Telfer School of Management
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.
Who should attend
Candidates for this program are nominated by CEOs of healthcare organizations and hospitals in the region.
About the course
The Regional Health Senior Leadership Program, formerly known as the “Champlain LHIN Senior Leadership Program”, is an executive development program delivered through a partnership between the Telfer School of Management (University of Ottawa) and the Rotman School of Management (University of Toronto). The program is designed to address the leadership development needs of executives, senior managers, and physician leaders and to improve opportunities for networking and collaboration between individuals and organizations. Participants in the program are sponsored by the leaders of health service providers both large and small from across the region.
What You Will Learn
The program focuses on developing the following broad competencies:
- Personal Leadership Skills: These are critical skills for the new world of healthcare. Our approach to healthcare leadership focuses on setting and communicating a direction (visioning), creating supportive conditions for those who develop commitment (aligning), and appealing to the values of stakeholders (motivating).
- Management of Change: Participants will learn a systematic approach to managing change and a process for working with individuals and groups, both inside and outside of your organization.
- Leadership Self-awareness and Political Intelligence: Self-awareness is a critical asset for an effective healthcare leader. Participants will be exposed to techniques for enhancing their Emotional Intelligence and developing their personal leadership agendas.
- Application of Managerial Tools: Participants will be exposed to a range of tools such as planning, organizing, and measuring.
- Understanding of strategy formulation and implementation, especially in the context of our region
- Awareness of different leadership styles and approaches
- Ability to communicate and lead change
- Understanding of performance management and use of balanced scorecards
- A network of collaborative relationships across the regional health landscape
Brian Golden is the Vice-Dean of MBA Programs; the Sandra Rotman Chair in Health Sector Strategy at the University of Toronto and The University Health Network (joint appointment Faculty of Medicine); Professor of Strategic Management at Rotman; Co-Academic Director, Global Executive MBA for Heal...
Bio Professor McKillop (PhD Waterloo, MASc Waterloo) began his academic career in the University of Waterloo’s School of Accountancy where his teaching responsibilities focused on financial systems. His interest in how these systems could be used to drive innovation in healthcare brought him to...
Ingrid Richter is an Executive in Residence at the Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa and Partner, Threshold Associates. Her teaching, action research and consulting work has three major areas of focus: leadership development, facilitating complex, multi-stakeholder change proces...
Lynn Davies is an organizational effectiveness consultant with 40 years’ experience. She is a member of the faculty in the University of Ottawa’s Executive MBA and part of the Telfer Executive Programs Community of Practice, with whom she has been Academic Director for the Quality Improvement and...
Michael Miles completed his doctoral degree in Human and Organization Systems at the Fielding Institute in Santa Barbara. He holds 2 management-related Master's degrees (in Organization Development and Organization Systems from Pepperdine & the Fielding Institute respectively) and one in Comm...
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