This year-long track, which kicks off with the Madison Institute summer session, will strengthen the skills of those in senior leader roles and prepare the next in line for the evolution of healthcare and your place in it.
Designed for you by fellow practicing executive leaders, the curriculum answers the increasing demands of lead philanthropy roles, delving into several domains and including enrichment opportunities. Since we all know that networking is often just as important as the core content, each day is structured to include a “Daily Dialogue” with plenty of time for us to interact and learn from each other.
View Track Blueprint
Sessions will help you enhance your knowledge as a highly reliable executive, from improving your healthcare and financial acumen to fortifying yourself to flex to the increasing demands of the role. Domains covered include:
- The healthcare industry
- Becoming the high reliability executive
- The Chief Development Officer role, formal and informal
- Building and sustaining a team
- Creating a culture
- Change management
- Managing YOU
- Financial acumen (system and philanthropy)
- Creating a playbook for your shop
- Strategic planning and management
- Integration/deploying strategy
- Board/Volunteer management
- Panel discussions
Each participant will be assigned a mentor on the first evening, for an opportunity for you to engage during your Madison experience. You will also be provided exclusive access to all members of the faculty, an exclusive dinner, and other enrichment opportunities.
Who Should Attend
This track is exclusively for senior leaders. If you are not currently in or newly promoted to a lead role such as Executive Director, CEO, Chief Development Officer, Chief Philanthropy Officer, etc., you will be required to complete a formal application form and supply a letter of recommendation from a supervisor, mentor, or AHP volunteer leader.
How to Register
CDOs: If you currently serve as a top philanthropy executive (CDO/CPO, etc.), you may register for the Executive Leadership track directly. Use the Register link at the top right of this page.
Future CDOs: If you are not currently in a chief philanthropy executive role, please complete this formal application form. The application requests information about your current role, asks how participation in the Executive Leadership track will help you achieve your goals, and allows you to upload your letter of recommendation.
Start your application.