By the end of the program, we expect that participants will:
- Model and exemplify collaborative change leadership in all facets of their professional work.
- Advocate for socially accountable solutions.
- Explore different theoretical change approaches, and be able to apply change theory in their own contexts.
- Use appreciative inquiry principles to create a portrait of organizational strengths and change need, and determine where the capstone initiative naturally aligns to enable success.
- Design and implement an emergent change strategy by stewarding an organization, system or community-engaged capstone initiative.
- Integrate and align complementary initiatives within their system.
- Foster senior leadership and collaborative community engagement within and across systems.
- Lead meaning-making processes to generate sustainable change.
- Design and implement an evaluation strategy informed by developmental evaluation.
- Reflect on, assess movement and adapt direction throughout change implementation.
- Translate knowledge to improve health and health systems.
- Articulate a personal practical theory for collaborative change leadership.