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Leadership Program on High Performing Healthcare Organizations arranged by MILE Concluded in Jeddah

(Jeddah, April 14, 2013) In today’s competitive atmosphere, businesses often find themselves running a race to survive and to reach the top. This leaves Quality Healthcare and Market Lead vital factors to survive and excel. The Madinah Institute For Leadership and Entrepreneurship (MILE) recently hosted a Leadership Program for High Performance Health Organizations (HPHO). The event consisted four (4) days of valuable, interactive sessions by highly skilled, internationally recognized leaders and consultants from the Healthcare Industry.

Held at the Sheraton Jeddah Hotel, KSA, Day 1 started off with the opening speech by Dr. Mohamed Moustafa Mahmoud, CEO of MILE after which the first session commenced in which Professor Salman Rawaf from Imperial College, London, enlightened the participants on Management and Leadership in Healthcare. Something aptly referred to in the conference as “The Human Factor”. Indeed, this was the perfect start to the event. The following three days proceeded with constructive, informative and engaging sessions by speakers from organizations around the world including Mr. Ramzi AbuZahrieh from King Faisal Specialist Hospital (KSA), Mr. Aurel Brudan from the KPI Institute (Austrailia), Mr. Scott Terry along with Mr. Ahmad Al-Matari from GE Healthcare and Dr. Mussaad Al-Razouki from Kleos Healthcare (Kuwait).

April 10th, 2013 – Meet the Healthcare Leaders conference marked the closing event for (HPHO). A range of sessions delivered by renowned speakers from prestigious organizations from all around the world including the International Medical Center (KSA), Saudi Food and Drug Authority, GE Healthcare (Middle East, Africa, Turkey and Russia), BUPA Arabia, National Health Regulatory Authority (Bahrain), Eli-lilly, Nahdi Medical Company, Kleos and Healthcare Solutions, Schneider Electrics (United Kingdom). These experts shared their insights on how leaders could beat their competitors by maintaining a correct leadership strategy for their organization.

With a combination of discussions and case study examples, participating executives were guided on how to develop a healthcare leadership style that would not only meet their organization’s aims and objectives, but will help these healthcare leaders to achieve their personal goals as well. Speakers also stressed on the importance of abilities such as quality control, employee management, conflict resolving and analyzing situations in an effective way. These skills are vital for effective Healthcare Leadership. The vast range of Leadership exercises, interactive sessions and case studies provided during the event assisted our attendees to discover the leadership style that suits them best.

Another highlight of HPHO was the One-on-One Psychometric assessment and coaching session provided by our partners TalentQ. A number of our participants benefited from this rare opportunity free of cost, which helped them in understanding the kind of personal traits that contribute to the kind of leadership method adopted by them. Along with this, attendees were also provided with complimentary copies of some of the world’s best-sellers on Healthcare Leadership; “High Performance Healthcare” by Jody Hoffer Gittell & “Lean Thinking in Healthcare” by Dr. Zamil J. Attar and were also given exclusive access to SmartKPI and knowledge base, accompanied by PDF versions of some of the most renowned and appreciated publications on Leadership research. Our International participants were also given an opportunity to perform MILE’s Complimentary Umrah!

Besides these benefits, the High Performance Health Organizations program proved to be an amazing opportunity for Healthcare professionals to mingle with people from their field by sharing insights and experiences with each other. By discussing issues and situations faced by today’s Healthcare Leaders, they managed to not only help themselves in improving their performance and position in the competitive world, but also assisted their fellows in adopting methods that would eventually lead to an overall successful healthcare industry. The team at MILE is proud to have been a channel that could be a potential contributor to the first steps of such progress.

As an ending note, we would like to thank our sponsors who helped us in making this event a success.

CSR Sponsors – Knowledge Economic City, Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority    and Nahdi Medical company

Strategic Sponsor: International Medical Center

Bronze Sponsor: Eli Lilly

Our Knowledge Partner – KLEOS Healthcare

Networking Partners – Imperial Healthcare, Saudi Society for Family & Community Medicine &  GS1 KSA

Our Academic Partner – Canadian University of Dubai

Our Media Sponsor – CNBC Arabia

Our Coaching Partner – TalentQ