This course provides students with opportunities for in-depth experiences, and the application and analysis of leadership. The areas of personal leadership styles, problem solving, critical thinking, and communication are critical to success in administration. This course provides opportunities for students to practice and build these administrative and leadership skills. At least 120 hours of synchronous learning is required to earn credit for the course.
Upon completion of this course, students are expected to be able to do the following:
- Analyze leadership styles and personal beliefs, particularly focused on the framework outlined in American College of Healthcare Executives Code of Ethics.
- Identify, research, and offer resolution related to a pre-approved issue, gap, or opportunity within an organization in the health sector, particularly focused on the framework for the Triple Aim from the Institute of Healthcare Improvement.
- Understand and articulate the organization’s culture, challenges and opportunities with a focus on improving human and organizational performance.
- Document and analyze learnings from the experience.