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Board Meetings: Bored No More »

November 15, 2016

In my past two years as president and CEO, I have been blessed to work with the CHHSM Board of Directors as it grows and improves.

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Advocate Health Care Again Named One of Chicago's Top Workplaces »

November 14, 2016

United Church of Christ-related Advocate Health Care has once again been named one of Chicago's Top Workplaces by the Chicago Tribune.

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Nollau Leadership Institute Continues Legacy of Leadership Development »

November 14, 2016

20 years ago, CHHSM launched an ambitious plan to offer a leadership development program for our members and the wider Church. The resulting Nollau Leadership Institute aims to provide content that is  meaningful and useful to participants, as well as to offer a means of developing a professional network that will have lasting effects.

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Denise B. Rabidoux »

November 13, 2016

"Servant leadership is seeing with your heart. A servant leader acknowledges that leadership is defined by the conscious ability to meet the desires and needs of others, taking the time to listen and to see, and then serving through daily actions."

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CHHSM Legacy Fund Sustains Mission into the Future »

November 11, 2016

For the first time in its history, CHHSM launched a fundraising campaign in 2012 as part of its 75th Anniversary Celebration. The CHHSM Board of Directors, staff and anniversary committee surpassed their goal of raising $300,000 to create The CHHSM Legacy Fund to provide valuable resources needed to sustain CHHSM’s mission.

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Horizon House Calls New Director of Culture and Care »

November 7, 2016

Horizon House, a UCC-related retirement community in Seattle, Wash., has hired Scott Hulet as Director of Culture & Care. He will be responsible for inspiring and facilitating a culture of care and a hospitality-based approach to our delivery of clinical care services.

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