A HealthDoers Learning Lab: Communities of Excellence // Using a Baldrige Framework to Drive Transformation

Date(s) - 02/09/2017
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

February 9, 2017 – 12:00pm-1:00pm ET

 Event Description: Please join us on February 9th from 12:00-1:00 pm ET for Part IV of a Learning Lab series on Communities of Excellence: Using a Baldrige Framework to Drive Transformation. This five part series will share a framework for a systems-based approach to facilitating “community performance excellence”. Beginning with background context and the “why” of this approach, the series will also share success stories from high-performing communities and key learnings from field experts. It will culminate in a focus on sustainability and spreading what works. View a kickoff post in the HealthDoers Platform here for more information.

Part IV:

“Continue the Learning from San Diego
COE Framework: Aligning Community and Organization”

Series host Stephanie Norling of Communities of Excellence 2026 will be joined by Anabel Poole, Chief of Agency Operations for the County of San Diego, Health and Human Services Agency.

Guest Presenter Anabel Poole will discuss San Diego County’s Health and Human Services Agency Baldrige journey and how implementing the Communities of Excellence Framework has resulted in key insights regarding the way the Agency operates in the community.

Participants in this Learning Lab will:
• Understand the some of the pre-conditions to a successful community excellence journey
• Recognize how the COE Framework improves an organization’s understanding of their community and their own Corporate Social Responsibilities

This Learning Lab will be a special edition open to all interested attendees (no attendance cap). Please note: Learning Labs are not passive webinars. Attendees are expected to engage actively by using both audio and video. Connecting via computer, tablet, or smartphone is highly encouraged vs. the dial-in option.

 Event Linkhttps://nrhi.zoom.us/webinar/register/c757be7840758df6dc2040ba88984b7b