Providing Change Management & Leadership Development
Supporting Organizational Change Maintains Competitive Edge
Author John Maxwell writes that an organization can only grow as far as the leadership potential of its top leaders. To keep ahead of the competition, companies / hospitals must continually make changes.
As a healthcare executive, if you want to take your hospital and its surgical program to the next level, then the administrative team, program directors and physician leadership (surgical and anesthesiology department chairs) must be capable of supporting and sustaining necessary change.
As a CEO, CNO or CFO you may have the vision of what you want your organization to be and where you want it to go, but does your leadership team have the skills to lead the organization along the path to success?
The OR Efficiencies team of consultants brings clients identified opportunities to make program change and assists in implementing successful change. However, if a hospital’s leadership team is not capable of sustaining change, then programs will regress after the consultant leaves regardless of the capabilities and successes of the consultant.
While the consultant is guiding change, implementation projects are generally filled with staff and physician energy and excitement. Unfortunately, without an effective leadership team to maintain program focus and determine priorities, it does not take long for effectively implemented change to become derailed by higher priorities or a lack of acceptance from others.
The cost of changes that fail (or then the regression of success) goes far beyond financial cost or foregone revenue. When changes fail and programs regress in organizations employees and physicians begin to lose trust in the leadership of the organization. They become frustrated, cynical, and begin to give up. Employees and physicians often turn into chronic complainers which make the chances of future change efforts even less likely to succeed.
In an effort to assist its clients to sustain successful change and develop effective administrative and physician leaders, OR Efficiencies, LLC. is aligned with Turi Business Coaching, Inc. Administrative and physician leaders are assisted to develop their skills in inspiring excellence in themselves, their peers, staff and their organizations.
Leaders are developed to support healthier organizations that produce results. Leaders are developed to act more like coaches in your organization. Imagine the difference in performance and morale if your managers knew how to motivate and inspire employees just like some of the great sports coaches.
Services include on-site and off-site training programs that will assist hospital’s managers make the shift from Manager to Coach. Examples of the significant benefits experienced by clients include:
Improved work processes and reduced problems.
Improved relationships with employees, bosses, and peers.
Development of concrete strategies to achieve their goals
Ability to delegate tasks and spend more time managing people
Improved leadership skills
A renewed sense of energy and passion for what they do
OR Efficiencies offers physician leadership development programs to help physicians learn leadership skills necessary to inspire positive changes that will enhance the future of their organizations.
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“I establish an atmosphere where both companies and their employees can thrive.”
Ed Turi, President, Turi Business Coaching.