Seha picks Insead for management courses
Abu Dhabi , July 18, 2011
Seha, the Abu Dhabi Healthcare Authority, has signed an agreement with Insead for a year-long schedule of training sessions for its senior management that includes daily workshops and sessions on finance, management, and leadership.
The training sessions will be conducted at several places in Abu Dhabi, and will help participants apply the latest practices in management and leadership to Seha’s operations and effectively deal with the challenges of a changing operating environment.
“Our aim is to increase Seha senior executives’ experience and ability. We want Seha to develop a regional reputation, as an incubator for future CEOs, similar to high profile companies worldwide. The workshop programme will encourage senior management to explore innovative ideas and new ways of turning challenges into opportunities,” said Mohammed Al Hameli, chief support services, Seha.
The syllabus will include new approaches to tackle the challenges of implementation, care delivery system dynamics, business models in healthcare, and project management. The programme has commenced and will continue till December 2011.
“Insead is delighted to have the opportunity of contributing to Seha employee development through a customized programme, tailored to Seha’s specific needs. Insead’s ambition is to promote an open and creative learning environment that brings together people, cultures and ideas from around the world. Through management education grounded in the thought leadership of our world-class faculty, we support individuals and organisations to achieve their full potential. It is our mission to develop responsible, thoughtful leaders and entrepreneurs who create value for their organisations and their communities,” said Stephan Schubert, affiliate professor of entrepreneurship and co-director of the Seha programme.
Seha is an independent public joint stock company founded to manage the curative activities of the public hospitals and clinics of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.It offers the community and the region with international standards of care and a network of quality healthcare providers. It aims to maintain a leadership role healthcare service delivery by consistently providing superior, accessible, affordable and comprehensive health services in a socially responsible and cost effective manner that is on par with world-class standards. - TradeArabia News Service
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