Leadership And Mentorship Programmes

In the fast-changing healthcare industry, leading efficiently and doing so with confidence are key to success. The BHF Academy offers a series of leadership and mentorship programmes as well as training for the healthcare industry to develop the next generation of healthcare executives and CEOs by equipping them with an understanding of the key strategic issues facing the healthcare industry. Programs are designed for professionals from various sectors in healthcare; including government agencies, hospitals, medical schemes, healthcare professionals, Administrators, Pharmaceutical Companies and other healthcare institutions.

Mentorship Programmes for Middle Managers

To build foundational mindsets and behavior that deliver real impact to the business. The Xcelerator’s 6 phase approach is based on active learning, authentic practice, and data-driven measurement that helps to:

  • Identify existing strengths and growth areas
  • Gain a better understanding of what you do and don’t
  • Know through “hands-on” activities
  • Explore practical frameworks for improving leadership
  • Practice new skills in a safe space with a team of Young Leaders
  • Apply new skills to your existing work streams 

Women in Leadership

This is a rare opportunity for women across the SADC region to focus on their professional development.

Focusing on:

  • Advancing women leaders in their careers in healthcare
  • Learning, growth, and inspiration.
  • Networking

Trustee Training

In an ever-changing environment, trustees are increasingly required to demonstrate how they govern medical schemes and keep their defined knowledge up to date. This NQF Level 07 training is offered by BHF and Wits Business School and is open for all in the SADC. The trustee training is hosted biannually and provides an ideal opportunity for trustees to expand their knowledge beyond the basics covered in the medical scheme industry and the regulatory environment, it offers the ability to explore the issues, share experiences as trustees encounter in their roles and responsibilities.