Join Us for the Upcoming Progressive Leaders Workshop (PLW), and Check Out the PLW Curriculum of Topics and Resource Library
Through OCHIN’s High Performers Project, we have learned that high performing organizations exhibit characteristics of learning organizations. Leaders distribute decision-making power to the staff who hold the knowledge; information and decisions are transparently communicated across the organization; and, leaders help their staff embrace change. CEOs and member leaders joined us for two sessions at this year’s Learning Forum to hear about approaches and discuss strategies for developing high performing learning organizations.
Following up on this theme, please join us on May 21 at 10:00 am PT, as we continue the conversation about the characteristics of a learning organization, and why your organization should care about becoming one.
Although this discussion is geared towards C-suite members, all OCHIN members are welcome. To participate, please click here to request an invitation.
Progressive Leaders Workshop 2019 Curriculum of Topics and Resource Library
OCHIN members drive the agenda. OCHIN staff Arielle Goranson, Cally Johnson, Jessie Robertson, and Erica Edwards, designed a curriculum to support exploration of a range of topics over the course of the year. Consult the Progressive Leaders Workshop wiki page for access to the following workshops and resources:
Leadership and Workforce Development
o January 2019: Introduction to the Relational Leadership Institute and Public Narrative
o May 2019: Learning Forum Recap: Fostering High Performing Learning Organizations
o July 2019: What it Means to be a Good Manager: A Case Study in Leadership Development Training for New Managers
o February 2019: Building a Data Analytics and Population Health Strategy
o March 2019: Equity Matters: What it Means to the OCHIN Collaborative
For information about Progressive Leaders Workshop, contact Jessie Robertson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact Cally Johnson at email@example.com or Diana Wolford at firstname.lastname@example.org for information about principles of Learning Organizations.