Facilitating Organizational CHANGE
Formerly Performance Improvement Facilitator 201 (PF 201)
Join us for a multi-day intensive workshop to expand your knowledge of change management, planning and implementing sustainable change initiatives, and influencing without authority. This course is designed for advanced facilitators, practice managers, and change agents – to meet the demands of new quality payment programs and evolve an organization from incremental forms of performance improvement to deep, sustainable transformation.
Are you an advanced facilitators, practice managers, or change agents in your organization? This training will help you to meet the demands of new quality payment programs and acquire the skills to evolve an organization from incremental forms of performance improvement to deep, sustainable transformation.
Each workshop is limited to 15 participants, so reserve your seat early!
Attendees will learn how to
Facilitate progress from incremental change to data-informed strategic organizational change initiatives
Utilize project management and advanced process improvement tools and resources to achieve defined outcomes
Engage team members at all levels in supporting and implementing a culture of continuous improvement
Utilize professional skills to navigate the human challenges associated with large scale change
"The content presented and the process by which it was presented was a paradigm shift for me. The 201 training was immediately applicable and excellently executed from start to finish."
- PF 201 participant February 2017
February 20 - 22, 2018 – Denver, Colorado. Click here to register. Registration closed.
July 24 - 26, 2018 – Denver, Colorado. Click here to register.
August 15 - 16, 2018 – Newark, Delaware. Click here to register.
October 2 - 4, 2018 – Kansas City Metro
$2,500 per participant. Registration includes one-year Individual membership to HealthTeamWorks Solutions Center
How our health team works with yours
HealthTeamWorks workplace development trainings and workshops started in 2010, evolving into a nationally recognized program. What makes our training unique and successful is that we provide attendees the opportunity to learn from, shadow and network with our experienced trainers. With access best practice tools and resources, participants have a road map to reference and a peer learning community to ask questions as they return to their practices and organizations to apply their new learnings. Graduates report that our programs increase their confidence to support practices on their transformation journey and their supervisors have noted the cost and time value of attendance.