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July 11, 2017 | What Are You Going to Do to My Patient?

July 11, 2017
Tue 3:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 0M

$70.00 - $95.00
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Description

Building positive collaborative relationships with medical professionals starts with trust and understanding of the development process. This webinar will share research conducted into physician trust factors and communication styles and practical application of this research in the one-on–one conversations with specific members of the medical team. We will explore how medical partners want to be engaged, the information they feel they need, and a realistic process you can leverage in your very next conversation.

Contributors

  • Gail Rudolph, CFRE

    President, Sequoia Hospital Foundation
    Redwood City, CA

    Gail Rudolph joined the Sequoia Hospital Foundation as its President in June of 2014 and serves in a parallel role as Vice President of Development and Community Relations for Dignity Health’s Sequoia Hospital. Gail is a member of Sequoia Hospital’s Senior Operations Team (Ops) and represents Sequoia, Dominican Hospital, and St. Mary’s Medical Center on Dignity Health’s Philanthropy Leadership Team (PLT). She is the PLT’s chairperson of the Grateful Patient Task Force helping shape the relationship all thirty-two Dignity Health foundation’s have with our system’s grateful patient donors.

    Gail also serves as an advisor to many consulting and research firms and is an executive coach to other leaders nationwide. In the community, Gail serves on the Executive Committee of the San Carlos Chamber of Commerce and is a recent graduate of the Redwood City/San Mateo County Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Program.

    Gail's past experience includes the Cleveland Clinic, Northwestern University and various other community hospitals in the midwest. Presently she is serving as the chair of the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy's (AHP) Leading Forward 2017 Executive Summit, helping to enhance leadership skills within the industry. As an active member and frequent speaker with AHP, Gail believes in the impact that Philanthropy can have on healthcare, which compels her to share and mentor from her experience.

    Gail holds a master’s degree in Human Services Administration and is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE). Among her many accomplishments, Gail led the first hospital to be accepted into the Council of Foundations in Washington, DC in 2008 and been named a top 10 leader you should know.

  • Ben Golding

    Ben Golding is Chief Operating Officer of Advancement Resources and managing partner of Mindseye Project Partners. Both organizations are operating entities of DiffStrat Companies, Inc which he co-owns with three other partners. Advancement Resources is widely recognized as the nation’s leading non-profit training firm for best practices in philanthropic engagement.

    Through Advancement Resources, Ben has consulted with several national and international medical institutions on donor-centric development practices. A few of his recent partners include University of Washington, Dignity Health, Sutter Health, Northwestern University Medicine, MedStar Health System, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, UnityPoint Health, UCSF, John Muir Health System, University of British Columbia, and Sunnybrook Hospital (Toronto).

    Ben has been honored to present donor-centric philanthropic best practices at several local and national associations and conventions, including Association of Healthcare Philanthropy, American Association of Medical Colleges – Group on Institutional Advancement, Blackbaud Executive Forum, Minnesota Planned Giving Association, and Advancement Northwest. He has served on the planning committee for the AHP Leading Forward 2016 conference and on the AHP Affiliate Task Force.

    As managing partner of Mindseye, Ben leads the team operations and business development. Mindseye provides donor engagement services for local, national and international non-profits, with primary focus on capturing and celebrating donor stories through video. These inspiring stories are then shared through numerous channels, including recognition events, social media, donor walls, and other avenues.

    Outside of work, Ben actively serves the United Way of East Central Iowa as a board member and co-chair of the leadership-giving group, Alexis de Tocqueville Society. He has partnered with United Way to bring the same donor-centric practices to the Eastern Iowa fundraising community. He also serves the Campaign Committee for the Iowa State University Alumni Association.

    Ben holds a Bachelor of Science from Iowa State University, and a Masters of Business Administration from Duke University. He and his wife Julie currently reside with their three children, Grant, Greyson, and Mackenzie in Cedar Rapids, IA.