Institute for Health Leadership
The core of Zuellig Family Foundation’s health leadership training fosters the understanding of the complexities of the health care system to enable health officers to realize their roles in addressing existing challenges and to collaborate with others to address them. The programs are for local chief executives and officials of public health agencies to underscore the importance of health leadership and governance in establishing and sustaining pro-poor health care systems and policies.
Online courses are available to the public at ZFF’s Institute for Health Leadership.
Municipal Leadership and Governance Program
COURSE DESCRIPTION The mayor’s commitment to support health reforms and an endorsement from the Department of Health’s regional office are taken into consideration in selecting
Bridging Leadership for Resilient Health System
COURSE DESCRIPTION The Bridging Leadership for Resilient Health System introduces a leadership approach to facilitate an integrated and responsive system that ensures healthcare services, ensures
Community-Based Management of COVID-19
COURSE DESCRIPTION This training course is based on the Four-Part Recommendations for Community-Based Management of COVID-19 for LGUs released by the Philippine Society for Public
Coaching Skills for Bridging Leaders
COURSE DESCRIPTION Empowered individuals deliver superior work performance. The Coaching Skills for Bridging Leaders (CSBL) introduces participants to the concepts and practice of one-on-one coaching
Systems Thinking for Health Leaders
COURSE DESCRIPTION The new era of Universal Health Care is the new reality in public health – a reality that is uncertain, very complex, unclear
Youth Leadership and Governance Program
For: Sangguniang Kabataan Federation presidents, mayors, municipal health officers, municipal planning and development officers, local youth development officers, and youth leaders In partnership with the United