ALFA Executive Roundtables are revolutionizing the way executives in senior living interact by bringing the right people together to solve real-world business challenges facing senior living.
These exclusive, by-invitation-only peer groups are comprised of seasoned senior living professionals from a variety of disciplines and functional areas, who meet in person and through conference calls to discuss their most pressing business challenges.
"As an ALFA Executive Roundtable Member for the past 7 years, I strongly recommend your involvement in this dynamic interchange of ideas between industry leaders. Each time I leave a roundtable meeting, I leave feeling energized about senior living and our future as healthcare providers. Roundtable members share common challenges to seek solutions and ideas from their peers, but also dialogue about "best practices" that can be applied successfully in each of our organizations to improve resident care & innovative senior services. I'm immensely proud to be part of this distinguished group of professionals.
Disciplines and Functional Areas
Roundtable Membership Eligibility
Membership in each executive roundtable is exclusive to the senior-most executive serving in that specific functional area or corporate responsibility. Each roundtable will consist of no more than 20 members.
Individual roundtable membership is conditional on the ALFA corporate membership being current and in good standing. Roundtable membership is for twelve months and renewable. Failure to attend or participant in two consecutive meetings (face-to-face or teleconference) may result in suspended roundtable membership.
Roundtable Membership Benefits
Meeting Structure and Format
RecordkeepingThere are no formal minutes taken at any executive roundtable meeting. However, meeting notes will be taken to record who attended and provide a summary (without any member attribution) of each agenda item. The meeting notes are for internal purposes only, and serve the educational interests of the roundtable members and ALFA. The meeting notes will not be posted to the ALFA web site for public viewing, however, the meeting agendas will be available.
Member ResponsibilitiesMembers will be asked over the course of the year to give a brief presentation on a topic of their choice which is of general relevance to the group. Participants are encouraged to bring pressing questions or nagging problems to the table for group comment and possible resolution. Additionally, each participant is expected to:
Chair ResponsibilitiesEach roundtable will have a chair appointed by ALFA. The responsibilities of the chair include:
Staff Liaison ResponsibilitiesEach roundtable will have an ALFA staff member assigned to the group. The responsibilities of the staff liaison include:
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Advocacy never ends. It is a constant endeavor. And your presence in these meetings is paramount to our advocacy efforts. You are the voice of senior living. You are the most effective advocates in the best interests of resident-centered care. Become an advocate!