NCHL National Health Leadership Survey Benchmarking

NCHL National Health Leadership Survey Benchmarking

About the National Health Leadership Survey & the Best Organizations for Leadership Development

The National Health Leadership Survey has been conducted since 2007 to provide data on evidence-based approaches to leadership development including attracting and selecting leaders, talent management, diversity leadership, and succession planning. All organizations that participate in this biennial survey  receive a complimentary benchmarking scorecard and have the chance to be recognized as a Best Organization for Leadership Development (BOLD).

Best Organizations for Leadership Development (BOLD) identifies and recognizes the use of evidence-based leadership development practices in healthcare systems based on responses to the National Health Leadership Survey. Since 2014, the biennial BOLD Award recognizes hospitals and health systems that are leading the field in preparing current and future generations of leaders needed to transform our health system. BOLD top-ranking and honorable mention organizations are recognized at the Human Capital Investment Conference in November.


In 2020, the NCHL National Health Leadership Survey and BOLD Award will launch again around April. If your organization is interested in participating in BOLD 2020, please fill out this interest form for more information.

Resources
The Score Card
Download an Example Benchmarking Score Card
Related Publications Crowe, D., Garman, A.N., Li, C. C., Helton, J., Anderson, M. M., & Butler, P. (2017). Leadership development practices and hospital financial outcomes. Health Services Management Research, 30(3), 140–147.
Li, C., Barth, P., Garman, A. N., Anderson, M. A., & Butler, P. (2017). Leadership development practices and patient satisfaction: A study of U.S. academic medical centers. Patient Experience Journal, 4(1), 97–102.