This popular and highly interactive seminar provides women at the assistant professor level with the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate the academic medicine enterprise as well as continue on the path to leadership.
This three and a half-day seminar is designed for women physicians and scientists holding medical school appointments and in the early stages of leadership positions within their discipline, department or institution. The seminar will present a foundation for modeling leadership behavior, assist in creating individual leadership goals, and provide an opportunity to receive mentorship on career-building skills, such as a personal statement and CV development. Participants will gain insights into the realities of building a career in academic medicine and science and will explore various paths to leadership within the academic health enterprise.
Throughout the seminar, areas of focus include: expanding self-awareness and leadership styles, improving communication and developing strategies for leading effective teams, navigating gender dynamics in the workplace, improving financial acumen and strategic planning, and more. The seminar also focuses on expanding a network of colleagues with the facilitation of peer discussion, large and small-group sessions, and the opportunity to reflect on how new skills and strategies can be applied upon the return to their institution. Additionally, there is an emphasis on establishing personal organizational skills and wellness practices to serve as a foundation for success as women advance to higher faculty ranks and leadership positions.
Seminar faculty from schools throughout the United States and Canada have been chosen for their specialized knowledge in particular areas and demonstrated leadership capabilities. They offer valuable information, inspiring stories, and practical advice to support career advancement.
Who Should Attend?
The Early Career Seminar for Women Faculty is designed for women at the assistant professor level, with a minimum of 1 year in their faculty appointment at a U.S. or Canadian medical school, but generally but generally less than six years. Instructors will be considered based upon experience.
July 11-14, 2020
Hyatt Regency Minneapolis
Application & Fees
The application process for the summer 2020 program will begin in mid-February 2020.
The 2019 application fee was $1,950 and included payment of the 3.5-day seminar, seminar materials, four breakfasts, three lunches, refreshment breaks, one dinner, and one networking reception. The application fee did not include the optional CME fee, travel, or hotel accommodations. This fee is subject to a slight increase in 2020.
At the completion of the seminar, participants will be able to:
• Integrate new leadership competencies and skills
• Gain insights into overcoming challenges of building a career in academic medicine and science
• Expand their network of colleagues
• Identify skill areas in need of further development
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