Constructive Culture Keeps Turnover Ridiculously Low | Presented by Scott Goodspeed, Stroudwater Associates

Wednesday, January 25, 2017
10 AM Pacific / 12 PM Central / 1 PM Eastern

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Is your organization struggling to attract and retain top talent? With a tight labor market and high demand for healthcare services, a “constructive culture” can help you achieve a culture based on excellence, authenticity, support and trust. Constructive cultures* are those in which members are encouraged to interact with people and approach tasks in ways that will help them meet their higher order satisfaction needs.

In this webinar, you’ll learn how healthcare organizations can approach the human side of the business for better financial, quality and team performance. You’ll get key takeaways on how to create a constructive culture, how your management style impacts culture, and the steps leading to higher satisfaction and ridiculously low turnover.

About the Presenter

Scott W Goodspeed StroudwaterScott W. Goodspeed has served as the president and CEO for four hospitals. As a director with Stroudwater Associates, he helps healthcare leaders with accelerated operations improvement, revenue enhancement strategies, improved cash flow, operating cost reduction and action-oriented strategic assessment options.

Scott’s most recent book, “Community Stewardship: Applying the Five Principles of Contemporary Governance,” was published by American Hospital Publishing; he is currently researching a second book. He completed his doctorate in Health Administration and Leadership from the Medical University of South Carolina and received his Master’s degree in Hospital Administration from the University of Minnesota.

About Stroudwater Associates

Stroudwater Associates is a leading national healthcare consulting firm specializing in mission-critical strategic, operational and financial solutions for healthcare leaders’ most pressing challenges.

Recognized nationally in markets from rural to community hospitals, healthcare systems, managed care and large physician groups, Stroudwater practice areas include:

  • Strategic, financial and operational business planning
  • Valuation services
  • Affiliations, joint ventures, and divestitures
  • Capital planning services
  • Cultural Assessment and action planning
  • Revenue cycle and pricing services
  • Population health, provider capitation revenue models, and value-based physician compensation
  • Physician alignment, medical staff development, and practice management
  • Service line development
  • Performance measurement and operational improvement
  • Facility strategy development

Founded in 1985, Stroudwater has offices in Portland (Maine), Nashville and Atlanta.

*As defined by Human Synergistics International