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RWHC Office & Training Center 880 Independence Ln
Sauk City
Wisconsin
53583
United States
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Lean Residency Program

Event Starts: 11/21/2022

Event Ends: 3/13/2023

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RWHC Lean Residency Program

Program Dates:

November 21, 2022 through March 13, 2023

Four 2-day and one 1-day learning sessions, plus three 3-hour Virtual coaching sessions* – see schedule below.

First day of 2-day session is 12:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. CT

Second day of 2-day sessionis 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. CT

Final session on March 13th is 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. CT

Location

RWHC Office & Training Center
880 Independence Lane
Sauk City, WI 53583

Application Deadline: October 30th, 2022

Fee

$2,750* per participant
$2,500* per participant if two or more register

Fee includes program handouts and refreshments. Lunch is provided on Day 2 only.
 

register here* The Wisconsin Office of Rural Health (WORH) is able to provide $1,000 registration stipends through the Medicare Rural Hospital Flexibility Program Grant to Critical Access Hospitals and hospitals under 50 beds. This is limited to the first 10 participants.

Please Note: The program fee is NON-refundable. Do not send payment; RWHC will invoice your organization. Upon payment to RWHC, your facility will receive information regarding reimbursement by WORH. Substitutions may be made up to the beginning of the first residency session.

Program Description
The intent of the program is to help leaders understand the basic principles of Lean including its impact on problem solving, leadership, engagement and culture. Following the completion of this program, leaders will be able to identify waste, manage projects efficiently, utilize Lean tools, engage and empowering their staff, and develop a team of change agents. The impact of this program has potential to spark positive change within departments, across various levels of patient care and ultimately your overall culture.

*What is included in our coaching sessions?
The sessions will include instructor facilitated hands-on working time of the concepts learned.

Target Audience
Leaders/Supervisors/Managers/Directors. Individual attendees from an organization are very welcome, though we have learned that signing up two or more leaders from one organization to attend together enhances the learning experience. The commitment is for the full program.

Program Coordinator
Erin Smital, RN, Nursing Professional Development Educator, Nurse Residency Coordinator, RWHC Click here to contact Erin, or call 608-643-1066.

Instructors

Erin Smital

Erin Smital, RN, is the Nursing Professional Development Educator, Nurse Residency Coordinator and Lean Residency Coordinator at the Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative. Along with being an RN, Erin brings forward years of experience in various leadership roles in and out of healthcare. In addition to developing and presenting numerous leadership and nursing focused workshops, she also provides training in de-escalation as a Certified Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Instructor. 

Erin Daniels

Erin Daniels, is the Regional Vice President for Continuous Improvement at SSM Health where she is responsible for the planning, development and execution of the strategic direction of continuous improvement for the Wisconsin region ministries.  Erin has experience in a variety of leadership roles in various healthcare organizations including clinical operations, continuous improvement, organizational development and human resources.

Program Objectives

  • Understand the principles of Lean including its impact on problem solving, leadership, engagement and culture
  • Identify and use Lean tools that help aid in problem solving
  • Discover how to empower and coach staff to utilize the Lean tools
  • Understand how to engage staff in owning their work and using the tools to improve their work
  • Identify leadership skills needed to create highly engaged teams
  • Differentiate what it means to lead versus manage others
  • Identify your social style, how it impacts your leadership style and how to engage team members and work collaboratively with others
TESTIMONIALS

I have learned so much about not only myself, but the leader I want to be. I feel the tools will be very helpful in my growth as a leader and will give many opportunities to eliminate waste and improve processes for our staff and patients."

- Jen H., Lean Residency Participant

"Wow, not sure where to start or stop. This program has been a wonderful engaging experience, from the hands-on learning to the interacting with others to work through the Lean principles and apply them back to our work."

- Deb B., Lean Residency Participant

"I’ve learned it’s not about the tools, it’s about the conversation. Don’t lose the team in the tools. Engage in conversation geared towards similar outcomes that would have come from the tools."
 

- Courtney K., Lean Residency Participant

"I see the value and importance of this work and get inspired to help as many people/areas as possible. Now I feel equipped to do so and know that this is a lifelong learning journey. Always PDSA…embrace continuous improvement."

- Kris A., Lean Residency Participant

"It allows me to have purpose, passion, and potential to be better. Be intentional and just start somewhere. Do not let perfection get in the way of progress."
 

- Stacy K., Lean Residency Participant

"I have a better understanding of process improvement work and identification of the tools used to complete the work. It will allow me to help explain the why and make things visual to the teams I lead to improve outcomes."

- Chris S., Lean Residency Participant


2022-23 Schedule

Date

Virtual Coaching Sessions*

Learning Sessions

FOCUS

November 21 & 22, 2022

December 7, 2022
(9 am-noon)

Via Zoom

SESSION 1:

Lean Leadership

“How do I show up as a Lean Leader?”

“What is Lean and how does it apply to me as a leader in healthcare?"

  • Introduction of Coaching
  • Coach vs. Manager
  • Social Styles – learning more about ourselves as leaders and how we can impact our teams
  • Humble Inquiry
  • Building Trust & Safety
  • Increasing Engagement Through:
    • Autonomy
    • Mastery
    • Purpose
  • Removing Blame and Judgment
  • Creating the “Why”
  • Support with Change
  • Introduction of Lean
  • Concepts of Value and the Voice of the Customer

December 19 & 20, 2022

January 19, 2023
(9 am-noon)

Via Zoom

SESSION 2:

Lean Tools and Environment

“What tools can we utilize to help my team move toward a specific goal?”

“How do I set my environment up for success?”

  • 9 Wastes
  • 4 Rules in Use
  • PDSA Cycle
  • Observation
  • Data Collection
  • Value Stream Map
  • A-3
  • Process Flow Chart
  • SIPOC
  • Understanding Flow
  • Standard Work

January 30 & 31, 2023

February 15, 2023
(9 am-noon)
Via Zoom

SESSION 3:

Lean Daily Management

“How do we make Lean a part of how we work?”

  • 6S 
  • Visual Management
  • Kamishibai Board
  • Kanban System Measuring Performance
    • Cascading metrics/Strategic alignment
    • Key Performance Indicators
    • Leading vs. Lagging Data & Metrics - How do you know how your business is doing today?
  • Huddle Board Elements
    • Performance Metrics
    • Problem Solving
    • Recognition
    • Safety Concerns
    • Daily Operations
  • Team Huddles
  • Brilliant Ideas – Encouraging Front Line Problem Solving
  • Gemba Walks
     

February 27 & 28, 2023

SESSION 4:
Lean Leadership

“How do we make Lean a part of how we lead?”

  • Leadership Standard Work
  • 1:1s
  • Dealing with Conflict/Managing difficult conversations
  • Coaching on the Spot
  • Communication Across Departments
  • Coaching and guiding performance improvement
  • Assessing Engagement
  • Stay Interview Questions
March 13, 2023

SESSION 5:
Lean Future

"How do we make it part of our culture?"
  • Putting it all together: Leadership philosophy, coaching and the tools
  • Building an engaged team
  • Champions of Change
  • Strategy Alignment
  • Identifying organizational, personal and Lean values and alignment with leadership style
  • Creation of a personal commitment and action plan to take forward learnings
  • Sharing Key Learnings, Project Outcomes, Personal “wins”
  • Graduation
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