Your capacity to develop and maintain effective relationships is mission critical in any occupation in every industry. Personal and social capabilities refer to the development of the interpersonal skills and social qualities that allows individuals to manage themselves and interact effectively with others in the workplace. While the above are obviously true, the majority of T/D does not provide any evidence of efficacy. We provide not only evidence of capacity that is job-related, but also the interpersonal skills that are required to execute those highly polished technical skills.
We offered not only evidence of the social, and interpersonal skills, but also a job predictive measures of performance for any occupation. When one thinks of a competency map,The first and lowest level is always interpersonal skills and intrapersonal skills, followed by the technical skills required to execute proficiently in the occupation. We map these competencies and assess pre/post change via psychometric tools, the very tools you use to recruit, select and assess in your HR practice.
We specialize in scalable healthcare programs that build cohesive, high-performing teams with common understanding.
In this turbulent environment, the health industry is being fundamentally challenged. Traditional models of training, clinical performance and the ways we collaborate and are changing, demanding closer coordination and clear metrics to impact administrative needs, while addressing burnout and compassion fatigue in doctors, nurses, and staff. delivering high-quality, cost-efficient care requires cultivating capacity, understanding, as well as acknowledging experience in a measurable (that can be used as an intervention for HCAHPS and other assessments), affordable and scalable format.
We specialize in scalable healthcare programs that build cohesive, high-performing teams with common understanding, shared experiences and culture that reflects the needs of the institution through the lens of the participating employees.
We’ll help you:
Administer and execute your program.
Onboard staff and administrators.
Provide evidence to facilitate the meeting of continuing medical education units.
Promote a thriving culture where learning is applied.
Assess your medical/administrative staff population and measurably develop a more inclusive climate.
Build collaborative relationships across your hospitals, healthcare systems, outpatient populations, and community.