Kindly fill in the registration form below to declare your interest in the Leading High-Performing Healthcare Organisations (LeHHo) Programme and our administrators will get back to you on your application process.
The face of healthcare is dynamic and more complex than ever, with technological innovation, new treatments, new laws & regulations, and new types of healthcare service delivery models.
In addition to negotiating the day-to-day demands of a busy and complex organisation, healthcare delivery leaders must also be able to evaluate and understand the impact of different healthcare delivery models and major service delivery programmes in specific disease areas.
The Leading High-Performing Healthcare Organisations Programme (LeHHO) was designed in conjunction with Management Sciences for Health (MSH), through funding from USAID, for the healthcare leaders of our region. It is geared towards improving healthcare delivery, a key indicator of economic development.
This programme explores the diverse and complex challenges that confront regional healthcare leaders. You will acquire the skills and frameworks needed to implement new processes, organisational designs, and leadership strategies within your organisation.
The programme is targeted towards top leadership and senior executives who are responsible for performance and service delivery in the health sector from National government, County governments, Faith-based organizations, Private for-Profit health organization, NGO’s among others.
Participants are carefully selected to enhance a great mix of senior executives from various industries and regions with relevant knowledge and experience to boost the quality of the discussions and group work.
The programme is offered in 5 modules in a span of six months. Each module runs for 4 days a week.
Participants are tasked with projects to improve healthcare delivery in their organizations.
SBS’ faculty members hold PhDs from leading universities and reflect different nationalities, giving them a unique perspective on today’s complex business landscape.
Through the integrated expertise, participants gain a comprehensive view of business, with the distinct needs of healthcare business leaders in Africa kept sharply in focus.
You will meet recognized thought leaders, skilled educators, groundbreaking researchers, among others. They will empower you to become the visionary leader in your career, your organization, and the global economy demand.
Classroom discussions provide conceptual frameworks for effective decision making, along with practical tools for real-life.
LeHHo , like all SBS programmes, focuses on the person, benefiting him and, in extension, the healthcare institution for which he works.
This programme will enable you to:
The programme consists of five one-week modules held over one year on SBS’ campus in Kenya. Participants are awarded a certificate upon completion of the programme.
Due to the busy working schedules of participants, LeHHo is flexibly designed to be delivered in a multi-modular format, offering you a unique opportunity to undertake substantial learning and development that can be fitted into your professional and personal life.
The face of healthcare is dynamic and more complex than ever, with technological innovations, new treatments, new laws & regulations, and new types of healthcare service delivery models.
In addition to negotiating the day-to-day demands of a busy and complex organisation, healthcare delivery leaders need to evaluate and understand the impact of different healthcare delivery models and major service delivery programmes in specific disease areas.
We have developed over time of programmes to help healthcare leaders and managers cope with this ever-changing landscape.
Kindly fill in the form below and we shall send the brochure to you
Module I: 14 – 17 September 2020
Module II: 19 – 22 October 2020
Module III: 16 – 20 November 2020
Module IV: 14 – 17 December 2020
Module V: 18 – 21 January 2021
Mode of Delivery: Online (Module 1 – 3), Face-to-Face (Module 4 – 5)
Cost: Ksh. 360,000/ USD 3,678