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Reframing Culture Through Leadership: The Leadership and Organizing in Action Approach
May 23 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm CDT
This webinar is designed for healthcare leaders across the continuum who are conducting and organizing improvement projects.
Please join us for an engaging leadership development opportunity! The Leadership and Organizing in Action (LOA) approach sets out to empower leaders – not just those in leadership positions, but anyone who is leading change. This series will help you develop the skills and capacity to lead change, improve the way you work in teams, create a more effective organizational culture, build power within a community or coalition and effectively collaborate with others to take action. Join Telligen for a four-part webinar series beginning in April to learn how to develop your leadership skills and effectively mobilize for change.
“How do I mobilize action and create results?” We hear this question a lot from leaders who are facing new challenges, performance issues or significant changes in healthcare dynamics that require change. Each situation is unique and requires an approach to make changes that are tailored to the strategy. We approach leadership as a practice, not a position. The leaders that are most likely to succeed in accelerating complex change understand the following leadership practices:
– Building relationships
– Structuring effective leadership teams
– Mobilizing people into action
– Creating public narrative
LOA allows leaders to personalize the changes needed. Through the use of storytelling (public narrative), a leader can generate commitment (building relationships), build effective teams (structuring effective leadership teams), create a shared trategy to make the change (strategizing), and implement and sustain change (mobilizing people into action).
– Increase participants’ knowledge and skills in leadership
– Help participants see how multi-stakeholder leadership advances healthcare quality improvement and population health
– Improve participants’ capability to mobilize leaders virtually and in-person
– Establish a shared language and culture for engagement and leadership development
Risa Hayes, CPC
Program Specialist and LOA Program Lead, Quality Innovation Network National Coordinating Center
Please answer the following questions:
– What change management process do you currently use?
– How would you like to see healthcare improved in your community?
– How would you measure the improvement?
– Who do you need to work with to make this happen?
– How do you secure commitment from other stakeholders and collaborators?
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