Mission Statement Train the Trainer

Report
CHE Trinity Health
Mission Statement
Presented by members of the Mission
Integration team
January, 2014
Introductions…
Philip Boyle
VP, Mission and Ethics
Martha Conroy
Director, Ministry Formation
Laurie Lennon Hynes
Director, Mission and Ministry Formation
Jim Letourneau
Director, Mission and Spirituality
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Roles in the Mission Statement / Core Values
Rollout
Philip Boyle and Alan Sanders
• (Philip) Leads overall strategic
direction
• Provide theological content
• Co-facilitate Mission and Core Value
webinars
• Design, develop and author
- “Theological Background” essays
- “Exercises”
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Roles in the Mission Statement / Core Values
Rollout
Martha Conroy & Laurie Lennon
• Co-responsible for the “Train the
Trainer” webinars.
Jim Letourneau
• Manages the Mission Statement
and Core Values rollout process
• Composes the “Reflections.”
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Reflection
Reflection #1 (5 minute version)
Reading:
We, CHE Trinity Health,
Serve together in the spirit of the Gospel
As a compassionate and transforming healing presence
Within our communities.
Sharing
Closing Prayer
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There are two types of webinars:
Purpose
Train the Trainer
To introduce tools for the MCV
rollout process
MCV Webinar
To provide theological context and
discussion for each component of the
rollout
Audience
Mission leaders and Ambassadors
Anyone the RHM Mission leader
chooses to engage/invite
Schedule
Every other month beginning January Every other month beginning February
2014
2014
Frequency
Twice a month (the same webinar is
repeated, only attend one)
Once a month
Both webinars will be recorded if the schedule is incompatible with the intended
audience.
Duration
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One hour
30 minutes, with the expectation that
an RHM facilitator (i.e. a Mission leader
or Ambassador) facilitates an additional
30 minutes of discussion on the topic.
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Mission Statements
• Inspire those who carry out the mission
• Communicate who our stakeholders are
and how we provide value to them
• Declare our purpose: Why do we exist?
Theological Background
Theological Background
Theological Background
We, CHE Trinity Health,
Serve together in the spirit of the Gospel
As a compassionate and transforming healing presence
Within our communities.
We
• Radical interdependence
• Persons make it happen
• As big as a constellation
Theological Background
Serve
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“Come to serve, not be served”
Servant leadership
Sponsors responded to need
Person-centered care: meet person’s not our
needs
Theological Background
In the spirit of the Gospel
• All traditions have “good news”
• Heart of the “Gospel”—Caritas
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God is love
Theological Background
Compassionate
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Perception of Catholic health care
To be with suffering of others
Solidarity
Palliative care across the continuum
Theological Background
Transforming
• Biblical transformation
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Blind see
Lame walk
Dead are raised
• Sponsors transformation
Theological Background
Healing presence
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More than body
Body, mind and spirit
Palliative
Sacramental nature—God acts through ordinary
means
Theological Background
Within our communities
• “Our”—radical interdependence
• Challenge:
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Are we embedded?
Are we meeting the community’s need?
Accessing Resources
Accessing Resources
Accessing Resources
Accessing Resources
Resources: Overview
Categories (or Folders)
1. Theological Background
- Biblical Understanding
- Catholic Tradition
- Other Traditions
- Practical Applications
2. Reflections
3. Exercises
4. Other (to be developed)
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Reflections
Reflections
Reflections
• Three options
• Vary in length
• Each builds on
the other, so
content is
repeated
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Exercises
Exercises
Resources: Overview Exercises
Exercises
1. Intended for small
groups
2. Elements
- Learning Objective
- Facilitator Tips
- Content
Mission Statement:
Word Phrase Exercise
Learning Objective
At the completion of this 20-30 minute exercise
(depending on the size of the group size) the participant
will be to:
Relate key words and phrases from the CHE Trinity Health
Mission Statement to his/hers personal values
Facilitator Tips
READ the Mission statement twice.
ASK each participant to read one word or phrase from the Mission
Statement (below).
ASK each participant to circle a word or phrase that strikes them.
Mission Statement
We, CHE Trinity Health, serve together in the spirit of the
Gospel as a compassionate and transforming healing presence
within our communities.
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Word / Phrase Exercise
Learning Objective:
At the completion of this 20-30 minute exercise (depending on the size
of the group), the participant will be to:
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Relate key words / phrases from the CHE Trinity Health Mission
Statement to his/her personal values.
Enhance meaning and understanding of the CHE Trinity Health
Mission Statement.
This Exercise
• The facilitator asks participants to identify words/phrases from the
Mission Statement that strikes them
• Then participants are invited to reflect on and discuss questions
designed to deepen the connection between their personal values
and the Mission Statement.
Good Samaritan Exercise
Learning Objective:
At the completion of this 20-40 minute exercise (depending on the size
of the group), the participant will enhance his/her understanding of the
"The Good Samaritan" Scripture reading.
This Exercise
• The facilitator (or participant) reads the Good Samaritan Scripture
reading twice out loud.
• Then participants are asked to silently reflect on several questions
which connect the Scripture reading to our Mission Statement.
• The exercise concludes with group sharing.
Person-Centered Care exercise
Learning Objective:
At the completion of this 30-40 minute exercise (depending on the size
of the group), the participant will enhance his/her understanding of what
it means to be a "compassionate and healing presence" as it relates
to those the Regional Health Ministry serves and their families.
This Exercise
• Participants are asked in silence to write down their thoughts on a
variety of questions related to patient-centered care and its
relationship to the Mission Statement.
• The exercise concludes with group sharing.
Appreciative Inquiry exercise
Appreciative Inquiry
• Strength-based, capacity-building approach
• Discovering the very best in experience
• Leads to transformation of human systems
This Exercise
Captures the strength and power of a community
working toward a common goal.
Broadening Our Experience exercise
Different perspectives on our Mission
Statement:
• Current events: threats to our Mission?
• Decision-making
• “In your own words”
• Use of technology
Next Steps
Next Steps
What happens next?
The specifics of the Mission Statement / Core
Values rollout within an RHM are dependent
upon the leadership and decisions of the RHM
Mission leader(s). The tools presented here
are options for the RHM to use.
In March, an evaluation will be distributed to
the Mission leaders to measure the helpfulness
of these tools.
Questions
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