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Right People Right Roles – A Guide to becoming a Prototype Leader
Friday, March 7, 2014
2:00 p.m. ET, 1:00 p.m. CT, 12.00 p.m. MT, 11:00 am PT
Talent Management and Succession Planning has never been more important than it is now and the need to develop programs is mission critical. This situation will only become more difficult, as the delivery of Healthcare becomes increasingly complex and the available talent pool shrinks.
This consensus indicates that unless Healthcare Systems tackle the problems by developing and retaining talent, the outlook is poor. It is well understood that Leadership has the most profound impact on success or otherwise, by whatever measure.
After 10 years of continuous research, Success Profiles has completed “Operation Prototype” which along with previous studies, clearly demonstrates the attributes that will be required for successful Leadership over the next decade and beyond.
Does your hospital have a structured Succession Plan and a Talent Development Strategy clearly in place? According to the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) over 70% of Executives are over the age of 40, with 46% over the age of 50 and there are less than 20% of Hospitals who have formal Succession Plans.
No matter at what point you are, even if you are just starting to investigate solutions or whether you are way down the path, this Webinar will describe the research that has been undertaken and the clear outcomes it defines.
ASHHRA HR Metrics Tool
In this presentation, PwC Saratoga will review the ASHHRA HR Metrics tool, including trends in key areas for health care over the past 3 years. PwC will also overview the benefits of measuring and reporting HR metrics within organizations, including best practices around definitions, formulas, and calculations. Case studies will be provided around how organizations have used HR metric results to plan interventions within their organization and drive change. A system demonstration will also be provided, to give participants an overview of the tool. Join speakers, Shebani Patel, director-PwC Saratoga and Kristina Dunphy, senior associate-PwC Saratoga, for this virtual educational event.
Shebani Patel, Director
Shebani has worked with many organizations across a variety of industries in the analysis of their measurement results. She helps these organizations understand how their results illustrate areas of strength as well as opportunities for maximizing the investment in human capital and increasing HR’s effectiveness and efficiency. She also plays an active role in assisting her clients' link and integrates employee research data with metric outcomes. Shebani holds both an MBA and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology from Santa Clara University.
Kristina Dunphy, Senior Associate
Prior to joining PwC, Kristina spent several years as an Organizational Development Consultant for a boutique firm where she managed survey and metric projects. Kristina has extensive experience in survey setup and design, data analysis and reporting, and results presentations to audiences of all levels. She has also worked with organizations on talent management initiatives, succession planning projects, and 360-feedback programs. Kristina holds a Master of Arts degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from George Mason University and a Bachelor of Science degree from Cornell University.
Hospitals Building Healthier Communities: Investing Outside Institutional Walls
A growing number of hospitals are engaged in community economic development, recognizing the importance of poverty, unemployment, environmental hazards and other social factors in determining health outcomes. This webinar, in collaboration with the Association for Community Health Improvement, brings together practitioners from three health systems leading the way in implementing inclusive economic development and investment strategies to create healthier communities. The discussion will use the findings of the Democracy Collaborative's "The Anchor Dashboard: Aligning Institutional Practice to Meet Low-Income Community Needs," as a starting point to show how hospitals can expand their positive community impact with existing resources. This webinar is available free of charge but advanced registration is required.
This webinar is available free of charge but advanced registration is required.
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