Monday June 7, 2021
HR Leader Model
By joining together, by raising our skills, and by speaking together in one voice, we can advance the cause for HR leadership in all of our health care organizations.
ASHHRA’s HR Leader Model is a five part model constructed in a way to inspire and guide HR professionals to new levels of skills, knowledge, behaviors and values.
Together, Health Care Business Knowledge and HR Delivery comprise the solid knowledge base for leadership in health care HR. From that foundation springs Community Citizenship and People Strategies, areas in which HR leaders can have a particular presence in health care organizations that value their employees, their patients and their communities.
At the core of the model is Personal Leadership, the heart and soul of excellence, both personally and professionally. Personal Leadership demonstrates and promotes the values of an organization, its vision, mission, guiding principles and culture – all of which are so necessary to achieve strategic business results.
The HR Leader Model design is based on the historical compass rose, which has appeared on the charts and maps of explorers since the 1300’s. The HR Leader logo, a symbol in motion, depicts the unfolding of the leader journey and represents the process of integrating goals, visions and dreams.
HR Leader Model
- Systems and Services
- Transactional Work
- Technology Systems and Solutions
- Metrics and Benchmarking
- Understanding the delivery of health care from the perspective of consumers, employees, payers, physicians and regulators.
- Supporting and exhibiting cross-functional capabilities.
- Applying best practices throughout the organization.
- Capture the hearts and minds of their people – to create the desired culture.
- Foster meaningful work that supports a high performance environment and effective delivery of care.
- Create operating models and structures that support the alignment of people, strategies and culture.
- Develop value-based leaders who have the ability to create a shared vision that delivers results for the organization.
- Attract and develop a diverse workforce that meets both the needs of patients and the community.
- Ensure that their organizations have talent management and succession planning in place to sustain delivery of care.
- Building relationships with internal and external stakeholders by connecting community to business results
- Convening diverse groups to engage them in dialogue about the role of health care in the community
- Partnering with external communities to promote the development and growth of health care careers
- Personally participating in professional organizations, networks, and community boards
- Champion the mission and vision of their organizations.
- Display passionate dedication to the mission of health care, especially in the care of patients and families.
- Inspire, influence, and motivate others.
- Build trust through collaboration and consultation with stakeholders within the organization.
- Model transformational thinking and continuous improvement Focus on achieving exceptionally high standards and are accountable for results.
- Demonstrate self-awareness and self-motivation.
- Champion continuous learning and self-growth.
- Exhibit leadership through community service.