Creating a Culture of Learning:
What Human Service Leaders Need to Know

Wednesday, January 26, 2022
1 hour

A learning culture is relevant to any organization. However, the need for human service leaders to promote this is critical since evidence-based practices are constantly evolving and the well-being of clients depends on staff knowledge and skill.

If you want to deliver on your mission to provide the best care and optimize health outcomes for those you serve, fostering a culture of learning is essential.

Join us Wednesday, January 26 at 2 PM ET to hear Leigh Steiner, Ph.D., Partner for Behavioral Health Solutions at Relias and Erik Gore, Assistant Director of Training and Development Services at KenCrest discuss why a culture of learning is not only essential to surviving but flourishing in today’s healthcare landscape. During the webinar, you’ll learn:

  • The five main disciplines of a learning organization
  • How to know if your organization has already adopted a culture of learning
  • Real-life examples of how a learning culture can be applied to your agency
  • Tips for fostering ongoing learning while in a virtual environment

Submit your question(s) with your registration, and we will anonymously address as many of them as we can during this unique session.

Erik Gore

Assistant Director of Training Development
KenCrest Services

Erik Gore is an employee of KenCrest Services. Erik has worked as the Assistant Director of Training and Organizational Development at KenCrest for 28 years. Erik's career began in the field of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities 28 years ago as a Direct Support Professional and serving as Program Manager, Project Supervisor. Erik’s career in Employee Training and Development began in 1999 as the Lead Trainer at KenCrest Services, and after several promotions he now works as Assistant Director of Training Development.

Leigh Steiner, Ph.D.

Partner, Behavioral Health Solutions

Leigh Steiner, Ph.D., is a Partner for Behavioral Health Solutions at Relias. Steiner has extensive national, state, and community experience in organizational development, executive development, coaching, and consulting. She served as the commissioner for mental health for the state of Illinois from 1989 to 2002. Steiner has also served as an adjunct lecturer at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine and as a lecturer at the University of Illinois at Springfield.