Leadership, Management, and Governance

Developing Managers Who Lead

Strong health systems begin with inspired leadership; sound management; and accountable, transparent, and participatory governance. Health workers and managers need resources to support their work, and service users must hold health systems accountable for their performance. Health system leaders and managers need skills to engage stakeholders, motivate staff, improve quality, and implement interventions.

We have contributed to this field for more than three decades, bringing the best thinking and practices from organizational development and systems science to help health leaders, managers, and teams meet their most pressing challenges and achieve health results for their communities. Strong leadership, management, and governance practices lead to stronger systems that are better able to design and scale local innovations, deliver responsive quality care, meet ambitious health goals, and sustain health system improvements.

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Please direct all inquiries or speaking engagement requests to one from our Technical Experts to Jordan Coriza at jcoriza@msh.org or 617-250-9107.

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