Welcome to the Organization Development and Training Leadership website. This site is dedicated to providing employees with the right tools to build and strengthen their leadership skills throughout Johns Hopkins Health System.
"Leadership Development is a lifetime journey, not a quick trip."
Quote by John Maxwell
A "Best Practice" is the belief that there is a method, process, activity, incentive or reward that is more effective at delivering a particular outcome than any other technique or method. Does your department have a Best Practice?
Each year, managers, supervisors and above are invited to attend a broadcast of the one-day leadership development speaker series. The day includes a viewing of presentations from world-renowned leaders and a chance to enhance leadership skills and network with co-workers. Learn more about and watch previous presentations.
Code of Conduct
The Leadership Development Toolkit was created to help you structure development opportunities to build your leadership skills or the leadership skills of your employees. The Toolkit provides you with a listing of activities/tips, courses and references that specifically apply to leadership competencies measured by the JHH Management Job Description.
The Games Section is a creative learning tool to help leadership in understanding and examining the behavior of employees in their work enviornment or within specific situations. It focuses on the styles and preferences of such behavior. DiSC Reinforcement
Through more than 30 years of in-depth research involving more than 15 million employees, Gallup has developed and identified 12 core elements -- the Q12 -- that link powerfully to crucial business outcomes. Q12 Explanations
As well as the Q12 explanations, we also have included Actions Steps to use with your team and employees. The Actions Steps have been developed in conjunction with the book "12". Actions Steps
HR Leadership Insight Sessions
Please click here to access information and materials from the HR Leadership Insight sessions throughout 2010.
The Interview Guide contains questions to assess each candidate's score on the competencies that The Johns Hopkins Hospital believes are needed to be an effective leader. There is a Interview Guide for an Administrator/Director Level, a Manager Level, and a Supervisor Level. Please click here to view all the Interview Guides.
Strengths Interview Tool
The Strengths Interview Tool is used to help uncover the strengths and weaknesses of your employees. During your regularly scheduled "one-on-one" meetings, we suggest that you use the questions within this document to begin the conversations with your employees.
Please click here for your guide to retaining your new employees.
Problem Solving Templates
- Systematic Problem Solving
- Root Cause Analysis
- Impact Analysis
- Criteria Based Grid
- Performance Analysis Worksheet
New Manager Survival Guide
Dan Pink's talk at the RSA, illustrates the hidden truths behind what really motivates us at home and in the workplace. Please click here for the video.
Ken Robinson says schools kill creativity. Please click here for the video.
2010 Chick-fil-A Leadercast Videos. Please cick here to view them.
Fishermen Break Tradition to Keep Jobs. Instead of competing against one another as they had done before, the fisherman formed a co-op. Please click here to listen to the sound clip.