Commitment to health care leadership
Drawing on the research and teaching strengths of the Rotman School, Executive Programs has unique expertise in developing health leadership and management effectiveness. Programs for individuals cover all areas of executive training, including leadership, management, strategic human resources, governance and finance, for public, private and non-profit sectors.
Other programs emerge from direct collaboration with organizations and executives around the globe to address their unique challenges and opportunities, and to help them achieve better business and health outcomes.
To tackle the demands and pressures of today’s increasingly complex health care system, health system leaders must continuously invest in their development and in new ways of thinking. In order to keep up with increasing demands, they need to innovate, realize the promise of new technologies and lead change as never before.
The Health Leadership program focuses on providing professionals in the field with actionable management tools and a proven change management framework used by health providers, life science firms, and major corporations. Over five days, participants increase their effectiveness in driving improvements within their organization, as they interact with and build relationships with leaders from across the system.
“Community-based healthcare is not only attractive to patients and system administrators. Increasingly, it’s the way of the future.”
- Brian R. Golden | Sandra Rotman Chair in Health Sector Strategy at The University of Toronto | Professor of Strategic Management
Advanced health leadership
The Advanced Health Leadership program targets current and potential members of executive teams in the health system. The program focuses on the development of the next generation of health leaders, and seeks to improve their understanding and skills in the areas of leadership, managing of change, and emotional and political intelligence.
The program has been redesigned to reflect changes in health systems across Canada. These may include:
- Home care and primary care reform
- New funding models
- Technological shifts and resulting opportunities
- Evolving structures
- Human resource challenges
- Financial sustainability
- Greater demand for integration and quality
Senior leaders in health and life sciences are equipped with new strengths to play a leadership role in a changing industry.
“The Health Leadership program was the most valuable and intensive learning experience of my career. Every health care leader today requires health leadership training to do their job appropriately and effectively.”
- James G. Wright | Chief Health Policy, Economics & Research, Ontario Medical Association