Victor Tabbush, Ph.D.
Faculty Director, UCLA Health Care Executive Program
HCEP has particular applicability for C-Suite and executive-level leaders who have just assumed, or soon will assume, major leadership responsibilities.
HCEP is especially valuable for organizations planning shifts in their organizational strategies and confronting a new environment for health care delivery.
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If you answered yes to any of these questions, consider applying to becoming a strategic consultant for the Price Center Management Development Programs for Community Based Organizations. You will be part of a team of 7 strategic consultants that works closely with program participants who are immersed in an intensive and accelerated management curriculum.
As a strategic consultant, you will be assigned a team which will consist of 5-7 participants. Each day, you will facilitate learning sessions focused on problem solving, strategy and leadership. You will also serve as a one-on-one coach for participants as they conduct organizational assessments, project planning and goal setting while developing and finalizing their organizational improvement projects. Ultimately, you will help participants generate a strategic plan which addresses an identified organizational weakness or a business opportunity that will advance the impact of the organization.
This experience offers a competitive salary, and will connect you with an incredible network of nonprofit leaders across the country, as well as to UCLA Anderson faculty members and fellow students.
Please contact Diana Hernandez at firstname.lastname@example.org for information on how to apply for this position.
The Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation
The Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation is a virtual center that will pursue an initial set of five priorities. In the tradition of our credo to put people first, we have adopted a human-centered approach, impacting the system by first focusing on the needs of each individual health worker and what he or she needs to thrive on the job.
Respect and Recognition — ensuring frontline health workers are valued by the communities they serve, and accredited and compensated by government and health systems
Training and Education — ensuring frontline health workers have the skills and capabilities they require to deliver their services with confidence and quality
Leadership and Management — ensuring frontline health workers have opportunities to grow as leaders and have access to effective management
Well-being and Resilience — ensuring frontline health workers can prioritize their own health and access resources to manage the stress and demands of the job
Connection and Integration — ensuring frontline health workers are connected to each other, to communities and to health systems
To learn more, visit jnj.com/CHWI and follow us on social media at @JNJGlobalHealth.