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Applied Leadership projects

I-LEAD: The Institute for Leadership Education, Advancement and Development

Host type: Not applicable

Key contact:

Name: Information
Phone: (610) 348-3575


What are the desired outcomes of the program?


Does the program serve a specific population?

No
What are key assumptions about leadership and how to support and develop leadership embedded in the program?


What leadership development theories does the program support?
Systems Leadership
What leadership devlopment approaches does the program support\utilize?
Individual capacity-building
Other:
Community Leadership
What is the focus of the program?
What are the core components of the program? What leadership capacities does the program cultivate?
Other:
Not specified
Does the initiative have a "theory of change" or a "program logic model"? (will link to definition nodes on dev server)
No.

Center for Health Leadership & Practice

Host type:
Nonprofit Organization

Key contact:

Name:
Phone: 510-986-0140
office@cfhl.org

Website: http://www.cfhl.org/

What are the desired outcomes of the program?

The Center for Health Leadership & Practice (CHLP), Public Health Institute, is a leadership training, consultation and resource center serving domestic and international health leaders and organizations.


Does the program serve a specific population?

Yes : CHLP has designed and currently manages cutting edge leadership development and mentoring programs targeted to health leaders including the State Health Directors Executive Mentoring and Consultation Program, a year-long, national mentoring program for new state health directors. The Center also designs and delivers shorter-term leadership development opportunities such as workshops, seminars and retreats on topics such as Collaborative Leadership, Team Dynamics, Mentoring, Coaching and Succession Planning, and Crisis and Risk Communications. Recenlty, the Center designed and delivered a Cultural Proficiency curriculum and training for health professionals. In 2002, the Center designed and delivered a full-day training entitled "Leading Change: The Importance of Personal and Collaborative Leadership Skills" to 150 managers in the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services. One-on-one coaching is also offered as a part of the Center's training/leadership development programs.


What are key assumptions about leadership and how to support and develop leadership embedded in the program?


What leadership development theories does the program support?
What leadership devlopment approaches does the program support\utilize?
What is the focus of the program?
Health
What are the core components of the program? What leadership capacities does the program cultivate?
Does the initiative have a "theory of change" or a "program logic model"? (will link to definition nodes on dev server)
No.

Annie E. Casey Foundation Children and Family Fellowship

Host Organization: Annie E. Casey Foundation
Host type:
Foundation/Funders

Key contact:

Name: Barbara Squires
Phone: 410-223-2938
bsquires@aecf.org

Website: http://www.aecf.org/fellowship.aspx

What are the desired outcomes of the program?

To increase the pool of leaders with the vision and ability to frame and sustain major system reforms and community capacity-building initiatives that benefit large numbers of children and families. To do so, the program aims to broaden the visions, expand the knowledge, enhance the leadership capacities, enlarge the networks, and increase the confidence of its Fellows.


Does the program serve a specific population?

Yes : The Fellowship seeks people who are committed to helping low-income families succeed in their roles as parents, members of communities, and productive participants in the workforce and economy. We seek people who are committed to achieving better outcomes for children, families, and communities. We seek talented, accomplished, and ambitious professionals from across the country who want to strengthen public and nonprofit systems in ways that make them more reliable, equitable, effective, and efficient. We seek people who strive for excellence, who want to accelerate their professional and personal development, and who want to amplify their impact and make a greater difference.


What are key assumptions about leadership and how to support and develop leadership embedded in the program?


What leadership development theories does the program support?
What leadership devlopment approaches does the program support\utilize?
What is the focus of the program?
What are the core components of the program? What leadership capacities does the program cultivate?
Does the initiative have a "theory of change" or a "program logic model"? (will link to definition nodes on dev server)
No.
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