The pandemic has taken a toll on the world and left no industry or business untouched. Healthcare organizations, in particular, rallied to respond to the challenges their communities faced during the pandemic. There are important lessons to be learned from our collective experiences over the past several years that can accelerate and transform the industry.
The urgency created by the pandemic has resulted in innovative partnerships and collaborations within and across multiple sectors throughout the health ecosystem (think Merck and J&J!). What differentiated those organizations that drove value and those that didn’t? We believe leadership makes the difference — in particular the ability of leaders to seek solutions that can only occur when different organizations and diverse industry sectors move beyond competing with one another and align around a clear purpose to meet critical challenges.
For the past two decades, The Leadership Development Group (TLD Group) has worked with hundreds of leaders from top health systems, pharmaceutical companies, payer organizations, policy makers, and various health adjacent companies. We have developed a strong reputation for developing leaders and teams to execute business strategies that position their organizations for success.
Today, however, the industry requires leaders who can create the systemic change that is needed by engaging and inspiring others across sectors to enhance health and wellness. Our Health Ecosystem Leadership Institute is designed to build the leadership capabilities needed to drive this transformation and the collaborations and partnerships it requires. As an open enrollment program, the Institute brings leaders together from diverse sectors to learn from and with one another and fills the void left by traditional single organization/single sector leadership development programs.
The Institute draws leaders from across the health industry who demonstrate the willingness to learn how to cultivate partnerships to drive value and transform health by:
This 12-week blended learning course is designed for leaders who want to master the HELM™ capabilities to positively impact results within their own organization and across sectors and industries that span the health ecosystem.
Registration includes the co-facilitators' book, From Competition to Collaboration: How Leaders Cultivate Partnerships to Drive Value and Transform Health, the HELM Self-Assessment and access to all course materials.
The health ecosystem describes the interconnected relationships between leaders, organizations, and sectors — such as providers, purchasers and payers, pharmaceuticals, biotech organizations, public/private sectors, communities, and entrepreneurs — toward the shared purpose of enhancing health and wellness.
The success of the health ecosystem to drive transformation is dependent on the ability of its leaders to create and execute a shared purpose. Leaders who can work collaboratively, across boundaries, while fostering independent creativity and innovation will lead the way.
Population Health Executives and Leaders
Heads of Strategic Business Partnerships
Chief Strategy Officers and Senior Leaders
Chief Clinical Officers and Senior Leaders
Chief Medical Officers and Senior Leaders
Hospital and Health System Leaders
Physician and Nurse Leaders
Throughout this course, you will learn what it takes to succeed as a change agent from successful health ecosystem leaders and faculty including:
Along with your registration, you will be guided by TLD Group’s President and CEO, Tracy Duberman, PhD, and TLD Group's Advisory Board Chair, Talent Strategy Advisor, and Executive Coach, Bob Sachs, PhD formerly Vice President of National Learning and Development, Kaiser Permanente, co-authors of From Competition to Collaboration: How Leaders Cultivate Partnerships to Drive Value and Transform Health.
Each week, Tracy and Bob will offer virtual interactive peer learning sessions and 1:1 coaching focused on building capabilities to become a health ecosystem leader. Skill and mindset development will focus on:
If you would like to learn more about bringing the Institute to your organization and/or be informed when registration begins for our next cohort, please fill out the form below.
“There were a number of key HELM principles which I leveraged to address behavioral health in our community. The need to slow down and first build trusting relationships was the first. This also included taking the occasional pause to do a group check-in and make sure everyone understands and is in alignment with the coalition's path. Taking the time upfront also allowed me to have insight into the needs each of the stakeholders had and what was truly motivating them in the initiative.”
“Working across the healthcare sector, specifically with entities outside of my institution, requires a great deal of diplomacy to bring groups together, as well as, negotiation skills to resolve conflicts and overcome barriers. Using the HELM model enabled me to overcome differences and align diverse parties to achieve a common vision.”
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