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Video clips from interviews with MCH Leaders
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Leading by Example: Modeling the Future for MCH***
Lecture by Donna Petersen,?MHS,?ScD,?Dean, College of Public Health, University of South Florida, from the October 2007 HRSA MCHB Federal/State Partnership Meeting
http://www.cademedia.com/archives/mchb/partnership07/Welcome.html

Public Agency Strategies for Achieving Success in the "Non-System" of Care
This panel discussion took place on November 20, 2007 as part of Holly Grason?s course on MCH?Legislation?and?Programs. The discussion features three seasoned MCH leaders?Bernard Guyer, Henry Taylor, and Susan Panny.

Module 1
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Video ClipLength (min)
Are leaders born or made?4:20
What is the difference between management and leadership?4:16
Qualities of a good leader2:47
The importance of integrity and honesty0:39
Leadership challenges3:54
How does gender affect leadership style?8:11
How does organizational culture affect leadership style?*5:55
Leadership challenges part 2: Pack your bag moments5:37
Ongoing development of leadership skills2:31
Leadership style over time2:38
Learning to lead 15:15
Learning to lead 23:25
My leadership hero (Mary Breckinridge)4:11

What attributes are important for a leader's effectiveness***
An interview with Julie L. Gerberding, MD, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, conducted by Ed Baker, MD, of the NC Institute for Public Health.

1:17
MCPHLT Post-Katrina Leadership Seminar Series
"Leadership Under Duress"

Listen as Karen DeSalvo, Chief Director of Medicine at Tulane Hospital, describes her experiences in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina. She talks about the attributes and activities of a few people who stood out to her as influential leaders in the midst of the post-Katrina chaos, and suggests ways students can adopt similar strategies to be successful leaders themselves. Monday April 10, 2006

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MCPHLT Post-Katrina Leadership Seminar Series
"Navigating Post-Katrina New Orleans
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Vangy Franklin, a native of New Orleans, discusses how she drew from her background in order to survive and become an inspirational leader in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. She describes her experiences living in the superdome and ultimately becoming the Chief of Medical Affairs at the New Orleans Health Department. Monday April 24, 2006

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1:02:02
  

Module 2
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Video ClipLength (min)
Creating a vision statement3:56
Elements of a good vision statement2:07
The roles of goals, objectives, mission and vision2:07
Bridging differences in creating a shared vision*3:53
Vision in a changing context4:39
Vision is at the heart of being a good leader1:10
The importance of teams and multiple perspectives in creating vision2:53
Making a commitment to change0:49
Clarity of purpose1:15
Engaging others in your vision and operating under changing agendas4:56
Engaging others to carry the MCH banner2:04
The power of the many*1:02
Benefits of a shared decision-making or visioning process*1:43
Drawbacks of a shared decision-making or visioning process*0:52
Does a shared vision impose limits on risk-taking and creativity?1:11

?What attributes are important for a leader's effectiveness?? ***
An interview with William Roper, MD MPH, CEO of the UNC Health Care System and Dean of the UNC School of Medicine, conducted by Ed Baker, MD of the NC Institute for Public Health

5:39
  

Module 3
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Video ClipLength (min)
The importance of teams and multiple perspectives in creating vision*2:53
Engaging team members2:39
Strategies for team building2:44
Characteristics of a good team4:35
External influences on teams: Dealing with change and intractable systems5:11
How does organizational culture affect leadership style?*5:55
Creating a learning environment and quality improvement6:27
Growing as a team4:16
Leadership styles in the Title V needs assessment process3:49
The power of the many*1:02

Module 4
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Video ClipLength (min)
Dealing with conflicting perspectives2:29
Prioritizing public health issues*4:53
Negotiating an inhospitable political climate4:05
Dealing with conflicting/overlapping jurisdictions0:56
Negotiating conflict5:11
Responding to political conflicts**8:56
Leveraging and making sense of relationships**3:58

Prioritizing among competing public health issues

4:25
Benefits of a shared decision-making or visioning process*1:43
Drawbacks of a shared decision-making or visioning process*0:52

The role of risk taking

6:15

Dealing with negative feedback

4:47

Dealing with conflict in policymaking

4:39

Common causes of conflict

2:42

Negotiation in the budgeting and legislative processes

5:25

Building public health values and vision into the budgeting process

3:49

Managing conflict among your employees

2:39

The benefits of conflict in an organization

1:19

Critical negotiation and conflict resolution skills

1:11
  

Module 5
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Video Clip

Length (min)

"What goes around comes around"0:46
Prioritizing public health issues*4:25
The role of risk taking*6:15
Confronting organizational change1:57
Managing organizational change5:31
The tension between incremental and wholesale change2:26
?How does your leadership style effect organizational change?? ***
An interview with Kevin Fitzgerald, MPA, Special Assistant to the Chancellor, UNC, conducted by Ed Baker, MD, Director of the NC Institute for Public Health
11:28
?How does your leadership style effect organizational change?? ***
An interview with Julie L. Gerberding, MD, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, conducted by Ed Baker, MD, Director of the NC Institute for Public Health
4:12

Winds of Change: 1981 MCH Directors Meeting?***
Video interview from Maternal and Child Health Bureau's MCH Timeline

9:01
Political Environment ***
Video interview from Maternal and Child Health Bureau's MCH Timeline
6:17

Module 6
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Video ClipLength (min)
The importance of mentoring and peer support2:00
Fostering professional development in MCH4:42
A call to MCH directors and program managers to provide professional development opportunities1:02
Laying the groundwork for a career in MCH1:29
Multiple levels of leadership within an organization1:15
The importance of developing people3:00
Career trajectory: Falling into public health**3:00
Career trajectory: Building a system from the ground up**7:27
The White House Blog:?Michelle Obama on mentoring and new mentoring programs initiated by the White House4:41
  

Other Topics

Video ClipLength (min)
Balancing personal and professional lives9:48
"What comes around goes around"0:46
Working the system and making the system work: Leveraging and making sense of funding streams**4:20
Working the system and making the system work: Knowing the numbers**2:53
Working the system and making the system work: Communicating the right information in the right way**1:44

?How do you maintain balance and find time for renewal???***
An interview with Leah Devlin, DDS, MPH, North Carolina State Health Director, conducted by Ed Baker, MD of the NC Institute for Public Health

1:18

?How do you maintain balance and find time for renewal???***
An interview with William Roper, MD MPH, CEO of the UNC Health Care System and Dean of the UNC School of Medicine, conducted by Ed Baker, MD of the NC Institute for Public Health

4:01
  

* Appears in more than one module
** From Public Agency Strategies for Achieving Success in the "Non-System" of Care. This panel discussion took place on November 20, 2007 as part of Holly Grason?s course on MCH?Legislation?and?Programs. The discussion features three seasoned MCH leaders?Bernard Guyer, Henry Taylor, and Susan Panny.
*** Video clip is from an outside source and was not taped as part of the MCH Leadership Development Series.

       

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