Advanced System Leadership Program
Become a more innovative and effective leader in healthcare systems coordination and integration.
The South East Local Health Integration Network (SE LHIN), in collaboration with the Rotman School of Management is offering this Advanced System Leadership Program. Building on the Rotman School's experiences developing health leaders from across the health system, this program is specifically intended to support recent changes in the Ontario Health System including, but not limited to, Ontario Health Teams.
The program will provide participants with the insights and tools to increase the breadth and depth of their leadership skills and to support on-going efforts to further integration within (and across, as appropriate) LHINs, focusing on patient and client experiences. Participants will develop the capabilities to be more effective system leaders. This program is intended to support your current system improvement activities, and thus is expected to ultimately reduce demands on your time by virtue of the development of new skills, tools and frameworks.
Specific modules will address:
- System Design and Designing for the Patient Experience
- Integrative Thinking, Innovation and Negotiation
- The Psychology of Influence and Persuasion
- Leading Change
The program will be offered in four modules in Kingston, Ontario. The program will begin on December 9, 2019. Modules will be scheduled once a month, with the program ending in March 2020.
Mod 1: December 9–11, 2019 (3 days)
Mod 2: January 20–21, 2020 (2 days)
Mod 3: February 19–21, 2020 (3 days)
Mod 4: March 9–10, 2020 (2 days)
Application period is now closed
Vice-Dean, MBA Programs
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 Healthcare and the Life Sciences and Executive Director for Collaborative For Health Sector Strategy. Brian conducts research and teaches in the areas of strategic change and implementation, health system integration and funding, governance, organizational strategy and leadership. Among his published work are articles in The Canadian Medical Association Journal, Health Policy, Healthcare Quarterly, Healthcare Papers, Healthcare Management Science, The Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Clinical Oncology, The Strategic Management Journal, Management Science, Administrative Science Quarterly Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, and The Harvard Business Review.