Tag: change management

Succession Planning and Change: Growing and Developing Talent in Public Health

Course Objective

  • Define “succession planning” for public health agencies
  • Explain the rationale for succession planning in public health
  • Identify the key elements of the succession planning process
  • Describe the link between change management and organizational succession planning
  • Explain the critical success factors for succession planning in public health

Date: November 10, 2020

Presenter:
Emil J. Sadloch, MA
SADLOCH DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANTS


In this month’s Log-in2Learn, Emil J. Sadloch, MA, highlights the importance of succession planning and why it is so relevant for public health today. While acknowledging the incredible contributions of public health officials during this pandemic, he underscores the aspects of leadership, change management and workforce resilience that enabled this. He goes on to discuss the necessary shift in focus needed to address the future of public health and how leaders can recover and adapt from times of crisis. Emil elaborates ways to strengthen the current workforce in preparation for new challenges, while simultaneously grooming the next generation for the same. He walks us through 10 important goals of succession planning and what the existing barriers look like. Lastly, he shows us how to create an effective succession planning system by walking us through crucial practices and providing us with important tips to develop future leaders.

Participants will be able to:

  1. Define “succession planning” for public health agencies
  2. Explain the rationale for succession planning in public health
  3. Identify the key elements of the succession planning process
  4. Describe the link between change management and organizational succession planning
  5. Explain the critical success factors for succession planning in public health
Change Management: How Leadership can Support Staff During Crises

Course Objective

  • Explain key elements of the adaptive leadership model.
  • List the 4 dimensions of change readiness and list questions to be raised under each dimension.
  • Describe how a planned change initiative can be implemented using Kotter’s 8-step model.

Launch Date: June 30th, 2020

Subject Matter Expert:
Emil J. Sadloch
President, Sadloch Development Associates & Instructor for Rutgers University’s Executive and Professional Education
School of Public Health, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences


The Strategic Skills Training Series developed by the Region 2 PHTC aims to help prepare public health leaders and the public health workforce to develop the practices and competencies associated with being a Chief Health Strategist. This training is the second in the Strategic Skills Training Series focused on Change Management for Public Health Professionals. This module explains the utility of the adaptive leadership model and the 4 dimensions of change readiness to address public health workforce issues, specifically focusing on staff morale. It also guides you through Kotter’s 8-step model to plan, implement, and sustain change within an organization.

Participants will learn about the following:

  1. Explain key elements of the adaptive leadership model.
  2. List the 4 dimensions of change readiness and list questions to be raised under each dimension.
  3. Describe how a planned change initiative can be implemented using Kotter’s 8-step model.
Taking Intelligent Risks: Leading Change that Works

Course Objective

  • Understand the role and importance of change in the workplace
  • Describe and identify reasons why people are resistant to change
  • Learn how to implement beneficial strategies to effectively manage change in the workplace

Date: February 4th 2020

Presenter:
Dr. Paul Thurman
Associate Professor of Health Policy and Management at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health


In this month’s Log-in2Learn, participants will explore how to navigate change in the workplace with Dr. Paul Thurman, Associate Professor of Health Policy and Management at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. The course describes the concept of change in a professional setting, what changes are needed to make healthcare companies agile and how to implement these changes in the workplace. The webinar also explores the barriers to intelligent change management, providing managers and leaders with actionable tips to overcome these barriers.

Participants will learn about the following three lessons about public health communication:

  1. Understand the role and importance of change in the workplace
  2. Describe and identify reasons why people are resistant to change
  3. Learn how to implement beneficial strategies to effectively manage change in the workplace
Strategic Skills Training Series: Introduction to Change Management

Course Objective

By the end of this module, you should know how to:

  • Assess how change impacts individuals and organizations
  • Analyze barriers to change in a community
  • Describe the role of leadership in managing change
  • Explain the importance of communicating about change in the right way

…and see how you can incorporate these concepts in your practice to address a major public health crisis.

The Strategic Skills Training Series developed by the Region 2 PHTC aims to help prepare public health leaders and the public health workforce to develop the practices and competencies associated with being a Chief Health Strategist. The modules in this series use the community health improvement planning process to introduce you to the basics of the following four strategic skills areas. The first set of modules have been developed at an introductory level; the next part of the series will build on these foundational modules.

To help you think about ways to leverage these skills in your journey as a Chief Health Strategist to address real world problems in your community, the modules will utilize a case study approach, set in the fictitious Tycho County.

Follow how the Tycho County Health Department could adopt a systems approach to inform its thinking and planning while developing a community health improvement plan focused on a familiar public health problem, opioid misuse.

In this module, you will learn how to describe how change impacts individuals and organizations.

Change and Public Health: A Deeper Look into Leading Change Successfully

Course Objective

  • Identify key competencies for managing change in the role of the Chief Health Strategist and Public Health 3.0
  • Assess how change impacts individuals and organizations when addressing a major public health crisis
  • Describe how Kotter’s “8-Step Process for Leading Change” may help guide a successful organizational change initiative

Date: October 1, 2019

Presenter:
Emil J. Sadloch, MA
President, Sadloch Development Associates


In this Month’s Log-in2Learn webinar, participants learn about change management principles that public health professionals can utilize from Emil J. Sadloch, MA, President of SADLOCH DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATES. Using a systems thinking approach to generate collaboration in Public Health 3.0, Emil provides an overview of how Chief Health Strategists can be change agents, who take the initiative in actualizing change. Emil highlights Kotter’s 8-Step Model for Leading Change as one of various frameworks for implementing change practices.

Participants will learn how to:

  1. Identify key competencies for managing change in the role of the Chief Health Strategist and Public Health 3.0
  2. Assess how change impacts individuals and organizations when addressing a major public health crisis
  3. Describe how Kotter’s “8-Step Process for Leading Change” may help guide a successful organizational change initiative
Region 2 Public Health Training Center