IMPACT! e-Newsletter: January 2019
We are pleased to release our first – IMPACT! newsletter of 2019. The name reflects our company’s values and intent of sharing the latest trends and topics impacting the health ecosystem.
We utilize our creativity and imagination to drive our solutions to meet — and anticipate — our industry’s most pressing needs.
We bring focused attention to all our client engagements. Whether we’re assessing, planning, facilitating, delivering, and/or sustaining, we listen deliberately and intently to what is happening in the moment.
We love what we do. We approach our work with unbridled spirit and uncompromising determination to achieve impactful results.
We know that one size does not fit all and that external factors can throw a wrench in any well-devised plan. We flexibly adjust and realign when needed.
We are perpetual and insatiable learners. We constantly challenge ourselves and our clients to understand more, stretch more, and develop more.
We partner closely with our clients to co-create, customize, and deliver high-quality solutions. We bring deep industry expertise and leadership development “know how”; our clients bring deep organizational knowledge.
A PERSONAL NOTE FROM OUR PRESIDENT & CEO
As we welcome 2019 with anticipation and excitement, we find ourselves reflecting and appreciating the work we have collectively accomplished in 2018. So many things…..
- This year our Advisory Board Chair, Bob Sachs, and I published our book, From Competition to Collaboration: How Leaders Cultivate Partnerships to Drive Value and Transform Health, with great feedback from leaders across the health ecosystem
- We secured our presence as the preeminent Health Ecosystem Leadership (HELM) Development firm through our quarterly HELM webinars, monthly podcasts, various speaking engagements, and publications throughout the year. Special thanks to:
- Kent Bottles for your exceptional Affordable Care Act webinar series
- Drew Harris, Rickie Brawer, and Ruth Wageman for your HELM webinar contributions
- Stephen Klasko and Bruce Meyer of Jefferson Health, Bonita Stanton of Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall University, Rod Hochman of Providence St. Joseph Health, Nicolette Sherman of Sanofi, and Lauren Steingold of Uber Health for your thoughtful HELM podcast interviews
- Poonam Alaigh, Karen Westervelt, Bob Sachs, Lorie Shoemaker, and Sandi Murray for joining us as we presented at various industry conferences
- John Larrere, Maggi Cary, Judy O’Neil, and Kent Bottles for contributing to our thought leadership published in leading journals and books throughout the year.
- Our client partners for supporting our research on The Influence of Coach Characteristics on Coach Selection and the Relationship between Perceived Similarity and Coaching Outcomes
- TLD Group added a dozen new organizations to our family of clients and conducted close to 100 unique client engagements across 25 different organizations representing each sector of the health industry.
- We have expanded our faculty both in the US and abroad and continued to provide training and networking opportunities through our Community of Practice forums. Many thanks to those who supported these forums this year, namely Linda Roszak Burton and Dale Caldwell.
- While we bid farewell to Kim Rubenstein, our Senior Project Manager and amazing Research Associate, and wish her continued success as she completes her PhD and begins her career at McKinsey, we welcomed several new project management interns to our team. Thank you, Erika Heilman and Claire Waters, for your support in 2018 and welcome to the team, Cory Long.
- Lastly, but most importantly, a special note of appreciation to the wonderful TLD Group leadership team. Tara Satlow, VP, Client Solutions; Amy Riemer, VP, Marketing and Public Relations; and Lisa Clarke, Director of Coaching and Operations. Your dedication to our clients, our faculty, and each other knows no bounds and we are all better for it!
Thank you for all that you do every day in your respective organizations and in every piece of work you, our faculty, do to support the mission of TLD Group and our clients. You are the wind beneath TLD Group’s wings making a difference….every day in every way.
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HEALTH ECOSYSTEM HIGHLIGHTS
Cross-sector collaboration guides much of our work and that of our clients. We are pleased to share recent success stories from across the health ecosystem. These examples demonstrate the innovative thinking and practical application of health ecosystem leadership and its impact on health outcomes.