Leading in Health Systems: Integrating Effort, Improving Outcomes
This continuing education course develops your leadership skills with a focus on engaging partners enterprise-wide to leverage cross-functional capabilities, stimulate innovative thinking, and improve organizational performance.
As a participant, you will learn proven, pragmatic frameworks, tools, and techniques developed by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health faculty for bringing together partners with opposing points-of-view, uncovering shared interests, and forging unity of effort. You will build leadership skills to get the right stakeholders to the table, involve them in creating innovative solutions, and create buy-in to make agreements succeed.
At this program, you will:
- Develop your leadership skills for steering your health system adeptly through both prosperity and uncertainty
- Learn methods to exercise influence well beyond your authority, extending your reach and engaging otherwise uninvolved stakeholders
- Build your leadership for times of crisis and change by anticipating decisions and actions, sensibly guiding your team members and supporters
- Develop strategies and methods to flexibly lead up, down, across, and beyond your system in differing scenarios
- Gain tools of emotional intelligence to discipline yourself and others to best identify priorities and lead effectively, no matter what you rank or position within your organization
- Understand your and your team members’ risk profiles to balance and integrate different perspectives
- Sharpen your vision and capacity to link, leverage, and forge connectivity of effort, shaping themes and purposes to improve your organization’s position in the ever changing health care marketplace
Participants are leaders and those ready to assume leadership positions from across the health care system.