NSW Health Leadership Program
The NSW Health Leadership Program (HLP) is an organisational development intervention supporting an organisation’s strategic transformation initiative.
Participants work on strategic challenges while they develop their capacity to collaborate, consider multiple perspectives and adaptively lead, regardless of their positional level or authority.
The Program is underpinned by the five Leadership Domains in the NSW Health Leadership and Management Framework, designed as a catalyst for developmental change in individuals and as a scaffold for the construction of new forms of leadership in health care organisations. Accompanying these domains are the core concepts of adaptive, collective, and relational leadership.
The NSW HLP is designed to be offered across a two-year program, providing an opportunity for the program to be delivered twice. This approach enables both leadership learning and local capability development to be embedded within the organisation.
In the first year, HETI delivers the program alongside the local organisation, whilst in the second year, HETI supports and partners with the organisation to lead the implementation of the program more independently through the ‘Train the Trainer’ model.
The intent of this model is to support the development of local capability to continue building on the work in future years.
NSW Health organisations who are actively undergoing strategic transformation are invited to host a Program. Participants are selected by the participating LHD/SHN from a cross-section of staff, including clinicians and non-clinicians.
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Entry requirements at discretion of participating NSW Health organisation
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