Emerging Women Executives in Health Care 2021
Emerging Women Executives in Health Care 2021 is organized by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Executive and Continuing Professional Education (ECPE) and will be held from Jun 21 - 24, 2021 at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts,...
Emerging Women Executives in Health Care 2021 is organized by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Executive and Continuing Professional Education (ECPE) and will be held from Jun 21 - 24, 2021 at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America. Who Should Apply: This program is designed for senior and emerging women executives from around the world at hospitals, hospital systems, physician practices, insurance companies, pharmaceutical companies, medical device companies, ministries of health, health care foundations, and other healthcare-related organizations, including: • Executives, senior vice presidents, vice presidents, assistant vice presidents, department directors, and other executives reporting to the c-suite or senior vice president level • Medical directors, clinical chiefs of service, and other senior managers who have responsibility for planning, allocating resources, managing staff, and developing policy • Women leaders in compliance, human resources, communications, marketing, operations, or other administrative functions Description: A Health Care Leadership Development Program for Women: Health care executives must overcome diverse and complex challenges to improve the health of patients and populations. In an industry of escalating demands to improve quality and access while managing costs, addressing these issues requires leadership skills specific to the health care environment. This health care leadership development program for women is designed to provide you with both the knowledge and the skills you need to face the challenges of leading complex health care organizations. This program provides women leaders with the opportunity to be in a classroom among female executives from around the world and focuses on helping women in senior positions develop effective leadership strategies to improve organizational performance. As a participant, you will develop the leadership skills needed to manage health care organizations efficiently and effectively by exploring topics that include: • Applying effective leadership styles • Building and leading teams • Emotional intelligence • Influencing with and without authority • Managing and sustaining change • Negotiation and conflict resolution • Organizational politics • Performance improvement strategies • Strategic planning As you move higher in your organization, you face a greater breadth of challenges. These require superior leadership and management skills and comfort dealing with ambiguity. This program will provide you with a set of tools and ways of thinking to become a more effective leader. The program will explore: • The impact of the policy environment on health care systems and the challenges and opportunities facing your organization as a result. This will better equip you to think more creatively about your own and your leadership group’s roles and responsibilities in a rapidly changing environment and to prioritize more effectively • Cutting edge research on women and leadership to learn what underlies women’s leadership styles and practices and to enhance your own effectiveness as a leader • Structural, political, cultural and individual attributes of organizations and how recognizing opportunities, managing constraints, and understanding individual and organizational values alignment can enhance your effectiveness • Methods to recognize opportunities, managing constraints, and understanding how individual and organizational values alignment can enhance your effectiveness • Skills and strategies in negotiation, managing conflict, coalition-building, and influencing—key attributes fundamental to successful organizational life • Organizational performance improvement techniques, particularly when such critical values as patient safety and innovation compete for resources and focus • New management, leadership and change frameworks, models and best practices Learning Objectives: The Women Executives in Health Care program is designed to engage women leaders in further developing the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to effectively lead complex health care organizations. As a participant in this program, you will: • Acquire the knowledge needed to create an institutional vision and a supporting, achievable strategic plan • Develop a deeper awareness of personal leadership and management styles in order to better manage conflict and engage in productive difficult conversations • Enhance your capacity to lead sustainable change • Learn to negotiate productive alliances and partnerships • Understand individual motivation, team dynamics, and how to lead teams effectively