2014 - 2015 Innovative Leaders Series

The UC Berkeley School of Public Health,
Center for Public Health Practice
and the
Center for Health Leadership 
presents:

2014 - 2015 Innovative Leaders Speaker Series

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The Innovative Leaders Speaker Series is sponsored by the Center for Public Health Practice and the Center for Health Leadership (CHL). The CHL mission is to inspire and empower current and emerging health leaders to realize their leadership potential and to solve the health challenges facing California and the world, and to increase the depth and quality of diverse health leaders and professionals in all health sectors. The CHL aspires to accomplish this by serving as an innovative, lifelong resource for students, alumni, and other professionals to enhance their capacity to lead from where they are, and to enhance their ability to create transformational impacts on public health and health care. Each speaker in the Series provides our students and professionals with essential resources that promote leadership through innovation.

 

Our goal for the new Innovative Leaders Speaker Series is to provide public health professionals with an opportunity to learn about innovative ideas and new ways of thinking while creating a forum to share these ideas with others. Each session will provide you with an opportunity to hear directly from leaders and to network with your peers.

 

This Series provides lectures with key leaders in the following core competencies for public health professionals:

 

Leadership

CaryM HeadshotOn Friday, September 19, 2014, Dr. Margaret (Maggi) Cary, physician, leadership coach, and writer, led the workshop, "How to Engage Your Audience with Story: Leadership 101" and taught participants how to use effective presentation and storytelling skills to induce your audience, constituents, and funders to lean forward, and listen in. Learn more here. Download the presentation and resources from this event here.

 

 

 

Quality Improvement

HunterGatewoodOn January 12th and March 18th, 2015, Hunter Gatewood, MSW, LCSW, Principal, Signal Key Consulting led the day-long workshop, "From Discrete Projects to Organizational Transformation: Use the Basics of Quality Improvement to Create the Workplace Culture You Want." In this workshop, presented in two parts, participants learned how you can use the tools, the approach to teamwork and the accountability infrastructure of a quality improvement project to build a high-performing accountable culture in their organization. Learn more here. Download the presentation and resources from this event here.

 

Sponsors:

Center for Public Health Practice