Facilitating Change: A Workshop for Leaders
A critical competency for all healthcare leaders in today’s environment is change management. Leading, supporting, engaging in, championing and driving change is what health care leaders are faced with daily. A formal approach to change management and training is often times missing.
About Our Workshop
Right now, health care leaders are managing a complex and ever-changing landscape full of mounting challenges related to staffing limitations, reduced resources and burnout, among other things. By giving these leaders training in formal change management processes, we can help them better manage change in their organizations during unpredictable times.
Facilitating Change® is a model for leading change initiatives that are important to your organizations. Equip your team with the tools they need for success from a two-day virtual workshop aimed at helping attendees achieve strategic and operational goals, and tackle complex, multifactorial issues in today's changing health care environment.
- Understand how culture can help and hinder change efforts.
- Learn the four component, user-friendly Facilitating Change model.
- Learn and take away practical tools to facilitate change and sustain the gains of improvement.
- Immediately apply toolkit to all change initiatives and in daily work.
Host a Custom Workshop
Host us virtually at your facility for a custom workshop scheduled when and where your team is available.
Benefits of a custom virtual workshop:
- Training for up to 25 leaders in your organization
- Participants will have the opportunity to practice the tools through real or mock projects during this interactive class
- After completing this training, participants will be able to apply Change Management methods in leading change initiatives in your organization, as well as in their daily work
In this two-day workshop, you will learn how incorporating formal change management methods can help you gain buy-in, acceptance, and accountability to ensure the success and sustainability of any Change Initiative.
Join Us for the Next Training Event!
- December 6, 2022: 1-Hour Kickoff Meeting - 11am - 12pm CST
- December 7-8, 2022: Two half day interactive training over zoom - 9:00 am - 2:00 pm CST
- 30-minute lunch break
As a team, our instructors and mentors bring the experience of the Joint Commission's innovative work with leading health care systems and hospitals to provide training and mentoring on high reliability concepts and the pursuit of zero harm, including Robust Process Improvement tools and methods. This experience comes from guiding health care providers exclusively in applying RPI principles to their own patient safety and quality processes, such as improving hand hygiene, improving emergency department turnaround times, or reducing medication errors, as well as operational processes, such as improving bed turnover times, reducing billing errors, or reducing staff turnover.
Workshop for Leaders Course Work:
- Introduction to Facilitating Change
Overview on how change affects people and the importance of change management in any change initiative.
- The Model
An introduction to The Joint Commission’s change management model, Facilitating Change.
- Plan Your Project
Learn how to identify the many aspects of culture that your change will affect, define your problem, identify key stakeholders, engage the right people, and begin to build the need for change.
- Inspire People
Learn how to build support for your change, make it personal for people to ensure they know what’s in it for them, identify and overcome resistance, and how, as leaders, you should lead change in your organization.
- Launch the Initiative
Learn strategies to make sure that your operations and infrastructure is aligned to support your change, identify various aspects of operations and how they could potentially impact your change, and develop a communications strategy to help get the word out.
- Support the Change
Learn how to identify and overcome cultural roadblocks, monitor progress, and sustain the gains of your change.
Full attendance at every session is a prerequisite for receiving full continuing education credits. A summary of continuing education contact hours will be available when the next training session is posted.