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Greystone’s Sessions at the 2016 LeadingAge PEAK Summit

Greystone was proud to serve as host of Zone 3: Strategic Planning and Partnerships at the 2016 LeadingAge PEAK Summit. Over the course of one day, team members and guest speakers shared about what non-profit organizations are doing to prepare for the next generation of seniors and to ensure that their missions remain relevant and useful to their constituents.

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Greystone was proud to serve as host of Zone 3: Strategic Planning and Partnerships at the 2016 LeadingAge Peak Summit. Over the course of one day, team members and guest speakers shared about what non-profit organizations are doing to prepare for the next generation of seniors and to ensure that their missions remain relevant and useful to their constituents.

Did you miss any of these six sessions? If so, see them in full using the video players below. If you have any questions about strategic planning or how we can be of assistance, contact Greystone Co-CEO Mark Andrews.


Lead (with Greystone Co-CEO Mark Andrews)

Your mission remains valid, meaningful and constant. Yet, the strategy and initiatives driving it must evolve to meet changing needs and adapt to a dynamic environment. How will you lead your organization to adapt and change?

See Mark Andrews’ presentation using the video player below, or download his slides.


Plan (with Cindy Bosley of Masonic Pathways and Greystone’s Stuart Jackson)

What’s the next big thing for your organization? Our industry is constantly changing, and there’s no sitting back if you want to remain a market leader. Proper strategic planning (plus clarifying what you do and don’t do) can serve as the blueprint for your future and ongoing success.

See Cindy Bosley and Stuart Jackson’s presentation using the video player below, or download their slides.


Innovate (with Greystone’s Brad Straub)

Seniors expect more of providers than ever before. New ideas and approaches will be your organization’s competitive advantage in crowded markets. Are you prepared to innovate?

See Brad Straub’s presentation using the video player below, or download his slides.


Differentiate (with Greystone Co-CEO John Spooner)

There’s a senior housing alternative around every corner in the markets you serve. What helps you connect with seniors more effectively than the next guy? A compelling, differentiated product and program can be the pivot point between winning and merely competing.

See John Spooner’s presentation using the video player below.


Compete (with Greystone’s Edward Thorne)

Opportunity abounds in today’s senior living landscape. Nonetheless, clear opportunity invites increased competition. How will your organization respond and dominate in its markets to secure the future of its mission?

See Edward Thorne’s presentation using the video player below.


Plan (with Gary Marsh of Masonic Homes of Kentucky and Greystone’s Stuart Jackson)

What’s the next big thing for your organization? Our industry is constantly changing, and there’s no sitting back if you want to remain a market leader. Proper strategic planning (plus clarifying what you do and don’t do) can serve as the blueprint for your future and ongoing success.

See Gary Marsh and Stuart Jackson’s presentation using the video player below, or download their slides.


Are you ready to plan for the future? If you have any questions about strategic planning, reach out to Greystone Co-CEO Mark Andrews to learn how we can help.

See the below brochure for a brief overview of Greystone’s strategic planning process.

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DDC Journal Features SantaFe, ABHOW Projects

Two Greystone clients are filling what the DDC Journal calls “Large, Unmet Demand,” and Greystone Senior Vice President Dave McDowell talked to the publication about these clients and their recent projects.

East Ridge at Cutler Bay is a SantaFe Senior Living-sponsored community in Cutler Bay, Fla., just south of Miami. East Ridge has just opened a newly repositioned health center. Here’s what Dave McDowell told DDC Journal about the project:

“The East Ridge community has been a longstanding quality provider of independent lifestyle and healthcare support for seniors. Our client, SantaFe Senior Living, found themselves with an outdated nursing home and healthcare center. To avoid this affecting their ability to deliver services consistent with their mission and core values, they elected to reposition and expand these healthcare components.”

The Terraces of Boise is a project sponsored by American Baptist Homes of the West. A new continuing care campus, it welcomed its first-ever residents in 2015. Here’s what Dave McDowell told DDC Journal about the project:

“What’s really unique about this community is the skilled care center. Designed by AG Architecture, it is the first one in Idaho incorporating a household model. There are three buildings, with each one providing services to a small group of residents. While this approach has become very popular across the country, this is the first one in Idaho embraced by the state Department of Health. Overall, this community brings innovation and a unique service setting to the seniors in this market.”

See the DDC Journal’s Spring 2016 issue for more on East Ridge and The Terraces. The feature begins on page 131.

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