Enhance country leadership impact in response to systemic challenges, in an effective, sustainable, and transformative manner.
Convene and offer state-of-the-art knowledge and specialized know-how – from both global and local institutions – in areas such as, integrated governance, systems change, and evidence informed policy.
Provide a space for country top-leaders in the health arena to meet with peers from own and other countries and collaborate to find innovative responses to specific leadership challenges.
Create a vibrant network of program alumni and CLP champions inspired by the country-driven, results-oriented GFF approach.
To address complex challenges within adaptive systems.
Developing knowledge, skills, and attitudes in an integrated manner.
Designed based on real cases described by participants.
Combined set of on demand features including coaching, webinars and technical workshops, real-context team assignments, communities of practice and tailored personal development plans.
In partnership with a variety of specialized institutions and experts.
Seeks to set-up a dynamic and influential alumni network, paired with research.
Laura and Derek Cabrera (B.S., M.P.A, & PhD, Cornell) are co-founders of the Cabrera Research Lab and researchers at the Cornel University. They have co-authored a number of publications on Systems Thinking, including the popular book “Systems Thinking Made Simple: New Hope for Solving Wicked Problems”. Laura applies her expertise in research methods and translational research to increase public understanding, practical application, and dissemination of sophisticated systems science and systems thinking models. Derek is an internationally known systems scientist and a faculty member at Cornell University, where he teaches systems thinking, leadership, and mapping. In his work, Derek developed and patented a suite of systems thinking tools for use in academia, business, and beyond. Both Laura and Derek are co-editors of the Routledge Handbook of Systems Thinking.