The Leadership, Management, and Governance (LMG) Project launched its first Virtual Leadership Development Program (VLDP) for Pre-Service institutions on February 18, 2013. The VLDP consists of six learning modules facilitated by experienced LMG staff who provide continual support, feedback, and guidance to participating teams during the program. Facilitators for this VLDP are Belkis Giorgis, Senior Technical Advisor for Gender and Capacity Building and Susan Post, Senior Technical Advisor for Leadership and Organization.

  • By: Management Sciences for Health

This community provides opportunities for ongoing learning and support for managers who lead and facilitators of management and leadership programs. Members have the opportunities to connect, develop, and gain support through the LeaderNet website, email, fax, CD-ROM, phone, and face-to-face meetings. Members are able to exchange ideas and experiences, learn from one another, receive specialized coaching, participate in lively discussions in the network's forums.

  • By: Management Sciences for Health

TCNetwork is a global, branded network of quality consultants and consulting organizations from Africa, Asia, Eurasia, and Latin America. Through its virtual marketplace, TCNetwork offers donors and clients a place to source experienced, pre-screened, capacity development professionals working to solve the developing world's most pressing health challenges. The TCNetwork's website is a platform for dialogue about and rapid dissemination of new ideas, professional exchange, and accessing critical tools and approaches in the members-only site.

  • By: Management Sciences for Health

This handbook helps build the capacity of managers at all levels of the health system to lead their teams to achieve results and transform their organizations into high-performing organizations.

Click here to access the Managers Who Lead publication online.

  • By: Yale Global Health Leadership Institute
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The AIDED model posits five interrelated components that are essential to the complex process of scale up: 1) assess the landscape, 2) innovate to fit, 3) develop support, 4) engage user groups, and 5) devolve efforts for spreading the innovation. The AIDED model traces the full arc of dissemination, diffusion, and scale up, offering novel insights into the dynamics of spread. It can be considered in design and implementation of programs.

 

  • By: IPPF
  • Published Date: April 2011
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This is a toolkit for new advocates.  It offers tips and tools to help create change at policy level. The relevance to LMG is that the advocacy approach outlined is adaptable to different contexts and sectors.

  • By: IPPF
  • Published Date: September 2009
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This handbook outlines examples of advocacy used in Brazil, Nigeria and Tanzania to achieve goals such as increased funding to tackle high levels of maternal mortality and the need for family planning commodities. It identifies in detail key lessons learnt during the three years of the programme. The relevance to LMG is that the advocacy approach outlined is adaptable to different contexts and sectors.

  • By: IPPF
  • Published Date: September 2009
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This handbook outlines examples of advocacy used in Brazil, Nigeria and Tanzania to achieve goals such as increased funding to tackle high levels of maternal mortality and the need for family planning commodities. It identifies in detail key lessons learnt during the three years of the programme. The relevance to LMG is that the advocacy approach outlined is adaptable to different contexts and sectors.

  • By: IPPF
  • Published Date: September 2009
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This handbook outlines examples of advocacy used in Brazil, Nigeria and Tanzania to achieve goals such as increased funding to tackle high levels of maternal mortality and the need for family planning commodities. It identifies in detail key lessons learnt during the three years of the programme. The relevance to LMG is that the advocacy approach outlined is adaptable to different contexts and sectors.

  • By: IPPF
  • Published Date: September 2009
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This handbook outlines examples of advocacy used in Brazil, Nigeria and Tanzania to achieve goals such as increased funding to tackle high levels of maternal mortality and the need for family planning commodities. It identifies in detail key lessons learnt during the three years of the programme. The relevance to LMG is that the advocacy approach outlined is adaptable to different contexts and sectors.

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