2024 Spring Hybrid Leadership Institute

Spring 2024 Hybrid Leadership Institute

Spring 2024 Hybrid Leadership Institute
9.0 GEN CE & 1.0 ETH CE

Learn and practice the real competencies of leadership. Begin your journey from manager to leader by participating in the ANFP Leadership Institute taught by an expert leadership instructor, Kristi Salisbury, CDM, CFPP, RD, and President and Owner of dk Foodservice Solutions LLC, addressing the unique dynamics of a foodservice environment. This course and workshop have been designed for any level of food service manager who is looking to challenge their skills and build a network of peers. 

This course is offered in a hybrid format which consists of seven hours of online work and three hours of virtual learning and discussion. The seven hours of online work consist of reading and discussions. You will have access from the date of purchase. You must successfully complete this work by March 12, 2024, prior to the virtual event. 

For the live virtual portion, attendees will have their choice of attending a three-hour session on either March 13, 2024, or March 21, 2024. Both sessions will take place from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. CT.

Walk away with the competence and confidence to build teams, boost productivity, and enjoy effective relationships with supervisors as well as those you supervise. You'll be ready to put new strategic leadership skills to work in your organization!

Leadership Institute alumni are not eligible to earn CE for this event.

Member Registration Information:

Member Early Bird Registration (February 14 - February 29): $120

Member Standard Registration (March 1 - March 7): $140

Non-Member Registration Information:

Non-Member Early Bird Registration (February 14 - February 29): $160

Non-Member Standard Registration (March 1 - March 7): $190

Pillar 1: Leading Strategically 

Involves the ability to meet organizational and personal goals and expectations. Inherent in this theme is the ability to make decisions that produce high-quality results by applying technical knowledge, analyzing problems, and calculating risks.

Pillar 2: Leading People

Involves the ability to lead people toward meeting the organization’s vision, mission, and goals. Also involves the ability to provide an inclusive workplace that fosters the development of others, facilitates cooperation and teamwork, and supports constructive resolution of conflict.

Pillar 3: Leading Change

Involves the ability to bring about strategic change, both within and outside the organization, to meet personal organizational goals. Inherent in this theme is the ability to establish (or participate in establishing) an organizational or personal vision and to implement it in a continuously changing environment.

Pillar 4: Leading Collaboratively

Involves the ability to work with others to manage human, financial, and information resources strategically and collaboratively in order to achieve organizational goals. Includes the ability to build and sustain a personal network of people to attain personal and business success.

About the Speaker

Kristi Salisbury, CDM, CFPP, RD

Kristi Salisbury, CDM, CFPP, RD

Kristi has 40 years of healthcare nutrition management experience. Her skills are around strategy, maximizing potential in others and developing leaders. She was a Culinary Director for 30 years working in Hospitals and Nursing Homes. In 2009, she and her business partner started dk Foodservice Solutions, LLC. Her partner retired in 2018 and she continues the company on her own.

Two years ago, she was asked to take on a facility as the full time Nutrition & Culinary Director for Presbyterian Homes – Johanna Shores Senior Living and accepted. She is responsible for a 325-bed full continuum Senior Living campus, with a culinary staff of 105 individuals. This is the original and the largest campus for PHS. She is a Certified Dietary Manager, Certified Food Protection Professional and Registered Dietitian.  

She is also a public member and Treasurer for the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners. This represents 30+ thousand lactation consultants from around the world. She has served on this board for three years. 

She participates in the state ANFP chapter and sits on several committees at the national level. She previously served as the Chair for the National ANFP Board and the Certifying Board for Dietary Managers. 

She is a wife and a mother of three daughters, one who is a recruiter for an IT staffing firm and twin daughters who are juniors in college. In her spare time, she likes to garden, golf, and sing in her church choir. 

Thank you to our sponsor: 

Sysco - At the heart of food and service