Change Management: Leading in Turbulent Times
Location: Live Webinar, Presented at your Facility
There is no argument that all organizations today are facing inevitable, unrelenting, complex change. The question is – are organizations creating the kind of leaders that have the courage, vision, and adaptability to thrive in the midst of this pervasive change, rather than be overwhelmed by it. Confronted by a national pandemic, staffing issues, budget cuts, provider consolidation, cost-shifting, value-based payment models, new market entrants, demand for community and health equity management, and a shift to care-setting outside of hospitals, to name just a few challenges – what is the leadership model required to deal with such disruptive change?
Turbulent times is synonymous with VUCA, an acronym initially used as a military term to describe conflict and an environment that is Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous—a perfect description of the healthcare landscape today.
To confront volatility, the nature, speed magnitude of change – uncertainty, the lack of stability in issues and events – complexity, where numerous layers of different causes and mitigating factors are involved, and ambiguity, a lack of clarity about how and why things are happening, will require leaders who have enough foresight to see where they are going, while remaining flexible and resilient about how they get there. This is so because the skills and competencies leaders once needed to help their organizations thrive are not sufficient for the future. Today, more strategic, critical thinking abilities and adaptive mindsets are required of organization leaders.
This virtual workshop will blend didactic and experiential material to provide leaders with greater insight, self-awareness, and practical tools they need to help their organizations succeed in the VUCA environment.
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