Core LINX is designed to support new and emerging leaders and managers. It includes 14 leadership modules based on the LEADS Capability Framework and 6+ Management (transactional) Modules. This program is open to both unionized leaders and non-contract managers. Participants (Cohort model) are required to attend all modules and complete pre- and post module work (1 hour per module).
Experience LINX is designed to support leaders and managers with 2-3 years of experience. The curriculum includes 3 modules; exploring personal leadership, leading through relationship and leading in systems. Sessions are followed by a day of wrap up and graduation. This program is open to both the unionized leaders and non-contract managers. Participants are required to attend all 11 days of the program, engage in 6 hours of triad work (between the first and second modules), and do both pre and post module work (reading, journal writing, etc).
Transforming LINX is uniquely designed for Senior Leaders and is intended to help them navigate the complexities of the healthcare environment and drive transformational change within the system by:
- Participating in 3 three-day leadership residencies in Vancouver,
- Joining in a peer-to-peer online community experience,
- Embarking upon a significant systemic Action Learning Project (ALP),
- Engaging in 1:1 and ALP team coaching
This program is focused on senior leaders with potential to report to a CEO in 1-3 years. It is expected that the participant commit to a substantial amount of ALP work between residencies.
Coaching LINX includes two programs.
Coaching Out of the Box (COOTBx) is designed for leaders and managers who want to learn the art of coaching. This program is open to both unionized leaders and non-contract managers. Participants are expected to attend a full 2-day in-class program, plus 6 1-hour post-program coaching practice triad sessions.
Coaching for Senior Leaders is on an as-needed basis.
Mentoring LINX connects health care leaders across BC in a dynamic network of learning, sharing, and growth. Through their relationships with one another, mentors and mentees enhance their potential and create a culture where leadership is valued and nurtured. This program is open to both unionized leaders and non-contract managers.