Developing Global Leaders and Economies

Leadership in Healthcare Management

LHM Program Completion Slide- 2-8-19

Abu Dhabi, UAE
Program Duration: 3 Days (March 19th – 21st, 2019)
Fees: AED 18,000 per participant (inclusive of 5 % VAT)

Certificate of Completion will be issued by :  “Harvard Medical School Executive Education”.
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Three-Day Leadership in Healthcare Management Course is approved by Knowledge & Human Development Authority (KHDA) Dubai – Permit No. 627780

In today’s dynamic business environment and global competition, leadership skills must continue to evolve and adapt in order to meet the constantly changing business environment and global marketplace. This is especially true for healthcare executives, who must lead their organizations into a future shaped by rapid changes in technology, reimbursement and patient-centered care. This certificate program prepares you for a high-level management role and enhances your potential for leadership and strategic thinking at your organization.

This three-day program will provide participants with valuable hands-on experience developing key leadership competencies central to the healthcare industry. Learn to identify areas for improvement or potential for growth in your organization and design strategic plans to set and meet goals.

  • Certificate of completion will be issued by Harvard Medical School
  • Real-life case studies & business game from Harvard Medical School (USA) and Harvard Business School (USA)
  • Networking opportunity with other CEOs, physicians, health care executives, business owners, and other senior executives

Key Benefits and Expected Outcomes

After attending this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand key ingredients of how to become a credible, transformational, and global leader in the health care industry
  • Enhance your leadership skills such as motivating physicians, nurses, administrators, and other employees at health care organizations
  • Learn how to communicate a vision, influence others, persuasion techniques, managing difficult conversations, team building, and managing change in health care
  • Explore ways on how to continue to develop yourself as a leader in a constantly changing world of health care
  • Examine your own organization through the lens of innovation
  • Interact with industry leaders, CEOs, physicians, and senior executives and faculty from around the world
  • Understand the forces shaping the future of healthcare, in order to make strategic decisions for your organization

Key Benefits to Your Organization

Enhance employee decision-making, leadership, performance, innovation, and employee retention, which will lead to competitive advantage, strategic growth, and improved quality and performance for health care organizations.

  • Transformational leadership overview
  • Self-Awareness: Personality Traits
  • Self-Assessment of your leadership style using Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
  • Mobilizing Others:
    • Effective communication
    • Coaching
    • Team building
    • Motivating others
    • Communicating a vision that sticks
    • Influencing
    • Networking
    • Managing your boss
  • Developing a leadership pipeline
  • Harvard Business School or INSEAD simulation and business game on leadership, change management, networking, and team building
  • Developing an action plan for your personal development as a high impact and transformational leader in the health care industry
  • Leading healthcare teams and performance improvement programs to implement change, improve patient-centric care and demonstrate value
  • Future trends that will shape the science and delivery of health care (e.g., personalized medicine, data science, digital/mobile, reimbursement, patient-centered care)
  • Interactive Classroom Sessions
  • Real-life case studies from Harvard Medical School and Harvard Business School
  • Business Game / Simulation from Harvard Business School or INSEAD
  • Group exercises and activities
  • CEOs, CFOs, Vice Presidents, Physicians, Executive Directors, Chief of Staff, Board Members, Owners, and Senior Executives in the health care industry.
  • Functional Heads, Business Unit Leaders, and Senior Administrators of hospitals, clinics, and pharmaceutical companies with a minimum of 5 years of experience.

Dr. Peter Clardy

Dr. Peter Clardy 

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Chair, Department of Medical Education, Mount Auburn Hospital
MD. Columbia College of Physicians & Surgeons


Dr. Clardy is the Chair of the Department of Medical Education at Mount Auburn Hospital, where he oversees undergraduate, graduate, and continuing medical education, and also serves as an intensivist in the medical and surgical intensive care units. An honors graduate of Yale University and the Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons, he completed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital, followed by fellowship training in Pulmonary and Critical Care in the Harvard Combined program, including Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

Dr. Clardy previously served as the Director of Medical Critical Care at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), and as the Program Director for the Massachusetts General Hospital / Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center / Harvard Fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. He is the former Deputy Editor of the Pulmonary and Critical Care section of UpToDate, and his clinical interests include academic leadership, medical education, sepsis, acute respiratory distress syndrome, and quality improvement in critical care. Dr. Clardy is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and is the senior editor of the Expert Clinician section of the Annals of the American Thoracic Society.

Throughout his career, Dr. Clardy has been recognized as an academic leader and exceptional clinical teacher with a longstanding commitment to the education of both medical students and clinicians at all levels of training. Dr. Clardy has received numerous awards for his ongoing commitment to teaching students and trainees, including the S. Robert Stone teaching award from Harvard Medical School, and the Katherine Swan Ginsburg Faculty Award for Medical Humanism from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, the Clinician Teacher Award from Mount Auburn Hospital, and the 2018 Educator Award from the American Thoracic Society.

