Facility: Methodist Health System, Dallas TX Department: Organizational Effectiveness - Full-time - 8:30 - Day
The Methodist Health System (MHS) Organizational Effectiveness (OE) Team collaborates with leaders and their teams to drive our organization's vision and to ensure the successful achievement of MHS business goals and objectives.
The OE Team is seeking a talented and experienced Organizational Effectiveness Director to strengthen alignment between identified business priorities and organizational vision and strategy and help improve the overall effectiveness of the organization from a human performance, leadership, and process perspective.
The Director of Organizational Effectiveness, along with the members of the OE Team, is responsible for supporting local and system-wide human resource development initiatives aimed at enhancing staff, leader, departmental, and organizational performance. The OE Director partners with key business leaders and Human Resources to drive end-to-end design, deployment, and reinforcement of organizational effectiveness programs, strategies, and interventions as well as to measure the effectiveness of these initiatives and report results to key stakeholders. The position reports to the VP of Organizational Effectiveness and Patient Experience.
If you hope to be a part of a collaborative and diverse team, enjoy working through challenges and want to be a part of an organization that is dedicated to their mission of improving and saving lives through compassionate, quality health care, we hope you consider joining our team at Methodist Health System! We will help you fulfill your goals, while you help us fulfill our mission and achieve our vision.
Master's degree in a related discipline (Organizational Development, Organizational Management, Business Administration, HRD, I/O Psychology, HR, or related field)
Certification and/or experience administering commonly used OE and leadership development tools (e.g., multi-rater feedback, style/personality assessments, team building tools, etc.) and learning curriculums preferred
CPLP or PHR certification preferred
Related Work Experience:
Minimum of 7 years' progressive experience in L&D, OD, OE, HR or Talent Management; 10+ years highly preferred
Proven ability to effectively lead, guide, and develop a team of talented professionals
Strong working knowledge of and demonstrated competency in developing, adapting and applying appropriate OD/OE and change management models, methods, practices, tools and current trends
Experience in effectively consulting with and influencing leaders at all levels of the organization, including executives. Ability to work cooperatively across organizational boundaries and provide exceptional internal and external customer service
Solid competency in large group facilitation and session planning, individual and team coaching, and the design and delivery of leadership and team development sessions
Demonstrated ability to recognize and define problems, collect and analyze data, determine root cause, and identify and implement optimal solutions
Expertise in effectively prioritizing, managing, and executing simultaneous tasks, projects, and programs
Ability to think strategically and systematically and achieve results while collaborating across organizational boundaries
Demonstrated success in developing content for e-learning and instructor-led delivery, applying best practices of instructional and visual design. Working knowledge of storyboarding, technical communications, graphics, and video development
Knowledge of current trends, practices, and best practices in the disciplines related to OD/OE, L&D, and leadership development
Experience in a role of this type in the healthcare context
Experience with implementation and/or improvement of programs across the talent management continuum (including on-boarding/orientation, performance management, emerging and existing leadership development, and succession planning)
Working knowledge of and experience with continuous process improvement methodologies and tools
Identify organizational performance and learning needs. Effectively develop, implement, deliver and evaluate solutions to meet those needs. Key areas of focus include development at all organizational levels, human performance and process improvement, customer service excellence, and maximizing employee and physician engagement
Lead a team of OE professionals. Provide clear direction, task clarity, and consistent, balanced performance feedback. Cultivate an engaging work environment for the team with a focus on developing and empowering each member
Assess organizational, team, and individual development needs and surface human performance gaps. Develop and implement cost-effective solutions, monitor change efforts, and evaluate results.
Provide internal consulting to the organization and its leaders in order to assist in driving successful business results and employee effectiveness. Provide coaching and development planning to individual leaders
Analyze and evaluate results regarding the value or impact of performance-enhancing or developmentally-focused solutions and leverage findings to increase workforce effectiveness. Develop and/or integrate innovative performance-enhancing tools for the workforce
Develop project structure, approach and plans for organizational effectiveness and leadership development interventions, working on both an individual basis and with teams, while engaging and collaborating with appropriate key stakeholders
Oversee and contribute to the design and implementation of a system-wide staff and leadership development strategy including curriculum design, delivery plan, and design of supporting processes. Maintain and ensure the effective administration of Methodist's learning management system (Methodist University) and virtual learning platform
Cultivate and maintain strong working partnerships with key MHS leadership, HR, Nursing Education and Professional Development (NEPD), and other internal and external strategic colleagues
Who We Are
Dallas-based Methodist Health System has been recognized by Modern Healthcare as one of the fastest-growing health systems in the U.S. Over the past decade, our nonprofit health system has tripled in size. Ten hospitals proudly carry the Methodist name as part of Methodist Health System or through joint-venture affiliations. Soon our 11th hospital will open in Midlothian. Our wholly owned, full-service facilities and physician organization include Methodist Dallas, Methodist Charlton, Methodist Mansfield, and Methodist Richardson Medical Centers; Methodist Campus for Continuing Care; and Methodist Medical Group, the physician organization affiliated with Methodist Health System. We're proud to be the first member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network in Texas, where we collaborate with a national leader in healthcare to improve the delivery of care through shared medical knowledge and research. Professionals thrive at Methodist, which is why we've earned:
A Best Place to Work 15 years running by the Dallas Business Journal
150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare by Becker's Hospital Review eight years in a row.
In 2018, ranked No. 2 Top Hospitals and Health Systems in America by DiversityInc.
Where You Will SHINE
Methodist Health System believes its greatest asset is the team members in our organization that values and encourages diversity and inclusion in all aspects of our organization. These are our guiding principles:
To improve and save lives through compassionate quality health care.
Vision for the Future
To be the trusted provider of integrated quality health care in North Texas.
Methodist Health System core values reflect our historic commitment to Christian concepts of life and learning:
Servant Heart - compassionately putting others first Hospitality - offering a welcoming and caring environment Innovation - courageous creativity and commitment to quality Noble - unwavering honesty and integrity Enthusiasm - celebration of individual and team accomplishment Skillful - dedicated to learning and excellence
Where You Are Valued
We know that employees who are happy, healthy, and fulfilled take better care of patients. We also know that caring for our employees as individuals makes us a better organization. Our benefits include:
Medical plan choices
Dental and vision plans
Employee assistance program
Flexible spending account
Paid time off
Extended illness benefits
Weight management, tobacco cessation, and prenatal programs