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What is MOPHLI?

 

The Missouri Public Health Leadership Institute (MOPHLI) is a one-year leadership program created collaboratively in 1990 by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services and the Heartland Centers at Saint Louis University, School of Public Health. The first program cycle began in the fall of 1992 and the program met annually with alternating cycles of new and graduating Fellows.  A total of over 208 local and state administrators and managers have completed the MOPHLI program.

 

What are the goals and purpose of MOPHLI?

 

The mission of MOPHLI is to develop and enhance the transformational leadership knowledge and skills of MDHSS managers and public health agency administrators. The goals of MOPHLI include the following:

 

  1. Provide a competency-based sequential leadership development program that supports application of new knowledge and skills in the practice setting;
  2. Enhance the leadership competencies that are vital to strengthen and improve capacity of the MDHSS public health and senior services system to perform essential services;
  3. Strengthen linkages among state and local practitioners.

 The program is designed to enhance the public health and senior services infrastructure through improving the leadership competence of local and state health administrators/managers. The curriculum is designed to help individuals develop transformational leadership knowledge, skills and competencies in areas that are vital to improvement of organizational capacity at state and local levels to improve the public health and senior services infrastructure in Missouri.

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