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SCIANA - THE HEALTH LEADERS NETWORK

Past Program

Overview

The pandemic has triggered a crisis for health, societies, and economies, revealing deep fault lines in planning and decision-making. Conventional approaches to these complex health and social challenges have been siloed and competitive. However, today’s complex issues require universally concerted collaboration and action. New approaches to leadership are needed to catalyze transformational change in the new normal.

In the latest Sciana webinar to address the COVID-19 crisis, guest speaker David Nabarro will share his insights on how network members can develop their capacity for systems leadership in response to the pandemic. He will also share how the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) offers a recovery pathway for building a better and more sustainable future for all.

This webinar is open to Sciana Network Members only.

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FORMAT

This webinar will include a keynote speech, reflections from discussants within the Sciana network, an Q&A forum in plenary, and small group discussions.

PARTICIPATION

This webinar is open to Sciana Network Members only.

SPEAKER HIGHLIGHT

As Special Envoy of WHO on COVID-19, co-director of the Institute of Global Health Innovation at Imperial College London, and strategic director at 4SD – Skills, Systems & Synergies for Sustainable Development, David Nabarro brings extensive experience of working at the interface of health, environment, food, sustainable development and beyond.

FOCUS AND KEY QUESTIONS

The speaker will present the living systems framework, and its application to the systems leadership in need in health and in response to COVID-19, by focusing on four critical questions:

  • How should leaders make sense of today’s chaos and complexity?
  • What should system leadership in health look like in this peri-pandemic phase and thereafter?
  • What mindset is needed for transformational system changes?
  • How can leaders make best use of networks?
OBJECTIVE

Sciana Members will gain valuable insight on:

  • Building capacity for systems leadership in response to COVID-19
  • New ways of working with diverse actors, identifying solutions, handling complexity cognitively and assessing performance.