Apply to the Emerging Health Leaders Program: Spring and Summer 2018

Submitted by Amanda Calzolaio | Posted on August 4, 2017
Career

Submitted on behalf of: Health Leadership Academy.

The Health Leadership Academy’s Emerging Health Leaders Program will be offered in both Spring (April 29 РMay, 12 2018) and Summer (Aug. 19-Sept. 1, 2018).

Applications are open online and will close on Feb. 26, 2018.

The Emerging Health Leaders Program is a two-week intensive program available to both undergraduate and graduate students. This program will challenge the way you think and it will push you to become a better leader by focusing on: personal leadership development, effective teams, change management, design thinking, as well as identifying, implementing and championing new ideas and innovations in a health environment.

At the end of the program, you are more likely to:

  • Challenge your thinking and develop your personal leadership capabilities
  • Become a champion for innovation by learning how to spot, support and implement new and creative approaches to getting things done
  • Develop your ability to collaborate, and work within and across multiple teams to solve complex problems
  • Learn about how to make an immediate impact in the workplace
  • Experience an intensive leadership development program that will supplement your professional resume or Graduate school application

For more information on the Health Leadership Academy, please visit healthleadershipacademy.ca

 

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