This OXFORD 10-day Oxford Healthcare Leadership Certificate training course in development of leadership capabilities in healthcare seeks to develop leaders in the healthcare sector. The course is run in workshop format to encourage sharing of ideas and good practice. It seeks to help delegates understand the importance of effective leadership in delivery of quality health care.
The first week of the course will address the global context of healthcare management, for instance the impact of the global Covid-19 pandemic on organisations, communities, clinicians, and non-clinicians in developed and developing countries. Week 2 of the programme focuses on delegates’ leadership capabilities.
The importance of followership as well as leadership. Leadership styles: innate leadership and employing new techniques and approaches. The importance of communication with all stakeholders - internal and external. The need to encourage innovation. The importance of organisational culture in delivering quality of care.
This OXFORD training course will highlight:
Current issues and challenges in global delivery of healthcare
The importance of leadership in health care provision
The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and preparing for the future
Each module is structured and can be taken as a stand-alone training course; however, delegates will
maximise their benefits by taking Module 1 and 2 back-to-back as a 2-week training course.
At the end of this OXFORD training course, you will learn to:
Explore leadership theory and practice
Build confidence and self-awareness
Gain perspectives on current healthcare management challenges
Develop understanding of how organisations work
Understand the impact of culture on innovation
This OXFORD training course utilizes a range of proven adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. This includes discussions, case studies, presentations and exercises. Above all the course leader will make extensive use of real-life case examples of organisations with which they have been personally involved.
Each session provides opportunities to develop skills using case experience and apply them to your organisation generating improvements in efficiency and effectiveness.
What will your organisation gain from employees attending this OXFORD training course?
More confident and effective leaders
Understanding of key healthcare challenges
Recognition of leaders’ impact on organisational culture
Improved communications with stakeholders
Enhanced quality of care
Participants will be able to further develop their personal management skills by being:
Greater understanding of different leadership styles
Better able to lead teams
More effective communicating with stakeholders
Greater understanding of global healthcare opportunities and challenges
Greater recognition of the impact of leadership on quality of healthcare delivery
Who should attend?
This OXFORD training course is suitable to a wide range of healthcare professionals and managers who will greatly benefit:
Managers and clinicians jointly responsible for leading healthcare organisations
Managers and clinicians responsible for quality care provision
Line and functional managers, team leaders and supervisors
Managers and leaders new to leadership roles
Managers and leaders wanting to further develop leadership capabilities
Health and Social Care Context
Global perspectives on health and social care
Different business models for delivery
The impact of Covid-19 on delivery in the UK
Review and discussion of the impact in your country/region?
How could world health be improved?
What is the role of innovation in delivering healthcare?
Ethics in delivery of Healthcare
The Four principles of health care ethics
Different perspectives: manager, clinician, patient