The Complete Course On Leading Change In Healthcare Transforming Organisations

Category: The Complete Course On Leading Change In Healthcare Transforming Organisations

Course Description

This course is a resource for executives, managers and team leaders in every kind of healthcare organization: hospitals, group practices, home care, research institutes, health professions schools, insurers, regulatory organizations, for-profits, non-profits, and governmental organizations.

Course Objectives

On completion of this course you should be able to:

  • Appreciate relationship-centered administration as an effective new approach to the work of organizational change and management.
  • Learn to apply principles of complexity theory, positive psychology and relationship-centered care to organizational behavior and culture change and performance environment.
  • Discuss how organization-wide focus on “right relationships” can result in excellent performance on financial, quality and other measures.
  • Recognize the importance of the leader’s authenticity and personal presence, and how these qualities can be developed by deeper engagement and reflection.
  • Restore hope by reinforcing their belief in the possibility of positive and comprehensive organizational change and the creation of collaborative and respectful work environments for employees, patients, families, customers, students and other stakeholders.
  • Grow the body of literature fostering the development of compassionate organizations that focus on people.

Course Outline

    • Introduction
    • How We Think about Organizations: a Complexity Perspective
    • Positive Psychology and Interpersonal Neurobiology
    • Relationship-centered Care and Administration
    • Authentic, Affirmative and Courageous Presence,
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