Providing proven strategies for addressing organization-wide approaches to rehabilitation.
Problem: An organization’s leadership can only succeed if it has a strong and communicable mission, vision and plan. That’s especially true when teams have serious functional challenges, but even excellent leaders benefit from external coaching.
Solution: Our close colleague Noel Tichy, Ph.D. says that visionary leaders can learn to teach and communicate better. Their top managers can become collaborative and effective by working on real and consequential problems while being coached on processes and personal skills. The cascade of leaders teaching others to lead and follow effectively can permeate an organization’s culture.
Approach: We meet with leaders to refine their goals, diagnose the organizational challenges, and provide short-term or long-term coaching for teams as they approach real and consequential encounters.
Read about our research:
- Haig AJ, LeBreck DB: Measurement of change in rehabilitation team dynamics with the team assessment profile (TAP). International J Rehabil Health 5(2):71-83, 2001.
- Haig AJ, Nagy A, LeBreck DB, Stein J: Outpatient planning for persons with physical disabilities: A randomized prospective trial of physiatrist alone versus a multi-disciplinary team. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 76(4):341-348, 1995.
Also, read about our work with Noel Tichy Ph.D.
- University of Michigan’s Global Leadership in Healthcare program.
- Helping changing the organizational culture in the national Veterans Administration.
Contact us to learn more.