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Speed to Trust: What Can We Gain with Better Senior Leader Rounding?

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Today’s Healthcare Experience Matters podcast episode features a recent webinar from the Healthcare Experience Foundation (HXF). This webinar is entitled, “Speed to Trust: What Can We Gain with Better Senior Leader Rounding?”

If you missed the webinar earlier this month, we are making it available now and fully on-demand through our weekly podcast. This recording has been edited and shortened for a friendly podcast listening experience. 

The discussion is led by Katie Owens. Katie is Co-Founder and President of HXF. To help put things into perspective, Katie starts this webinar with a powerful quote from American author and organizational anthropologist, Judith Glaser: 

"To get to the next level of greatness depends on the quality of the culture, which depends on the quality of relationships, which depends on the quality of conversations. Everything happens through conversations."

This quote illustrates the challenge of restoring a culture of trust and confidence in the workforce, a key theme throughout today’s webinar. 

About This Webinar

You likely face challenges that many executives and senior teams encounter… your sphere of influence extends beyond what you realize, and yet, you are perceived by staff and physicians as far less visible than you intend. Senior Leader Rounding is not new, and effective senior leader rounding is timeless.

Many times, individuals and teams miss opportunities to shorten the distance between the executive suite and the bedside. Imagine your organization having a thriving senior leader individual and team presence and being able to nurture your workforce and create unprecedented alignment. 

In this webinar, available now via the Healthcare Experience Matters podcast channel, we are sharing our experience working with over 200 executive teams to rebuild and restore their focus on senior leader rounding and visibility.

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    Learn About HXF Academy

    Have you checked out the Healthcare Experience Academy yet? You will definitely want to view our catalogue today. 

    With many eCourses now available about improving the healthcare experience, you will be able to explore topics related to our weekly podcast in further detail.  

    Healthcare experiences are made up of a million small encounters, each adding up to one big impression of your organization. The Healthcare Experience Academy from HXF empowers you to make sure the impression you and your team leave is a positive one.

    More From Katie Owens

    As President of the Healthcare Experience Foundation, Katie has led teams of expert coaches dedicated to improving the quality of the patient experience. Her work has been instrumental in supporting the patient experience in many ways.

    As she mentions on this recording, the HXF mission starts with creating a culture that engages leaders, staff, and physicians so they are positioned to best ensure excellent (and consistent) patient and family experiences.  

    Katie believes that every organization should have access to resources for engaging patients and developing their workforce. She has made many enthusiastic appearances on this podcast. You can catch her three most recent episodes here:

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  • Tackling Compassion Fatigue, an Interview with Katie Owens 
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