In 1999 the Management Academy of Public Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill was established to create entrepreneurs to improve the efficiency and the effectiveness of public health organisations. With a focus on developing public health managers' management skills (people, data and money management), the programme incorporated 3 residential sessions over a 9-month period and trained teams of managers from public health agencies. The programme design included a project that...

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9.4.6 Develop management/leadership competencies
9.4.7 Develop team competencies

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