"Efforts to enhance the health of the communities we serve is a huge undertaking, and this requires leaders to demonstrate an ecosystem view by focusing resources on understanding the needs of their community."
Dedicated to creating high-performing leaders across the health industry, TLD Group’s research team created the Health Ecosystem Leadership Model (HELM) to guide our leadership development work with executives, clinicians, teams, and organizations.
HELM™ offers a framework for how leaders can generate cross-sector solutions to the healthcare industry’s most pressing needs and is geared around the following capabilities:
|Envision the Future||
Along the way toward developing collaborative solutions, the partnership will likely be faced with some bumps along the road. To overcome these obstacles, it’s important that leaders focus on opportunity, and remind themselves as to why the partnership was developed in the first place. This may lead to difficult conversations, but in having these conversations the stakeholders can resolve points of tension, clarify roles, and re-align on ways the respective organizations can interface effectively.
|Act and Learn||
Of course, leaders must take steps toward advancing the shared vision that was created at the onset of the collaboration, which may require acting under uncertain conditions. It is critical to be open to giving and receiving feedback in the interest of evolving that vision to the benefit of all parties.
Our model takes a strategic approach. Our health industry focus enables us to recognize what separates success from derailment for leaders in any role, function, or sector within the industry.
Our support goes beyond assessment. We offer individuals feedback sessions and development planning, as well as ongoing support, coaching, and development.
Our HELM solutions are flexible. Our clients can tailor our research‐based content to their organization’s business, its needs, and its culture.
Our HELM Value. Companies that use The Leadership Development Group’s HELM assessment tools during the assessment, selection, and development process reap the rewards of collaborative leadership.
Assessments are a fundamental tool we use to help our clients uncover new ways to communicate, collaborate and resolve conflict. They provide an objective, common language that every member of a team can work from as a baseline when interacting and reacting with one another.
Our proven methods for measuring HELM leader performance, potential, readiness, and fit enables organizations in the health industry to make strategic assessment, development, selection, and promotion decisions with more confidence than ever before.
Our HELM self assessment process combines rigorous scientific assessment and the art of experienced insight to help identify and develop health ecosystem leadership skills.
Leadership success requires the right mix of talents, behaviors, interests, and experiences. Our HELM 360 Leadership Assessment helps leaders discover new ways to communicate, collaborate, and resolve conflict.
We are pleased to share our HELM resources, research insights, and thought leadership from experts across the ecosystem.
Population health and community well-being is a shared responsibility. Whether you lead in a provider, payer, pharmaceutical, or health adjacent organization, collaborating with diverse stakeholders is the only way enhance public health. Yet, many current leaders lack the formal training in ecosystem leadership. Download our guide and discover how to reframe your mindset toward thinking about health as an interconnected ecosystem.
Join us to learn from the best and brightest health ecosystem leaders who share practical examples of how they have successfully built partnerships and collaborations with diverse stakeholders that lead to positive outcomes for their organizations, their patients, and the communities they serve.
From Competition to Collaboration, written by TLD Group President and Founder Tracy Duberman, PhD and Robert Sachs TLD Group Advisory Board Chair, explains how healthcare leaders can navigate the difficult issues that arise when multiple organizations from different sectors and with different operating models, objectives, and cultures work together toward a shared purpose.
Experts on leading from across the sectors of the health ecosystem share their stories of how they built successful cross sector collaborations to impact health and wellness.