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No Meeting Zone: Benefits and Challenges

Posted: April 25, 2017
Published by Debbie Caskey, RN

Related categories Rounding , Employee Engagement , Effective Meetings , Huddles , Leader Evaluation Manager®

The purpose of designating “meeting free zones” on your schedule is not to tackle your everyday to-do list; use that sacred time for meaningful, outcomes-focused conversations and actions.
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It’s About the Conversation: Using the INVEST Framework to Connect and Provide Feedback

Posted: September 28, 2015
Published by Dan Smith, MD, FACEP

Related categories Measurement/HCAHPS/CGCAHPS/VBP , Effective Meetings , Physician Engagement

In an era of big data, high performance expectations, and growing trends in pay-for-value, some organizations may struggle with what to do with this surplus of information. What’s more, they must identify how best to present the data in a meaningful, transparent and receptive way such that the feedback drives performance and creates behavioral and practice alignment. Research and our experience in coaching hundreds of healthcare organizations reveals that organizations and individuals who are aligned on goals and receive regular performance feedback tend to outperform those that lack feedback.
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Are your Action Plans Getting you the Desired Results?

Posted: May 07, 2014
Published by Jackie Gaines, MS, RN

Related categories Leader Development , Effective Meetings

Aligning action plans with desired results requires us to have the right action plans in place. This involves a review of results to date, looking at trend lines (quantitative data) and validating current data through continued dialogue with all stakeholders (qualitative data). It also requires having accountability processes in place to identify priorities at least every 90 days, identifying who is responsible for creating and executing those actions to impact the outcomes, and monthly follow-up to assure compliance and movement in the right direction.
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Executing Effective Performance Appraisals

Posted: March 18, 2014
Published by Jackie Gaines, MS, RN

Related categories Leader Development , Effective Meetings

One of the questions I'm frequently asked as I travel the country coaching healthcare organizations is how to be more effective in approaching annual performance appraisals. At Studer Group, we suggest communicating the "why" first and connect it back to the values of the organization. In other words, why are we having this performance conversation?
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How Cascading Information Creates Consistency

Posted: April 21, 2013
Published by Quint Studer

Related categories Effective Meetings

At Studer Group, we do extensive research with America's top healthcare organizations to harvest best practices, identify opportunities for improvement and provide the tools and tactics that organizations implement to drive clinical outcomes. One of our assessments, the Straight A Leadership Assessment, asks leaders a series of questions to create better alignment and accountability. The cumulative results of these assessments show one area that is consistently listed as an opportunity for improvement: communication. In fact, it was mentioned so frequently that it prompted this Outcome Driven Communication Series.
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