Devise hypothetical ways to explore and assess today’s challenges facing healthcare leaders.Learn how to effectively assess strategies, and consider how ethics, gender and behaviour influence decision-making.
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Students will build awareness of the nature of leadership in the context of health care and awareness of their personal leadership style. Students will examine the theoretical approaches to leadership and contemporary leadership issues in relation to health care as well as examine topics such as ethics, gender, and behavioural theories from the perspective of health care leadership. Examine topics such as ethics, gender, and behavioural theories from the perspective of health care leadership. Throughout the subject students will explore the major challenges facing health care leaders, and learn how to effectively assess leadership development strategies. A key focus of this subject is to also develop personal leadership skills and strategies.
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