Dr. Stanley Yang Shaw

Associate Dean for Executive Education, Harvard Medical School (USA)
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School (USA)
MD & Ph.D. Harvard Medical School, Harvard University (USA)



Dr. Shaw has served as Associate Dean for Executive Education at Harvard Medical School (USA) since 2016. In this role, he designs and leads customized, experiential executive programs for companies and individuals from diverse sectors of health care, including technology, health IT, internet search, biopharmaceuticals, and investing. He is also the Chief Scientific Officer for One Brave Idea (at Brigham and Women’s Hospital), a $75M initiative funded by the American Heart Association, Verily (formerly Google Life Sciences) and Astra Zeneca to understand and treat the underlying causes of coronary heart disease.

Dr. Shaw leads research efforts in digital health, bioinformatics, the gut microbiome and non-traditional streams of patient-reported data. Previously, Dr. Shaw co-founded the Center for Assessment Technology and Continuous Health (CATCH) at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), and his team led the development of one of the first ResearchKit iPhone apps (for type 2 diabetes) in partnership with Apple. He is a board-certified cardiologist.


Dr. Rizwan Amin SheikhDr. Rizwan Amin Sheikh

Dean & Professor, GBS
Ph.D., SKEMA Business School, France
MBA, Cleveland State University, USA
B.Sc., The Ohio State University, USA


Dr. Rizwan Amin Sheikh is a Dean and Professor at the Global Business School (GBS), Jeddah. He is a former Founding Associate Dean, Professor of Practice, and Director MBA Program at Karachi School for Business & Leadership (KSBL). He is a visiting faculty at Judge Business School-Executive Education (University of Cambridge, UK), Hult International Business School (USA), University of Sharjah (UAE), and Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT, Australia). Dr. Sheikh holds a Ph.D. from SKEMA Business School (France), MBA from Cleveland State University (USA), and B.Sc. from the Ohio State University (USA). He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) from PMI (USA). Dr. Sheikh is also a visiting faculty at Etisalat Academy, UAE. He is President of Project Management Institute (USA) Lahore Chapter.

Dr. Sheikh also served as an Assistant Professor and Director of the MBA Program at Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS). He is the former Chairman and CEO of Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB), Government of Punjab. Dr. Sheikh is a former Senior Manager of Deloitte Consulting (USA).

He has over 24 years of management consulting (Deloitte Consulting, USA), strategy formulation, change management, international program/project management, teaching, and business transformation experience in the public as well as private sector. Dr. Sheikh has led several business transformations, global projects, and change management initiatives in various countries including the United States, UK, Canada, Mexico, UAE, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Saudi Arabia, and Pakistan.

His research interests focus on national culture, strategy, leadership, change management, and project management. Dr. Sheikh has published case studies and presented papers at international peer-reviewed conferences. He is a dynamic public speaker and has been given awards like “Innovative Vision & Dynamic Leadership” by Fortune 500 companies including Microsoft and Intel.

Key Global Clients and Engagements
Dr. Sheikh has been a consultant, advisor, and trainer for following key international organizations:

  • Deloitte Consulting (USA)
  • AT&T (USA)
  • Pepsico (USA)
  • United Energy Pakistan (Formerly British Petroleum)
  • Pak Arab Refinery Company Ltd.
  • K-Electric (formerly known as Karachi Electric Supply Company – KESC)
  • Merill Lynch (USA)
  • Eaton Corporation (USA)
  • The United States Postal Service
  • University of Sharjah (UAE)
  • Etisalat (UAE)
  • Saudi-German Hospitals (SGH) Group

GBS reserves the right to change the program, faculty and date at any time.

Participant Testimonials:

“Great opportunity to learn and exchange knowledge with other leaders from the field”

– Asma Al-Ameri
Senior Head Quality Monitoring, Department of Health- Abu Dhabi

“Highly informative & interactive- Great for networking”

– Safwan Abdallah
Director of Business Development, MicroSafe Group International

“It is fundamental knowledge that every leader or manager growing in his or her career would need.”

– Gaith Hammad
Director of Organizational Effectiveness, Dr. Sulaiman AlHabib Medical  Group

“It was interesting to meet professional people from different sectors, healthcare and non-healthcare, government and private sector. I totally recommend this course to many of my colleagues in the senior and middle management position.”

– Bandar Abudawood
HR Director, Middle East Healthcare Company (MEAHCO)

“I am so happy to attend this course as it gives me wide knowledge and skills I learned from the speakers. The knowledge shared with colleagues during group discussions was very useful.”

Fahad Hamad Al-Khuraiji,
CFO, King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz University Hospital (KAAUH)