LEAN LEADER

Championing Healthcare Improvement

Designed to develop healthcare leaders in their role as improvement champions.

Description

Operating under the premise that “leadership is learned”, the Championing Healthcare Improvement program is a one-week, full immersion program that allows you to practice time-tested leadership principles in team and organizational scenarios. Through content-rich discussion, video case studies, 360° survey feedback, team problem solving activities and personal action planning, you will be prepared to lead Lean Six Sigma in your organization.

Workshop sessions begin Sunday evening and go until Saturday noon. The full immersion program allows you to leave behind your daily pressures—personal and professional-and focus on your own self-development.

Lead Leaders Create Personal Action Plans

PARTICIPANT MATERIALS

In addition to the Lean Leader 200+ page workbook, you will receive the following materials:

  • Myers-Briggs Type Instrument (MBTI™) report
  • Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI™) 360° report
  • Coaching the Leader (CTL™) report
  • Transactional Analysis Survey (TPAC™) report
  • The Leadership Challenge by Posner and Kouzes
  • Introduction to Type by Isabel Briggs Myers
  • In the Grip: Understanding Type, Stress, and the Inferior Function by Naomi L. Quenk
  • Personal Action Plan booklet

Study conducted by Richard Roi using the same LPI 360° survey as used in iplqi’s Lean Leader

OBJECTIVES

  • Understand and validate your personality preferences.
  • State how your personality type influences your style when communicating, resolving conflicts, making decisions, and managing projects.
  • Identify and prioritize your leadership strengths and weaknesses.
  • Clarify your fundamental values and beliefs. Determine appropriate ways to share these with others. Decide how you will align your actions and decisions with your values.

Overcoming Physical Challenges Inspires Overcoming Personal Challenges
  • Create your vision of the future for your healthcare organization. Decide how you can enlist your team members to share in this vision.
  • Determine what risks you are willing to take to implement improvement strategies in your healthcare organization; and to successfully complete improvement projects.
  • State how you can build collaboration, teamwork, and trust among your work team as you pursue continuous improvement.
  • Describe how you will develop your work team to be both competent and confident in their work skills and process improvement abilities.
  • Define your strategy and tactics for recognizing team members in their continuous improvement journey by celebrating major accomplishments.
  • Layout your self-development plans to be a more effective leader in championing improvement. Write and share your plans to increase your influence with others.