Successfully Transforming Regional Health Planning
?? March 2021
The workshop will walk you through the four key phases of our approach. How to develop an honest and shared understanding of your current reality, it's issues and its opportunities. How you can work across your region to develop a shared understanding of a future vision, and how to develop a clear understanding of what it takes to get there, acknowledging the various interacting forces at play and how you can effectually respond to them. We will also provide you with tools to develop a suite of actions that not only respond to immediate needs and priorities but help to create the conditions for long-term sustainable change.
The key outcomes from this workshop include:
- Systems Thinking is a practical and valuable approach to tackling many challenges in healthcare.
- An introduction to the many qualitative and quantitative tools that can be learnt and used effectively.
- While systems thinking is great for tackling complex issues, systems thinking does not itself have to be complex.
- Systems thinking offers a different way to see and understanding the world. ‘Seeing systems’ is a valuable perspective, that adds to the perspectives you already have. Systems Thinking is not ‘instead of’. It’s ‘as well as’.
These are the tools that you will need to make or contribute to the change in your region and counter those forces which undermine progress.
Places on this workshop are limited to book your place early
David has worked across the public and private sectors both locally and overseas. Bringing insights to the organisational setting by helping individuals and groups improve their understanding of, and ability to change the systems within which they live and work, he places a great deal of emphasis on bringing together best evidence and broad engagement within a systems framework.
He combines his extensive facilitation skills with a range of systems methods to help individuals and groups improve their understanding of the complex worlds within which they live and work, and their ability to design effective systems. Working with public and private sector clients and universities, David utilises qualitative and quantitative systems methods to guide his consulting and research work in the areas of health, social care and community development.
David is an Honorary Lecturer at the School of Population Health, University of Auckland and a Research Affiliate with the Centre for Sustainability at the University of Otago.
As a founding partner of Synergia, David has worked across the public and private sectors both locally and overseas. He is based in Auckland.
David is Synergia’s Managing Director, and has worked across a wide range of health and social care environments in New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom. This has given David a base of knowledge to draw on and to look for solutions to complex issues such as mental illness, disability and suicide prevention.
David's approach is based on a strong belief that working together is better. To harness each other skills, knowledge and experience. He gets the most out of working with others, in collaboration exploring issues, discussing ideas and bringing different perspectives to the table.
David has a strong analytics background and uses data – hard or soft to inform the investigation, design and implementation of solutions. David believes it is critically important that we move past opinions and bias to decisions that are grounded in theory and the evidence.
Who Should Attend?
The target audience are mid-level managers across the health sector but this workshop has relevance for wider social service agencies as well. The core criteria is that delegates have a responsibility for managing and improving some aspect of their organisation. These could be clinical and non-clinical roles.
?? March 2021
Price & Registration
$395 inclusive of GST
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