NACCHO Announces Two Management Training Courses for Local Health Leaders

In alignment with NACCHOs commitment to provide local health leaders with the most comprehensive educational opportunities, NACCHO is pleased to announce the Management Essentials Training Series tailored exclusively for local health managers and supervisors! The virtual instructor led course provides a fresh perspective and a broad introduction to two topics critical to your success: Successful People Management and Fundamentals of Financial Management.

The goal of these modules is to enhance the skills of new or experienced local health managers and supervisors to address the complex, real-world, issues facing local health departments on a daily basis.

Using guided role play, real-world examples, practice sessions, and other exercises, participants will discover how to adopt best practices such as performance management processes that drives results and key financial management skills such as managing budgets, and plan for tackling new challenges. In-depth training combined with interactive activities will take participants through the paces of motivation, delegation, coaching, communication, performance management, and leadership.

Both courses will be delivered in convenient 90-minute weekly segments totaling nearly 10 hours of dynamic instruction per course over 6 weeks. Given the time commitment, we recommend individuals only sign up for one course at a time.

The courses will meet during the following times:

  • Successful People Management
    April 18, 2019 – May 23,2019
    Thursdays, 2:00-3:30pm ET
  • Fundamentals of Financial Management
    April 17, 2019 – May 22, 2019
    Wednesdays, 1:00-2:30pm ET

 To register for either Successful People Management or Fundamentals of Financial Management, visit NACCHO University. These courses are free; however, space is limited so register early!

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