Leading Transformation: Building Adaptive Capacity

Continuous change is the norm for healthcare professionals balancing technological advances, process improvement, patient and family expectations or the need to redefine roles and structures.  To successfully lead in this environment requires a reconceptualization of leadership as an ongoing pursuit of making progress on adaptive challenges.

The goal of this program is to facilitate the building of adaptive capacity within healthcare systems by deepening the practice of developing both ourselves and others intentionally, mindfully and creatively.

Program Dates

  • Module 1: October 8 – October 9, 2019 (Tuesday/Wednesday)
  • Module 2: November 7 – November 8, 2019 (Thursday/Friday)

Key Features (Why Attend?)

This Program will address in real time your leadership challenges, emphasizing the application of your learning to generate timely, customized strategies for change. Through interactive sessions and small group consulting labs, you will learn and do at the same time, engaging with health care professionals and leaders in a lively diverse intellectual environment.

Delivered in a modular format in 2 day blocks,  action periods for reflection and application in the field occur before and between sessions and include reflection papers and on-going feedback. Each day of this intensive learning experience runs from 8 am to 5 pm with action periods for reflection and application in the field.

As a participant at IHPME you will be joining a global community of like-minded professionals who are passionate about fostering intellectual exchange to engage in responsive action.

Who Should Attend?

Individuals with accountability or involvement in leading and managing change across the health care sector both public and private, from acute to community and primary care.

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