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CDC DPHSWD SMDP
Monday, November 7, 2011 – Leadership Without Borders
Please provide feedback on the new look and name of what was once called the MIPH E-Note (now LeaderNote).
Join in the discussion on renaming the E-Note
As you all know, SMDP is in the process of renaming the E-Note. However, we are in great need of your input. Please join the discussion by providing some name suggestions.
If you looked up the term capacity building, you would get several different definitions. Because of this, some people believe the definitions of the term capacity building are too broad and are being used primiarly to focus on training.
What are your thoughts about the term capacity building? How do you define capacity building? Has it lost its meaning? How does your definition differ from the author's definition? Click here to read the featured article in the MIPH E-Note on capacity building.
What is on the MIPH agenda?
Participants in the two-week interactive MIPH program will develop and enhance skills in:
• Project Management
• Performance Management
• Team Building
• Coaching and Mentoring
• Process Improvement
Training-of-Trainers (TOT) -- Optional component
The TOT is for managers whose job responsibilities also involve training. Those who are interested in teaching leadership and management capacity building to others are encouraged to attend the 2-day TOT. Participants of the TOT practice teaching the MIPH concepts and tools. They receive feedback and mentoring from other participants and CDC master trainers.
How much does it cost to attend the MIPH program?
Each MIPH participant will pay $2,500 to cover registration fees, program materials and meals for the respective programs. Airfare, lodging, and per diem are not included in the registration fees and should be covered by the participant’s funding source. Applications are now being accepted online, click here to start.
Who Should Attend the MIPH Program?
Participants should be managers who are:
- Responsible for developing and managing a health systems strengthening priorities identified by senior health leaders
- Experienced managers or supervisors with at least two years managerial experience
- Committed to improving the managerial skills and competencies
- Able to actively engage in a participative 2-week course conducted in English
The 2011 Management for Improved Public Health (MIPH) Program
The 2011 MIPH Application is now available!!!