HELM™ Webinar Series
Welcome to our fourth webinar in our Health Ecosystem Leadership Model (HELM™) webinar series featuring TLD Group speaker, Dr. Paul Stoltz, who explores the fourth competency cluster in TLD Group’s Health Ecosystem Leadership Model, Act and Learn: The Practical Science of Uncommon Agility.
Dr. Stoltz, founder & CEO of PEAK Learning, Inc, and #1 New York Times bestselling author and HR Magazine’s top 10 most influential global thinkers discusses the importance of agility as a key component of health ecosystem leadership; provides details on how the AQ® (Adversity/Agility Quotient) assesses one’s adversity response patterns; demonstrates how AQ redefines and drives all forms of individual and collective agility; and shows how to apply AQ development principles and tools to enjoy measurable gains in agility, health, energy, performance, productivity, engagement, innovation, and more.
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- Define and explore the value of crossing boundaries and managing obstacles in enhancing identity, common ground, and collaboration across differences
- Share practices for leveraging obstacles and boundaries as a way to move from “either/or” to “both/and” thinking to create new value and to avoid the pitfalls of conflicts and silos.
- Offer real examples of how both defining and crossing boundaries and obstacles provides leadership leverage in shifting “stuck” dynamics.
- Offer an infectious framework for creating collaborative thought and action across boundaries and obstacles.
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We invite you to view the second webinar in our Health Ecosystem Leadership Model (HELM™) series, Aligning Stakeholders, led by TLD Group speaker and collaborative leadership expert, Dr. Ruth Wageman, from ReThink Health and Harvard University.
As organizations bring key stakeholders across the ecosystem into the health and wellness conversation, leaders must align stakeholders to build on their original vision and incorporate their inputs and interests to develop a shared solution. This way, each stakeholder feels a sense of ownership regarding the solution. Throughout such conversations, it is essential to develop relationships built on trust, respect, and open dialogue, without which there would be much tension and resistance to moving forward.
We explore how ecosystem leaders can align stakeholders by contributing to the collaborative leadership structures and processes needed for health system transformation. Specifically, this webinar:
- Explored the idea of health system transformation
- Shared practices for convening and leading stewardship teams
- Showcased real examples of collaborative leadership of transformation around the US
- Introduced some tools for assessing and improving the current state of your own regional change efforts
We invite you to view the first webinar in our Health Ecosystem Leadership Model (HELM™) series, Envisioning the Future, led by TLD Group speakers and population health experts, Dr. Drew Harris and Dr. Rickie Brawer from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia.
As leaders within the health industry, regardless of sector or position, we all have a vested interest in creating solutions to enhance the health and wellness of the communities we serve. However, understanding what the needs are of our communities requires leaders to envision a new future, one which takes into account not only the services and products your organization provides but also focuses on the social determinants of health.
We explore how health leaders can best understand and address the broader determinants of health. This webinar:
- Examined how the movement from volume to value-based care is stimulating collaborative opportunities to address the social determinants of health.
- Provided resources for reliable and robust community health data for comprehensive community health assessment.
- Identified evidence-based practices for addressing community-health issues.
- Explored how to implement, leverage and evaluate community collaborative efforts that are inclusive of those impacted by health disparities and equity.