HPS to Speak at Dallas / Fort Worth Healthcare Human Resources Association
Diary of a Change Champion, Connecting Leadership Effectiveness to Overall Outcomes
BOZEMAN, MT, (February 10, 2016)
Healthcare Performance Solutions (HPS) will be speaking at the Dallas/Fort Worth Healthcare Human Resources Association meeting on Wednesday, February 24, 2016, in Irving, Texas. The topic – Diary of a Change Champion, Connecting Leadership Effectiveness to Overall Outcomes – will be presented by James Jiloty, Advisor of Talent Development and Performance Improvement at HPS. Attendees will learn key elements of corporate culture change programs and see the qualitative and quantitative data proving the single largest influence driving culture change comes from improving leadership effectiveness.
“Organizations get sold on the idea that they need to improve staff customer service or employee engagement,” states James Jiloty of HPS. “While well intentioned, these programs are usually a huge waste of time and money. What matters most and what drives performance improvement by almost every measure is the intentional design of a high performance leadership culture intensely focused on measuring leadership effectiveness to diagnose and prescribe the best improvement plans, one leader at a time.”
At the meeting, healthcare leaders from a variety of backgrounds will have the opportunity to hear and see real examples of organizational readiness, internal service excellence, handling unexpected adversity, and over-managing leadership performance and talent management. Visual analytics and measurement solutions developed by HPS will be featured, displaying qualitative and quantitative analysis of high and low performing organizations, connecting business results and outcomes.
“We are very much looking forward to meeting in Texas later this month at this chapter of the American Society of Healthcare Human Resources Association (ASHHRA),” says Jiloty. “We participate annually in ASHHRA and look forward to continuing discussion on this topic with more members at the ASHHRA national conference in Texas later this year.”