In academic medicine, we all lead every day----we lead trainees, care delivery and/or research teams, projects, programs, and importantly, ourselves. Some of us have extensive experience in leadership roles; others are encountering such roles for the first time. Regardless, we can all benefit from leadership development programs, as leadership skills and behaviors can be learned and continuously enhanced.
To support Leadership Development at the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, the Center is offering the following opportunities:
The Master Teacher Leadership Development Program to enhance the teaching and related leadership and scholarship skills of full time faculty. This is a 9-month cohort-based, degree bearing program meeting once a week. Follow the link to the website for detailed program and application information.
The Fundamentals of Leadership Program to improve the leadership capabilities of mid-level faculty in leadership roles. This is a 7-month cohort-based program that will meet once a month.
Below are additional resources to support faculty in leadership roles and development.