The Academic Public Health Leadership Institute (APHLI) is a year-long, cohort-based leadership development program designed to enhance the success of new ASPPH-member deans and program directors who have been in their positions for five years or less.
Through a blended format that includes virtual sessions, executive coaching, and an on-campus program, academic leaders will have access to a community of support with opportunities to consult with experts and an extraordinary peer group of colleagues.
The APHLI Advanced Leadership Program is led by faculty from the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL). CCL, a global leader in executive education, draws on decades of experience in developing top leaders in academia and public health.
The 12-month program includes:
The 2022-2023 Academic Public Health Leadership Institute is specifically designed for deans or program directors of ASPPH-member schools and programs who has less than five years in the position of dean or program director, and are able to commit to the full Leadership Institute program.
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APHLI is designed to support and develop individual capacity and leadership competencies to effectively lead and manage academic public health institutions. By participating in the Leadership Program, participants will be able to:
"APHLI was a unique opportunity for self-reflection related to one’s own leadership strengths and areas of growth. It focused heavily on developing skills that are necessary for effective leadership. I had previously participated in other leadership trainings, however, APHLI was the only one that truly impacted my leadership style."
“The Institute challenges you to critically reflect on how you “show up” in the eyes of others, discover new ways to better leverage your strengths, and sets you on a trajectory for ongoing professional improvement.”
"I came out of the APHLI program feeling better equipped AND better supported. The Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) team provided constructive, actionable feedback and the tools that I needed to make up my leadership game. Equally importantly, the program facilitated a deep bond with the other deans and directors in my cohort.”