CPAFE May 2017 Meeting

  • May 03, 2017
  • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
  • Giant Super Foods Community Room, Trindle Road
  • 15

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  May 3, 2017

7:30 AM - 8:00 AM- Networking

8 AM - 9 AM - Program

Teamwork – Fueling Common People to Attain Uncommon Results

Linda Woodin



Join us for our monthly CPAFE May Meeting!

Please arrive promptly at 7:30 a.m. to participate in doing informal introductions with all members and guests.

Linda Woodin will talk to the group, starting around 8 a.m.


Teamwork – Fueling Common People to Attain Uncommon Results

Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision; the ability to direct individual accomplishment toward organizational objectives.  It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.  ~ Andrew Carnegie

Throughout their training, professional career and personal lives, women will encounter many Work Teams and opportunities for Teamwork.  The ability to assess the dynamics of a work team and its individual members and adapt and contribute one’s own beliefs, emotions and style with that of a team will not only result in teamwork and desired  outcomes, but also personal and team growth and satisfaction.

By the end of the presentation, participants will be able to:

  • Discuss the implications of teamwork (or lack thereof) on personal and professional outcomes
  • List personal and professional factors that influence modern work teams and their members
  • Analyze characteristics of team members and work teams that influence teamwork
  • Identify strategies to establish personal credibility and respect on a work team
  • Use the information gained to develop a strategy to assess and navigate one challenging personal or professional work team 


Linda M. Woodin, MSN, CRNP, BC is a self-employed Family Nurse Practitioner.  Her career in healthcare spans the spectrum from hospital staff nursing in Medical- Surgical and Critical Care, to Staff Development orienting and developing hospital staff members, to a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Pain Management, and as a Nurse Practitioner in Family Practice and subsequently Gastroenterology.  Currently self-employed, Linda serves as a contractor and consultant to various organizations seeking the knowledge and skills of a Nurse Practitioner. 

Linda attained the title of Senior Staff Nurse and won The 1989 WomanCare of the Year Award for personal service and the 1989 Fleming Exceptional Service Award for service to patients. As a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Pain Management, she was well-published and a sought-after regional and national speaker.

Linda has been active in the growth and promotion of the Nurse Practitioner profession, having served as President of Nurse Practitioners of Central Pennsylvania, and an active member and Regional Representative to the Pennsylvania Coalition of Nurse Practitioners.

Her interest and experience in the science of teamwork stems from her long-association with various work teams and professional development.

Throughout their training, professional career and personal lives, women will encounter many Work Teams and opportunities for Teamwork.  The ability to assess the dynamics of a work team and its individual members and adapt and contribute one’s own beliefs, emotions and style with that of a team will not only result in teamwork and desired outcomes, but also personal and team growth and satisfaction.


*** GUESTS ARE FREE!!!!!***

For our May meeting, CPAFE will welcome both members and guests free of charge!




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