Tuesday 19 February 2019

Arab healthcare managers learn leadership skills

DUBAI, January 25, 2018

Middle East healthcare managers are learning the ingredients of operational success from one of the  top-rated hospitalsin the US, as part of an innovative international leadership training programme.

Cleveland Clinic’s Global Executive Education courses are designed to provide a bridge between business and medicine, with hands-on training delivered by visionary leaders working on the frontlines of modern medicine.

With courses ranging from a few days to an entire year, the initiative is giving managers from all aspects of healthcare operations new ways of thinking and working, and helping raise standards when they return home.

“Today’s healthcare organizations need great leaders to navigate the ever-evolving healthcare landscape,” said Aura Lopez, Cleveland Clinic’s senior director of Global Executive Education, visiting Dubai for the Arab Health Exhibition and Congress.

“Cleveland Clinic’s executive education programmes equip physicians, nurses, administrators, and healthcare leaders with the skills and training they need to become more effective in their roles.”

All training takes place at Cleveland Clinic’s main campus in Ohio, rated as the No. 2 hospital in the United States by US News & World Report, and known for a set of operational principles referred to internally as the ‘Cleveland Clinic Way’.

The flagship course is the International Emerging Leader Fellowship, which lasts from one to two months, and prepares promising leaders for the upper echelons of management. All candidates are nominated and sponsored by their organization, and selected based on their managerial and supervisory experience, ability to effect strategic change, and decision-making authority. – TradeArabia News Service

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