Leadership Training in Healthcare: How to Build Resilience and Personal Development

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Recognising the need for leadership development whilst nurturing new leaders

What are the key still required by future leaders of the 21st century? And how can you improve your understanding of the responsibilities of today’s health service leaders?

This self-paced leadership development course will offer the opportunity to cover everything you need to know to drive your management career forward in the fast-evolving world of healthcare.

You’ll explore ways to become a better problem solver, and how to make more informed decisions. You’ll also have the chance to learn how to be resilient. And you’ll find out the methods used to develop leaders in global healthcare settings, including the NHS.

During the course you can apply this knowledge, along with goal-setting techniques, to writing your own personal development plan to help put your career on the right path.

Organisational development: understand how to use competency models

This course explores the importance of bringing about change in organisations through a holistic and humanistic approach that puts people at the heart of the process. You’ll find out how to use organisational approaches to help you develop as a manager and leader in a global context. And you’ll learn how competency-based frameworks and models can help you develop better skills in leadership – from risk taking to demonstrating ethics and integrity.

Learn how to build resilience at work

Resilience is a crucial characteristic of high-performing leaders, and it can be used to help develop your future career – and help an organisation to thrive.

The course will teach you the essentials of the resilient leader, from coping with pressure and learning to adapt to problem solving and decision making. You’ll also look at how career planning can be used to help shape your future career.

This ExpertTrack is designed for students or healthcare professionals, administrators wishing to progress into middle or senior management roles, as well as policy makers, executives, consultants, and service providers in the health sector.