It seems that every article on healthcare reform talks about the need to shift your organizational culture to one that values and rewards performance improvements, positive outcomes and efficiency.
Transforming a company’s organizational culture doesn’t happen overnight. It takes time, effort and planning. But the fact is that it’s a necessary journey – especially for healthcare organizations looking to drive continuous improvement.
Black River Memorial Hospital – a small-town hospital known for offering big-city care – has undertaken the journey with impressive results.
In this AHA Solutions Signature Learning Series webinar, Holly Winn, Vice-President of Human Resources will share the journey that Black River Memorial underwent to transform its culture.
Through effective goal management and employee accountability, the hospital moved from an environment of missed deadlines and vague goals, to a culture that is focused on driving performance and success.
Presenter: Holly Winn, Vice-President of Human Resources at Black River Memorial Hospital
Date: June 5, 2012
Time: 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. ET
Attendees will learn:
- How Black River Memorial Hospital used employee reviews, goal setting and alignment to successfully create a performance-based culture
- The approach taken, and the lessons learned for success
- The results achieved including: improved organizational performance, 100% compliance with the performance management process, and higher employee engagement scores
If this topic sounds of interest, please register for the webinar here.
About Holly Winn
Holly Winn, PHR, FABC is Vice President of Ancillary Services and Human Resources, serving as a Senior Leader at Black River Memorial Hospital. She received her Master’s Degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. She is currently a Fellow of the Advisory Board Company, a member of ACHE, ASHHRA, WiSHHRA and SHRM, and served on the WiSHHRA Board of Directors for eight years. Holly is actively involved in her community, and was recently elected to be Vice President of the Black River Falls Area Chamber of Commerce. Holly has worked in healthcare for 17 years.