A transformative learning experience for healthcare leaders
Your capacity to foster change in your organization resides less in your technical expertise than in the way you participate in the conversations and relationships that constitute your organization. And the way you participate is shaped by your theories, knowledge and beliefs about people and organizations; by the relationship skills and facilitation methods at your disposal; and by your authentic, affirmative and courageous presence.
Leading Organizations to Health is a leadership institute that will help you and other healthcare leaders strengthen each of these three core domains so your work as change leaders will be more effective and meaningful. It offers a unique synthesis of theories and methods that have proven very effective in change projects ranging from small scale (e.g.: improving working relationships on a team) to large (e.g.: fostering outcomes management and continuous improvement, improving the healthcare experience of patients and families, and changing the 'informal curriculum' of a medical school).
These methods are grounded in sophisticated new theories of individual and organizational change and depend on the use of one's self as an instrument of change in social systems.
The program is a one-year virtual fellowship that includes four intensive weekend sessions at a rustic conference center in the eastern Rocky Mountains and ten months of facilitated peer coaching to support you as you integrate what you’re learning into your work back home.
It is intended for healthcare leaders of all disciplines, internal and external consultants, and for individuals who conduct in-house leadership development programs. A new cohort begins each April.
The work of organizational change is too hard, too important and too expensive in terms of time, money and emotion to approach without adequate preparation. Leading Organizations to Health will help you gain the knowledge, skills and presence you need to “be the change” and to lead effectively.
Anthony L. Suchman, MD, MA, FACP is a practicing physician,organizational consultant, and Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of Rochester. Drawing upon diverse interests and experiences, his work focuses on improving human interaction and collaborative decision-making across all levels of healthcare – from the front lines of patient care to the executive suite and board room. Click here for more about him.
Diane B. Rawlins, MA, LMHC, founder and president of InsideOut Consulting LLC, partners with healthcare leaders and their teams to meet today’s complex challenges and unprecedented opportunities. She builds their capacity to transform organizations by helping them develop a mature
understanding of self and purpose, ground their actions in their convictions and compassion, forge collaborative relationships with diverse stakeholders,
and mindfully attend to both outcomes and process. Click here for more about her.