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More GFA Webinars

  • How We Turn Academics into Leaders
    We offer and have mandated leadership training and yet it doesn’t seem to stick. Some of our academics are good leaders, but many, and some very critical ones to our future, are not. What are strategies for delivering these skills? Or are we hopelessly naïve in thinking we can change people? Or does this dilemma speak to how we pick our academic hires who have leadership positions? Unlike business, however, people do not go to medical school to manage people or manage change across an organization. Yet increasingly that is what medical school faculty in leadership positions are being asked to do.
  • Addressing Race in the Workplace Webinar
    Have you struggled with conversations around race in your environment? Even though they can be awkward and difficult, these conversations can become an important part of how we dispel myths and improve productivity. Why should we address such a sensitive topic in our workplace? Honest conversations help us to understand each other better, build trust and improve relationships between colleagues. Listen in on this engaging conversation that can change institutional culture and remove barriers around race in the workplace.
  • The People Make the Place: Leveraging Your Most Valuable Strategic Resource
    A collaborative Webinar hosted by the AAMC Faculty Forward, Group on Business Affairs (GBA), Group on Diversity and Inclusion (GDI), Group on Faculty Affairs (GFA), Group on Research Advancement and Development (GRAND), Graduate Research, Education, and Training (GREAT) Group and Group on Women in Medicine and Sciences (GWIMS) discuses best practices in talent management.
  • Discussion with Dr. Scott E. Page: Creating Diverse and Inclusive Cultures: Transforming Ourselves, Our Faculty, and Our Institutions External Link
    To help raise awareness of the importance of diversity and inclusion in academic medicine, the AAMC hosted a Webinar featuring Scott E. Page, Ph.D., a leading scholar in the role diversity plays in organizations and society.
  • Leveraging Diversity and Inclusion to Transform Our Institutions
    Barbara Barzansky, Ph.D., M.H.P.E, AMA Co-Secretary, Liaison Committee on Medical Education; D. Craig Brater, M.D., Vice President for University Clinical Affairs, Dean and Walter J. Daly Professor, Indiana University school of Medicine; and Darshana Shah, Ph.D., Associate Dean, Faculty Affairs and Professional Development, Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine discussed how to align policies and practices to meet the LCME IS-16 at the 2012 GFA and GDI Joint Professional Development Conference.
  • Creating Strategic Partnerships: Faculty Affairs Offices and Human Resources
    In an effort to maximize resources the Medical College of Wisconsin transitioned its Office of Faculty Affairs to have a more strategic partnership with the Office of Human Resources in early 2010. Recently the GFA teamed up with the GBA HR interest group to sponsor a webinar detailing this transition.

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