Developing strategic influence
Build alliances to achieve your organization’s objectives
Small ‘p’ politics exist in every leader’s world. This course explores practical, authentic ways for health care leaders to navigate through their interactions with various stakeholders while maintaining autonomy, integrity and sanity — and keeping an eye on the organization’s vision.
Learn how to build alliances to achieve your organization’s objectives and be an official spokesperson using recognized communication, advocacy and media skills. Discover how to network in a matrix in which leadership is both horizontal and vertical, and learn the components of consensus building.
At the end of this PLI course, you will be able to:
- Learn to assess the health care environment
- Work with matrices and networks as platforms of influence
- Describe the nature of health care decision-making processes and influence at the local, provincial and federal levels
- Navigate the points of entry into political environments
- Demonstrate strategic advocacy skills
- Present persuasive messages more effectively
- Practice effective skills in working with the media and receive feedback
November 29-30, 2018, OMA, Tupper dinning room
Maximum class size:
Peter Kuling, BSc, MSc, MD, CCFP, FCFP, CCPE
Janice Gross Stein, PhD, FRSC, LLD, MOC, O.Ont