Ontario Hospital Association
Behind closed doors, TTU founder, director and co-author Nik Gowing emboldened almost two hundred CEO’s and board chairs of medical facilities from the Ontario Hospital Association in Canada to thrive on change.
Each faces a formidable task and deadline to restructure their hospitals. The new political demands are creating significant strain for the executives from all directions. They are confronting growing resource and funding problems. Conformity is handicapping their ability to do what is needed. Public confidence is being drained by the ever rising need for patients to be cared for in ‘hallways’. The TTU challenge for Nik was to reassure and help them realise that their predicament is a universal problem for leaders everywhere these days. Huge numbers of top executives globally face identical stresses from the scale and nature of the new disruptions. New unthinkables are in reality new unpalatables which as executives they have no option but to confront at high speed.
After the briefing and brainstorming executives described the experience as “positive”, “cathartic” and “what we needed”. The OHA assessment given enthusiastically after the session was “Well done. Thank you. Ten out Ten!”