Our Work - Leadership Development
In its drive for system improvement and innovation, CHI is committed to developing leaders in the academic health sciences network who bring creativity, inquiry, passion and new ideas to their field of practice.
Academic Health Sciences Leadership Program
This program identifies and mentors future leaders in Manitoba's health system. The focus is on developing skills to assist individuals to prepare for leadership roles while understanding the dynamics of the healthcare system and academic environment.
Program participants are critical, creative and lateral thinking individuals who are able to lead academic health sciences units, while fostering organizational growth, learning and innovation. The program is targeted towards mid-career health care professionals in the Health Sciences faculties, Health Systems, and Government interested in progressing to senior level leadership.
This program will be delivered using a small group discussion format featuring selected experts and University, Health Authority and Government senior leaders. An on-line community will supplement these sessions, supporting participants throughout the program and a capstone project will be required in the area of leadership relevant to the participant’s workplace or sphere of influence. The cost for the program is $500 + applicable taxes and space is limited.
Applications for the 2017-2018 class are currently being accepted. Deadline for application submission is May 31, 2017. The course runs from September - February 2017 on Wednesday evenings from 5pm - 8 pm.
Senior leaders in the Faculty of Medicine and the Winnipeg Health Region will mentor participants in the development of a capstone project in an area of leadership relevant to the participant’s workplace or sphere of influence.
Registration is now open for the 2017/2018 academic year.
Please submit all completed applications to Amanda Osorio at email@example.com or by mail/in person to:
George & Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation - 3rd floor, 753 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3E 0T6
The LEADS in a Caring Environment framework is a foundational element for health leadership development in Canada and is being used to define the standards of effective health systems leadership in many jurisdictions. This framework has been endorsed by the Canadian College of Health Leaders and the Canadian Health Leadership Network, which is made up of more than 39 national and provincial health organizations, including the Canadian Medical Association.
In November 2015, the Centre for Healthcare Innovation (CHI) and the LEADS Collaborative hosted an interactive conference for health system decision makers that focused on the essential elements of a talent management strategy for the Manitoba health system. Attendees had the opportunity to collaborate with one another to brainstorm ideas and develop action plans to further incorporate LEADS into the province's immediate and long term talent management strategy.
Some key insights from this conference can be found here.
For more information, please visit leadersforlife.ca.
The Physician Leadership Institute (PMI) is the Canadian Medical Association’s leadership development program designed specifically for physicians in Canada’s health-care system. It is an accredited professional and personal development program designed to prepare physicians, at any career stage, to be effective leaders and managers.
CHI has partnered with PMI to bring these conferences to you. We host two conferences annually; one in the fall and another early in the new year.
Our scheduled courses for 2016-2017 are:
- Self-awareness and Effective Leadership on November 3-4, 2016. Please note that registration for this course is now closed.
- Developing and Leading Systems Improvement on January 13-14, 2017. Please note that registration for this course is now closed.
Please contact Amanda Osorio, our Training, Education and Event Coordinator, for further details.
For more information on the Physician Management Institute, you can view their website HERE.