1. Module 1: Introduction to Healthcare Leadership
    1. INtro
      1. The content is structured to present Human-Centered Leadership in Health- care, as an evidence-based nursing leadership theory and approach, which we explore in Part I. Employing that foundational research, in Part II you’ll start to work with the most neglected part of most leaders: yourself. Self-care, self-compassion, self-awareness, and mindfulness become the mantra and “fight song” of the Human-Centered Leader.
        1. Stream Discussion and ask participants These are the million-dollar questions. 1-What is the connection between Healthcare leadership and patient outcomes? 2- Does a relationship even exist?
        2. Why is your leadership important? :Video
          1. Need to cut video 2:41 and t=put AR. subtitles
        3. Introduce and explain what’s the Healthcare leadership meaning Focus on "Human-centred leadership in health care":
        4. Activity:Introduce the Best Leader/Worst Leader activity . Refer participants to Worksheet to record their experience and how they react/Feel
        5. Difference between Managers and leaders
        6. Human-centred leadership in health care framework
          1. “This framework reflects an innovative approach to leadership in health care":
        7. The Evolving Role of Healthcare Leaders
          1. Reflecting on how The healthcare industry is constantly changing and evolving.
  2. Module 2 : The Journey to Self-Awareness
    1. -To Know Thyself
      1. Introduction of self awareness To Know Thyself let’s ask participants these question and discuss —what does self-awareness have to do with Human- Centered Leadership in Healthcare? What does it mean “to know thyself”? Who’s this in the pictures ? = Socrates According to Socrates, “to know thyself is the beginning of wisdom.”
    2. The Powerful Pursuit of Self-Awareness
      1. Power of Paradigm - maybe
    3. The Four Self-Awareness Archetypes
      1. research conducted by Eurich (2018)
      2. The Johari Window Model - Maybe
    4. The Importance of Self-Care and Self-Compassion in a World Full of Burnout
      1. In a 2017 survey by Kronos Incorporated, 98% of hospital nurses stated that their work is physically and mentally demanding, 85% of the nurses noted that their nursing jobs led to overall feelings of fatigue, and 63% of nurses reported feeling burnout at some point during their careers.3
      2. Burnout levels and curve
      3. Stressors types
        1. internal
        2. external
      4. Acute stress
    5. Self-Care and the Art of Resiliency:
  3. Module 3:Igniting Motivation in Healthcare
    1. Understanding Theories and Influencing Factors
    2. Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation
      1. Importance of intrinsic motivation
        1. Matrix
          1. Activity
    3. Effective Motivation Techniques
  4. Module 4: Managing Time Effectively and Setting Priorities
    1. Effective Time Management Strategies
      1. The Golden Agenda (or the Leaden One)
    2. Prioritizing Tasks and Responsibilities
      1. Eisnhawer's Matrix
        1. Activity
    3. Delegating tasks and responsibilities
      1. Process
        1. Matrix
          1. Activity
  5. Module 5: Deciphering Challenges and Crafting Solutions
    1. Making Informed Decisions in High-Pressure Healthcare Environments 1
      1. Decision-making cycle
    2. Problem-Solving Techniques : Case Studies and Scenarios
      1. Role plays & mini cases will be provided
  6. Module 6:Leadership Development
    1. Managing the workplace Implement the 5 S
      1. APPENDIX II: What is 5S? To reduce motion and waiting wastes in healthcare, 5S tool must be implemented in the working places. Ensure all tools and medications needed by doctors and nurses are handy, reduce patient waiting time, and improve lead time of the care process. Sort – The needed from the unneeded: In this step you focus upon the identification of all items in a workplace which enables you to distinguish between the essential and non-essential items. Set – The workplace in order: In this step you identify the best location for each item, placing essential items in assigned locations. All non-essential items are removed from the work area in question. Shine – The work area: In this step you focus on creating a best practice approach to keeping the work- place clean and tidy at all times. The principle requires that you ensure that regular housekeeping activities occur continuously during any given shift. Standardize – Activities: Establish policies and procedures to insure 5S Implementation & improve- ment. In this step you work to identify with the process employees the best proce- dures to use to ensure effective and safe operation. These procedures become "law" and are applied diligently time and time again. Sustain – The 5S system: In this step you focus your energies to ensure that all activities and changes which have been implemented stay implemented. Actions such as continued clean- ing of the workplace, the identification of potential non-compliant activities and the reinforcement of approved activities are required to ensure the 5S activity remains beneficial. Safety- The Working Environment: This is the 6th S with ensure that all other 5S are meeting the safety require- ments. Support- The Implementation: Focusing on the budget, material and tools required to implement the other 6S plan. Security- The Resources: Focus on fixed assets (PP&E), material, human capital, brand equity, intel- lectual property, information technology, assets-in-transit and the extended supply chain.
  7. About content resources
    1. 60% content
      1. HUMAN-CENTERED LEADERSHIP in Healthcare
    2. Cases
      1. Lead like a nurse