Evolution of leadership development is imperative in a field as ever-changing as healthcare. An in-person Health & Medicine certification program at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Executive Education seeks to provide executive leaders with valuable strategies in this area. SVP of Omnichannel Strategy at Bally’s Interactive, Sam Miri features the upcoming advanced course at Harvard:
Registration is now open for Leadership Strategies for Evolving Health Care Executives at Harvard University. Interested applicants must register for the course by March 26, 2024. The certification course will be hosted in-person April 1—5, 2024 on-campus at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Executive Education. Participants will receive a Certificate for completing the course, which will equip them with valuable insight, information and cutting-edge strategies for executive leadership in health care. Key lessons to be covered include learning how to utilize the necessary tools to maximize the productivity of an organization’s financial structure, interest-based negotiation, multidimensional problem solving, collaboration techniques and how to develop crucial qualities and approaches that are necessary to be a successful leader in the healthcare field. Although Sam Miri is not an executive in a healthcare space, he can certainly recognize the value in this certificate course. There is always great value in embracing the opportunity to learn the current best practices and approaches in one’s own professional field. As an executive leader, it is a professional’s duty to teeter on the cutting edge, to keep pace while remaining ahead of the curve. This opportunity will earn participants a Certificate from Harvard University, demonstrating expertise and mastery of management systems specific to healthcare.