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Leading Management Teams

This five-day course will help participants enhance their performance by building leadership competencies and strenghtening their mentoring and coacihng skills.

The course combines exercises, case studies from real health management situations and role-playing simulations. Participants will address specific managerial problems from their own countries and strategic issues affecting public health programmes globally.

Leading Management Teams

  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    Dec 1 - 5, 2014
    Faculty : TBD
    Level : Middle- to Senior- level professionals
    Fee : Euro 1,500 Course fee includes accommodation, breakfast, lunch, tea breaks, and course materials
    Language : English
    Registration deadline : Monday, 24 November 2014
  •  Benefit of training
  •  Who should attend
  •  Programme
  •  Accreditation
  •  Union membership
  1. Assess your strengths as a leader and practice various management styles
  2. Create a personal map of strengths and weaknesses for self-development
  3. Negotiate and manage communications in multi-partner arrangements
  4. Learn about the performance management process and its applications
  5. Practice coaching and mentoring skills in order to obtain optimal results
  6. Improve your ability to handle conflict and difficult people and conversations

Middle- to senior- level health programme managers and directors who must execute strategy, manage and supervise other staff and work with different stakeholders across multiple levels, divisions and locations in a national health programme or organisation.

    • Day 1

      • Welcome and introduction
      • Management & leadership
      • Building a personal vision
      • Theory on coaching
    • Day 2

      • Leading teams
      • Production game
      • Concept on team work
    • Day 3

      • The managerial dynamic
      • The Pygmalion in management
      • Situational Leadership
      • Recognising leadership styles
    • Day 4

      • Coaching and mentoring
      • Giving and receiving feedback
      • Identifying strengths with regard to mentoring
    • Day 5

      • Changing personal leadership styles
      • Succession planning
      • Integrating the week of learning into leadership

IMDP participants are eligible to earn continuing education units (CEUs) and continuing medical education (CMEs).  The IMDP is accredited both by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and the European Board for Accreditation in Pneumology (EBAP).

Course participants are offered complimentary, annual Union memberships. With a Union membership, participants will receive either the online edition of the monthly publication of International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, as well as gain free access to technical guides and other publications. In addition, participants will enjoy the option of joining a scientific section of their choice that will keep them in touch with colleagues in public health and stay up-to-date with current research and news.