While the presentation is aimed at healthcare leaders and executives, we think there is a pretty universal message to be shared about the leadership “playbook” (if you will) of the late Paul O'Neill.
This isn't a history lesson… it's a powerful framework that's just as relevant (and just as needed) today.
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Teeing it Up
What's the imperative for change? Why is worker safety such an important issue in healthcare?
Did you know, that according to OSHA,
Wow, did you know that? Is this talked about enough in healthcare (broadly) and in your healthcare organization?'
One way to measure employee harm is the DART rate…
Do you know your organization's “DART” rate? That stands for “Days Away, Restricted, or Transferred.”
Do you know the number for your organization? Or some similar measure? Do you know where you would FIND such information?
Looking at the specific data and gaps:
Even before the 2020 Covid effect, healthcare had higher DART rates than the grand average of “all private industry” – and healthcare has higher DART rates than industries that might be considered “dangerous” like coal mining and animal processing.
Why is that? Do we have to take that for granted? What can leaders do about this?
In the webinar, we'll share how the principles-driven “playbook” provides proven guidance for leaders. Reducing employee harm is a moral imperative — it's an important enough goal, as it is. It's the right thing to do and it's good business to do so.
Focusing on the “unarguable” goal of “zero harm” for employees creates a rallying cry. When people respond to that cry, they'll participate and get better at problem solving… which leads to more generalized “habitual excellence” and reaching the theoretical levels of performance in all of our goals and measures.
Again, please check out the recording of the webinar. Thanks!
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