenging Guidelines For Achieving Business & Career Success.
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The Board’s Role in Succession Planning
During this highly interactive session the participants will learn the importance of succession planning for both the Board of Trustees and the Leadership Teams. In particular participants will learn how to: develop a business case in support of a succession plan; how to develop a template for a Board Succession Plan; how to develop a template for a Leadership Succession plan; how to identify the business and leadership skills needed for the Board and Leadership Succession Planning and how to identify when an external CEO is needed for the organization.
New Times, New Directions: Strategies for Trustees in the Era of Healthcare Reform
During this highly interactive presentation, participants will explore the four main responsibilities for every board member: 1) strategic oversight, 2) overall governance, 3) enterprise risk and 4) CEO and leadership development.
In this session, participants will also:
- Identify how the role of the trustee will change within each of these four areas of responsibilities.
- Highlight new trustee skills needed to help guide the organization.
- Develop under each area of responsibility a “To Do List” that you can take back and share with the rest of your respective board members and CEOs.
Great Leaders & Great Communicators
The ability to be a great leader is highly dependent upon being a great communicator. For example, Ronald Reagan, Steve Jobs, Mother Teresa, Martin Luther King and Abraham Lincoln were all considered great leaders in their respective fields. A great part of their success was due to being highly effective communicators. They, like all great leaders, were not born with this skill, but developed the ability to move an audience to achieve great results. During this interactive presentation, the audience will learn some of the secrets to becoming a great communicator in a variety of different situations.
All Leaders Must Learn How to “Sell” (NEW)
Participants will learn how to become more effective Leaders by developing the skills that make world class sales executives so successful. Leaders are known for the results they produce in an ethical, effective and efficient manner. Productive, time-tested sales techniques will be applied to enhancing a leader’s effectiveness. Leaders need to be able to “sell” their vision for the future and how it will impact everyone in the organization. Learn how to: “speak less and listen more; handle objections; present a clear and concise message; ask for the sale, use referrals vs. introductions; The S.P.I.N. Method to clearly identify a problem, and more.
Leader’s Plan to Succeed
Leadership is all about results. All great leaders have mastered the ability to plan in order to achieve outstanding results. Most colleges, universities and executive education programs do not teach these required planning skills to succeed. During this program attendees will learn the value of: Career Planning; Succession Planning; Strategic Planning and Crisis Communication Planning. This highly interactive program has been developed and tested twice with the Iowa Hospital Association with outstanding results. One great aspect of this program is it can be delivered during a day long program or can be offered in four separate educational sessions.
Be the Leader That Makes Healthcare Great
Massive changes to health care, all the way to the core of what it is hospitals deliver, means you must hone new skills to shepherd employees, community leaders, citizens and friends to the new health care frontier. This session will review a few essential skills for surviving massive change and how to lead health care so it will deliver what everyone deserves.
- Learn what it takes to be the convener of stakeholders – rich and poor, progressive and conservative, young and old – and how to set the agenda for constructive interaction.
- Learn how to integrate direction, strategy and objectives so the transition from the old to the new works.
- Learn how to manage risk with a sense of opportunity and act on your instincts about what is important.
- Identify ways you can collect ideas, advance skills and boost performance to drive growth.
Sales- The New Executive Competency
Objective: Learn to become a more effective leader by developing the skills that make Top Ranked Sales Representatives so Successful.
Content Outline: Leaders are known for the results they produce in an ethical, effective and efficient manner. Productive, time-tested sales techniques will be applied to enhancing a leader’s effectiveness. Leaders need to be able to “sell” their vision for the future and how it will impact everyone in the organization. Learn how to; “Speak Less and Listen More; Seek Out Objections; “Know when to Market and When to Sell”; “Ask for the Sale”, Use Referrals vs. Introductions; The SPIN Method for handling a Sales Conversation.
Great Leaders are Great Communicators
Objectives: Leaders need to be able to “move” the organization forward in order to achieve their Vision and Strategic Direction. To be effective, a leader needs strong communication skills. A Leader with strong Communication skills will achieve greater results and go further with their career.
Content Outline: Leaders will learn how to: Develop the Proper “Frame” for Written and Verbal Messages, Effectively Use PowerPoint; Handle Question & Answer with Confidence; Handle a “Crisis Communication” Situations; Anticipate What the Audience Needs and Wants to Hear; Develop Executive Presence by Developing the “3 V’s”.
Be the Boss of Your Career
Objectives: Leaders will learn the importance of taking a proactive approach to their careers in order to achieve success in all 4 parts of life: Professional, Personal, Physical and Mental/ Spiritual.
Content Outline: Your employer is not responsible for your career development, you are. This very individualize presentation that will show participants how to: Be the CEO of their Career; Develop a Leadership Development Plan; Market Themselves and Their Skills; Develop a “Board of Trustees”; Ask for Introductions and not Referrals, Prepare for Interviews; Make the First 100 days in the New Job a Success and Learn the “Profitability Equation” to Achieve Great Results.
Dean of Students Neumann University
“Dan has a unique set of skills. His ability to develop leadership that is transformative is amazing. Dan has enabled many employees to reach greater potential than they ever believed possible. Dan is a man of integrity and balance. I would recommend him for any leadership formation/development program.”
Vice President Healthcare Industry Relations, ARAMARK Healthcare
“Dan combines his senior executive experience with insight into why healthcare is the way it is, and uses it to guide organizations with how to succeed with the way healthcare is going to be. But Dan is more than a talented healthcare executive; he is someone who is "confident in his skin." There is a paragraph in his book, "The Commencement", that sums up his philosophy: "True success involves more than fancy cars and career titles because those things can't do much for you when you are facing life's real challenges. True success involves things like family and friends who love you, a healthy lifestyle, and spiritual resources to keep you going." It quickly becomes clear why Dan is a success, and he is generous with helping others succeed as well.”
President & CEO Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network
“Thank you so much for your informative presentation with our senior team with regards to your approach to Leadership Assessment and Leadership Development. I was extremely impressed with the way you conducted the beginning of the interview with us, making everyone feel comfortable participating in a relevant conversation to ground us all. It is also extremely helpful that you have worked your way up through the healthcare system to become President and have had real life experiences understanding the importance of Leadership. I wanted to let you know that I personally can see how people would be very comfortable with you as a mentor”.
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