1) James Stoller, MD, MS, Cleveland Clinic
According to Webometrics, Cleveland Clinic is number 1 on list of the top 10 hospitals in the world.
Dr. Stoller, MD, MS, (Organizational Development), is the Chair of the Education Institute at the Cleveland Clinic and is responsible for learning at the hospital.
2) Robert J. Batory Senior Vice President, WellSpan Health
Mr. Batory has led the human resource management activities of WellSpan Health since 1991. With more than 30 years of health-care human resource management experience, he has been an active leader in the human resources profession.
The New Employee Orientation program focuses on the experience of the new employee and emphasizes welcoming, engaging, and inspiring. WellSpan Health employees are immersed in interactive experiences through the day, receiving a Passport booklet to guide them on their journey.
3) Joanna Weeks, Associate Director Workforce Development, Great Ormand street Hospital (GOSH)
London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital tops the list of best hospitals for children. It was the very first pediatric hospital in the world when it opened in 1852. It retains its fantastic facilities in part because it receives the royalties to Peter Pan (the play).
GOSH strive to create a learning culture for all staff, ensuring they receive continual support, education, and training to enhance their specialist skills and provide the best care for our exceptional patients. A wealth of training programmes are on offer including simulation, clinical skills, speciality training and leadership development, plus undergraduate and postgraduate academic education courses.
4)Lisa Bisaccia Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, CVS Health
Lisa Bisaccia is responsible for direction and management of all human resources functions across the company, including oversight of a billion-dollar benefits budget.
She has driven multiple strategic initiatives, including improving employee engagement and experience, redesigning health benefits for all employees and launching enterprise-wide talent management and leadership development systems. In addition, Bisaccia also oversees CVS Health’s Corporate Social Responsibility and Philanthropy department, which includes the CVS Health Foundation.
5) Gladys Lopez senior vice president and chief human resources officer.
In this role, Lopez oversees all human resources activities for the Norton Healthcare system, including operations, compensation and benefits, talent acquisition, and workforce development.
Norton Healthcare The Practice Manager Development Program is an immersive and interactive learning program that focuses on 4 essential elements of the practice manager role: effective leadership, practice operations, access to care, and patient experience.
6) Kristen Mulholland, Head of Human Resources, Global Pharmaceuticals Group and external innovation
Kristen Mulholland is responsible for the global talent, recruiting, diversity, compensation, benefits, employee relations, external innovation and all aspects of the human resources agenda for the pharmaceuticals group.
In 2017, the team made several strategic changes to the experience design, which resulted in significant cost savings, stronger engagement, and increased retention. The program exceeded benchmark data for ROI (6.42/7), business results (6.3/7), and job impact (6.4/7). Janssen reduced It’s scrap learning, which is saving $41,316 a year.
7) Leslie Rohde, Senior Director of Human Resources
As senior director of human resources at Johns Hopkins Community Physicians, Leslie Rohde, M.B.A., works to integrate multiple medical practices into the Johns Hopkins Health System and works directly with practicing physicians, physician leaders and administrators.
Johns Hopkins Community Physicians refined its existing safety officer program, which provides special training to a team member in each of 40 medical practices and sustains/builds knowledge in monthly online meetings. Refinements included incentives to participate in monthly meetings, and using stories to train. This “trained the trainers” of more than 600 front-line staff, and contributed to an 8% improvement in the organization’s safety climate.
8) Caroline Luscombe, Executive Vice President, Human Resources, Sanofi (China) Investment Co.
Ms. Luscombe was most recently Head of Organization and Human Resources and member of the Executive Committee at LafargeHolcim, based in Zurich, Switzerland. Before joining LafargeHolcim, Ms. Luscombe was the Global Head of Human Resources of Syngenta.
The Breakthrough BELBIN Team Leadership program at Sanofi (China) Investment Co., LTD., applies BELBIN Team Roles to enable managers to enhance self-awareness, better understand others, and improve team construction and composition. BELBIN Team program facilitates leaders to assess a current team’s strengths and weakness against its business goal, develop members and the team as a whole, and enhance the overall team’s performance. Participants demonstrated a 2.3% higher sales growth rate in 2016 versus non-participants
9) Elga Lohler, Chief Human Resources Officer, Smith & Nephew
Elga Lohler, as Director of HR and has since held progressively senior positions in Wound Management, Operations, Corporate Functions and Group. Elga became Chief Human Resources Officer in December 2015 and leads the Global Human Resources with more than 25 years worth of Human Resources experience.
Elga is responsible for driving Smith & Nephew’s human capital strategy across the enterprise in support of the Company’s overall business plan and strategic direction.
Smith & Nephew entirely mobile, electronic Plan of Action (ePOA) initiative is a learning program designed for Smith & Nephew sellers to develop their selling skills and improve product knowledge. Analysis of sales performance showed that the sellers in the organization who completed all of the ePOA assets increased sales at a 13% rate versus the sellers who did not complete all the learning assets and had a 5% increase.
10)Christopher Lind, Talent Development, & Culture, GE Healthcare
Christopher Lind is a talent development leader that’s spent over 15 years working with business leaders to collaboratively improve performance. He has 15 years of learning and talent development experience while also having 10 years of experience leading, developing and coaching high-performing teams.
Lind leads the organization accountable for the digital transformation of learning and talent development within GE Healthcare’s global commercial and marketing functions. Establishing the learning and talent organization responsible for supporting GE Healthcare’s global marketing function. He also Led the standardization and architecture of GE Healthcare’s global leadership development program.