Gain the practical tools to effectively lead innovative improvements in your healthcare setting.
Due to the rapidly evolving and complex nature of healthcare organizations, it’s crucial that they’re run effectively to positively influence how patients receive medical care. To be successful in this industry, healthcare professionals need to develop their leadership capacity and ability to adapt, respond to, and lead change.
The Healthcare Leadership online short course from the Stanford Center for Health Education (SCHE) provides you with the leadership knowledge and skills to foster meaningful, long-term positive change in your healthcare setting. Over eight weeks, you’ll use practical tools to identify growth areas in healthcare systems and gain the ability to lead healthcare change initiatives. Guided by experts, you’ll develop effective strategies to maximize team performance, and discover how to harness the power of vulnerability to build trust and collaboration.
Throughout the course, you’ll engage with various systems improvement frameworks, learn to effectively manage and overcome a crisis, and improve your ability to make leadership decisions in high-pressure situations. Finally, you’ll explore the power of storytelling to achieve the full potential of yourself, your teams and your organization, and create an impactful narrative for change.
Is this course for you?
This course is suited to professionals who work in the healthcare sector and are looking to improve their capacity for leadership. Medical professionals will benefit from learning effective approaches for leading healthcare teams and organizations. This course is also designed for non-medical professionals who require the skills to effectively respond to changes and new demands in the healthcare sector. Experienced business leaders can also take advantage of this course by developing their ability to foster efficient healthcare systems and navigate complex problems.
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