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A Program in Leadership & Management LEADING IN HEALTH SYSTEMS: Integrating Effort, Improving Outcomes June 4 6, 2018 Boston, MA As a leader in health care, you are required to influence and engage a wide
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A Program in Leadership & Management LEADING IN HEALTH SYSTEMS: Integrating Effort, Improving Outcomes June 4 6, 2018 Boston, MA As a leader in health care, you are required to influence and engage a wide range of stakeholders. You must think broadly, drive action, and overcome impediments to improvement. In this dynamic course, you will learn from the faculty who coined the concept and designed the practices of the proven meta-leadership framework. You will gain practical tools for forging unity of effort and improving performance across your health care system. You will build your personal leadership, negotiation, and decision-making skills. With that you will better understand how to develop others, nurture productive relationships, and motivate a wide range of people through shared accomplishment. Learn more: Who Should Participate This program is designed to meet the interpersonal, system, and problem-solving challenges now required for career advancement. Participants are leaders and those ready to assume leadership positions from across the health care system, including: Chief administrative officers Chief executive officers Chief medical officers Chief nursing officers Clinical department chairs Clinical division chiefs Clinical service directors Deans of academic medical centers Executive directors Group practice administrators Health policy advisors Health insurance executives Medical directors Nurses and nurse leaders Physicians and physician leaders Vice presidents This program taught me the power we have as leaders to transform our employees, our peers, our leaders, our clients and our patients. Erin Fulton Chief Operating Officer Caravan Health Program Highlights HIGHLY INTERACTIVE learning through a provocative leadership laboratory designed to innovate and challenge CUTTING-EDGE curriculum that takes on the opportunities and predicaments of a changing health care system PRAGMATIC and tested set of metaleadership tools and strategies to further develop your skill set and career PROACTIVELY address systemic productivity issues and build unity of effort using innovative problem-solving methods REAP VALUE with topics, tools, and techniques immediately useful when you return to your organization Learn more: Faculty Program Directors Leonard J. Marcus, PhD is founding Director of the Program for Health Care Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (PHCNCR) at the Harvard Chan School. He is a widely recognized pioneer and leading voice on guiding transformation in complex health systems. Eric J. McNulty, MA is the Director of Research for the PHCNCR and an Instructor at the Harvard Chan School. He writes and teaches widely on leadership and organizational culture. Guest Faculty Barry C. Dorn, MD, FACS, MHCM is Associate Director of the PHCNCR at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. He is a retired orthopedic surgeon and former interim community hospital CEO. During this program, you ll engage directly with these originators of the innovative meta-leadership framework and practice method. Dorn, Marcus, and McNulty are at the forefront of evolving metaleadership practice. Together, they are the coauthors of Renegotiating Health Care: Resolving Conflict to Build Collaboration, Second Edition. Learning Objectives By the end of the course, you will be able to: Effectively lead and motivate the full range of stakeholders in your health care system Increase your leadership impact by extending influence beyond your authority Get ahead of the decision and action curve to guide and direct a wide range of followers Improve personal and organizational ability to negotiate, resolve conflict, and solve complex problems Hone your vision and capacity to link and leverage people and resources to achieve shared goals Build robust system connectivity by applying the emerging insights of swarm leadership Instill and inspire leadership as a core competency throughout your system A great opportunity for a busy MD to pause and learn skill sets and a way of thinking to impact and succeed within the changing health care environment. David B. Granet, MD Anne Ratner Chair of Pediatric Ophthalmology UCSD Shiley Eye Institute Highly engaging and insightful teachers that provide powerful frameworks and skill sets in the art of meta-leadership, conflict resolution, and negotiation. Evangelos Loukas, DO Associate Chief, Division of Hospital Medicine Northwell Health Learn more: Learn more: Program Check-in Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health 651 Huntington Avenue Boston, MA Program Information Please visit the course website for information regarding the program fee, accommodations, faculty, agenda, and our substitution and cancellation policy. Continuing Education Credit This program is accredited by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Credit types and amounts will be determined once the agenda has been finalized and are subject to change. Please visit the course website periodically for the latest information. Program Portfolio For a full list of Executive and Continuing Professional Education courses, visit hsph.me/portfolio Contact Us For more information, please contact us by phone at (617) or by at About Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Executive and Continuing Professional Education We prepare individuals and organizations to solve the most pressing global public health and health care challenges. Leaders in government, corporate, and nonprofit sectors around the world attend programs which provide strategies for addressing the critical issues facing their organizations with proven tactics that drive change. LEADING IN HEALTH SYSTEMS June 4 6, 2018 Boston, MA Utilizing the metaleadership framework, this program will make you a more efficient leader from day one back on the job. Meta-leadership is a field-tested framework enabling you to anticipate change, foster innovation, and address complex, riskladen challenges in dynamic health care environments. It equips you to more effectively lead, negotiate, resolve conflict, and spur collaboration.
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