Change Management and Concepts of ‘New Power’

Learn how to survive in a rapidly changing world: considering the COVID-19 pandemic, the principles of achieving change at scale and pace will be explained.

This virtual program will equip you with the skills to not only manage change but also improve the quality of care for your consumers. Most people believe that change is hard, however, given the right circumstances change at scale and pace is very achievable.  Three case studies will be used to demonstrate the approach; 

  • COVID-19 pandemic - how spread of the disease was arrested across Australia in 2020
  • #End PJ paralysis - the successful global campaign aimed at improving outcomes for older persons in hospitals, and
  • Residential dementia units - the innovative program of night staff wearing PJs to improve night time routines and sleep for residents.

These case studies provide important insights and demonstrate contemporary approaches to maximise your success. 

JOIN US FOR THIS FREE EVENT FROM THE ACHS IMPROVEMENT ACADEMY

Key Outcomes:

  • How to maximise personal effectiveness in a change process that drives quality improvement and consumer safety
  • The importance of effective leadership and governance of change 
  • Principles of being a ‘social leader’
  • Models for leading a change process, including ‘new power’ paradigms
  • Harnessing this knowledge to improve the quality of care for consumers.

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WHEN: 

 

Thursday, 22 July 2021 at 12 pm - 1 pm (AEDT)

COST:

 
FREE

DURATION:

 

1 Hour

HOST:


 

Adj Assoc/Professor Bernie Harrison

Director, ACHS Improvement Academy.

SECTOR:

 

Aged Care, Disability, Mental Health, Hospitals

WHO: 

 

Executives, Managers, Clinicians, Consumer and Patient Advocates  

HOW:

  

Interaction via ZOOM

 

Click Here to Register through Zoom


Last Review Date 23 July 2021

Overall the service provided is of a high standard and staff and surveyors are all very helpful and friendly.

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