Leaders are now faced with a new health reality of constant change, uncertain, very complex and unclear challenges. And to be successful and thrive in this new reality requires leaders with new ways of thinking, doing and being. Based on the Bridging Leadership approach, this program is focused on developing practical leadership and management skills required for leading, managing and supporting effective and responsive health systems towards better health outcomes. This learning journey employs a “train-interact-apply” learning approach facilitate a high-level of self- and system-awareness, build and strengthen trust-building relationships with key partners and stakeholders for collaborative response, and establish new institutional and community-based arrangements for a more effective and responsive health system.
The program is a train-interact-apply learning journey distributed in 6-month practicum periods across a 1-year program timeline
Participants completing the program at the highest level of achievement shall be able to:
The Zuellig Family Foundation Institute for Health Leadership is offering the following courses and programs for interested organizations and agencies that want to enrol their key leaders and managers in continuing public health leadership and development programs. Ideal participants include unit heads, program managers, public health professionals, and development workers. A maximum of 25 participants will be allowed per class to ensure a productive learning environment.
Developing and Deepening Leadership and Management Competencies on:
Available upon request
June 28-29, 2019
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