How do you create a healthier society? By helping organizations across the globe develop leadership skills. We offer leadership development adapted to the unique challenges of clinicians and administrators working in population health.

  • Leaders in our Healthy Places North Carolina program learned to activate their professional network to develop, on average, 6 new collaborative relationships.
  • 81% of Executive Nurse Fellows participants and their raters report that fellows increased leadership self-confidence as a result of the program.

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Learn how we helped the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) support emerging leaders at community-based nonprofit health organizations.

How We’re Making a Difference

Developing the Next Generation of Community Healthcare Leaders

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Developing the Next Generation of Community Healthcare Leaders

CCL developed a curriculum for early-to-mid-career professionals emphasizing collaboration, innovation, and community visibility to more effectively tackle health and healthcare issues.

Leading from a Place of Privilege: Moving from Empathy to Equity

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Leading from a Place of Privilege: Moving from Empathy to Equity

We must talk about privilege, embrace discomfort and push for equity if we stand a chance at making long-term, sustainable health improvements in the communities we serve.

Leading Culture Change at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

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Leading Culture Change at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is focusing on culture development as a lever for progress so organizations achieve goals, amplify successes, and have greater impact.

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