Management and Leadership


This course provides participants with basic concepts and principles of health systems, health policy, planning and management. It enables them to analyze the key aspects of health policy in developing health systems and the changing role of governments and ministries of health in health care delivery.

It provides the opportunity to understand and critically analyze issues like health system development and reforms, policy change and centralized versus decentralized health systems.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Distinguish and apply log frames, results and rights-based approaches in developing health plans
  2. Identify key principles of policy development, planning, and management of health resources
  3. Apply management skills and functions according to the principles of organizational management
  4. Recognize and apply Change Management
  5. Demonstrate the skills of teamwork and communication skills
  6. Develop and assess leadership management skills and styles, specifically: delegation, active listening, conflict resolution and time management
  1. Teambuliding.
  2. Leadership Styles and Theories.
  3. Project Management.
  4. Health Program Planning Building Health Programs that work.
  5. Stakeholder Analysis.
  6. Resource Management.
  7. Health Policy.
  8. Organizational Management.
  9. Health Service Delivery.
  10. Change Management.
  11. Interpersonal Communication Skills.
  12. SelfAwareness and SelfAssessment.
  13. Conflict Management.
  14. Problem Analysis.
  15. Manage your time and manage your stress.
Duration: 30 Learning Hours
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Participant who complete the stand alone course will be awarded a Certificate of Successful Completion.

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