Whether or not the start of a new calendar year aligns with your organization’s fiscal year, this time of the year can serve as an important checkpoint to start planning for success in the new year. While many organizations are looking back at the past year in review, the strategic organization always keeps an eye to the future and has a plan in place well in advance to keep growing and moving forward.
In today’s constantly changing and evolving world, it’s more important than ever for organizations to take a strategic approach that can guide them through uncertainty. This requires both resilience and agility, which are skills that organizations can work to build and cultivate into their culture and values so that they can adapt to every-changing circumstances more easily.
For behavioral health and human services organizations in particular, being able to move quickly enough to adapt to rapid changes can pose some significant challenges. However, with a few strength and conditioning exercises, your organization can build the resilience it needs to face off now and in the future.
Operational Efficiency is the Key to Team Success and Sustainability
In 2023, behavioral health and human services executives indicated that recruiting, staffing, retention, and engagement are all top priorities for them. At the root of all of these initiatives is the need for efficient and effective processes. For recruiting, having a fair and streamlined process for hiring can help get people in the door faster. Efficient workflows can help employees work more effectively, keeping them engaged on the meaningful aspects of their job. Operational efficiency isn’t just about the bottom line; it’s also the starting position for all of your people initiatives. That’s why it also serves as the first step toward digital transformation.
Flip through this guide for more information on getting started on your digital transformation and identifying the solutions that will best suit your needs.