Steward Health Care Malta invests in long-term FranklinCovey leadership training programme for all staff

One of the first sessions of the FranklinCovey leadership programme at Steward Health Care Malta

Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 July, 2022 at 9:32 am by Andre Camilleri

Five-year implementation process partly delivered by in-house trainers

Steward Health Care Malta has engaged one of the most trusted leadership training companies in the world, FranklinCovey, to deliver its leadership and personal effectiveness development programme in a phased process that will involve every single member of staff over a five-year period.

Phase one of this process started on 1 July 2022 and lasts 12 months. The cohort involved in the first phase are the senior management team, 25 departmental heads and five trainers. In Phase two, which will be delivered over the subsequent four years, the bespoke development programme will extend to all employees of the hospitals.

Last year, the senior management team attended a “7 Habits of Highly Effective People®”in-house work session, which will form a core part of the bespoke training and development programme. The FranklinCovey content will also include a “Leading Customer Loyalty”programme.

“Steward Malta is committed to reviewing, improving and investing in all aspects of our organisation, as we continue to make long-term, world class investments in Malta. We were highly impressed with FranklinCovey’s approach and consider this a great way to strengthen our culture, operate at our best and deliver the superior care services that all the people of Malta and Gozo deserve,” said Dr Nadine Delicata, President of Steward Health Care Malta.

“This is a truly momentous decision by Steward Health Care to enable FranklinCovey to bring its powerful content around leadership, culture, communication and so much more throughout the organisation,” said Malcolm Naudi, FranklinCovey Malta Managing Director.

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