Pathways to Greatness Program: Call for Entries
Define what makes an aging-services organization great by participating in the national Pathways to Greatness Recognition Program (P2G) this year. Share your experience, and contribute to innovation in the aging-services field.
Applications for the 2013 P2G program have closed. The honoree will be announced at the LeadingAge Annual Meeting in Dallas, Texas, October 27 - 30, 2013.
Several years ago, LeadingAge joined with two other aging-services organizations to launch the Quality First initiative for providers striving to excel in aging services and earn public trust. More than 60 percent of LeadingAge members have signed the Quality First Covenant committing to continuously improve their quality. Since Quality First was launched, LeadingAge has given members numerous tools to engage in self-assessment and communicate their commitment to quality.
P2G, co-sponsored by LeadingAge and CliftonLarsonAllen, is a national program to help LeadingAge members move forward on their Quality First journeys. It is designed to define the primary attributes of high-quality aging-services organizations and recognize them for their excellence.
The selection process
The criteria for reviewing and assessing the applications were set by a seven-member steering committee and included CEOs of aging-services organizations across the country. The criteria for assessing P2G applicants include five categories:
Announcement of award recipient
The organization(s) chosen to be honored each year will receive recognition at the LeadingAge annual meeting and exposition.
We’re committed to identifying the traits of high-performing organizations, so aging-services providers can:
- Define their own paths to achieving greatness
- Learn from and capitalize on proven best practices
- Use disciplined processes to improve and measure results
- Develop a committed and skilled workforce
We hope our findings help accelerate your organization’s pathway to greatness by learning from what has made other older adult service organizations successful and adopting those lessons that align with your organization’s philosophy and needs.
Past award recipients
Many past applicants don’t consider themselves the epitome of “greatness.” Generally, they have participated in this program to get one step closer to the goal of achieving greatness.
Learn about past Pathways to Greatness award recipients.
Nicole Fallon, Health Care Manager Consultant
firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-376-4843
Mike Slavik, Health Care Partner
email@example.com or 617-984-8116