This webinar, sponsored by the AAMC Group on Medicine and Science (GWIMS) Subcommittee on Equity in Power and Leadership, defines the shifting centers of power in academic medicine through a power-mapping exercise. Presenters compared and contrast emerging with traditional leadership roles, discussed the attributes and skills necessary to attain such roles, identified systemic barriers that impede women who strive for these roles, and discussed institutional and individual efforts necessary to overcome these barriers, including the part that mentorship and sponsorship play.
After this webinar, you will be able to:
- Define emerging positions of power in academic medicine - are they in the Dean's suite or the C-suite?
- Explore the similarities and differences between emerging and traditional leadership roles.
- Discuss the attributes and skill sets necessary to attain these roles.
- Identify systemic barriers to emerging leadership positions for women and how they can be reduced/eliminated.
- Evaluate the roles of mentorship and sponsorship in promoting women into these leadership roles.
Linda Chaudron, MD, MS, Associate Vice President & Senior Associate, Dean for Inclusion & Culture Development, Professor of Psychiatry, Pediatrics, OB/GYN, University of Rochester SOM & Dentistry
Toi Harris, MD, Associate Provost for Institutional, Diversity & Student Services, Professor, Psychiatry, Pediatrics and Family & Community Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine
Archana Chatterjee, MD, PhD, Professor and Chair, Dept. of Pediatrics Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Development University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine
Diana Lautenberger, MA, Director, Faculty and Staff Research, Medical School Operations Research, AAMC