Cases on Instructional Design and Performance Outcomes in Medical Education
This case study examines how a rural healthcare system implemented LeaderLaunch, a leadership development program specifically supporting all front-line to director-level leaders employed within the organization’s facilities. John DeJoria, the healthcare system’s Director of Organizational Development, is a seasoned instructional designer and Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) who was charged with the opportunity of determining the system’s leadership development needs and responding with aligned performance improvement interventions, intended to build competency and capacity in current, new, and emerging leadership. This case explains how John and his team designed, conducted, and utilized a three phase needs assessment to select and design instructional and non-instructional interventions.
Original Publication Citation
Freeman, C. (2020). Leader launch: A needs assessment and intervention for effective leadership development in healthcare. In J. Stefaniak (Ed.), Cases on Instructional Design and Performance Outcomes in Medical Education (pp. 235-260). IGI Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-7998-5092-2.ch012
Freeman, Candice, "Leader Launch: A Needs Assessment and Intervention for Effective Leadership Development in Healthcare" (2020). STEMPS Faculty Publications. 135.