This leadership development seminar focuses on women physicians and scientists holding medical school appointments at the associate professor level, and holding leadership positions within their discipline, department or institution. The seminar's three and a half day curriculum is designed to provide mid-career faculty with the knowledge and skills necessary to support progress along the path to leadership in academic medicine and science. The seminar covers organizational leadership topics and skills specifically relevant for mid-career faculty such as sponsorship, negotiation, funding the academic mission, resilience and wellness, communication and influence, and other topics central to enacting effective collaboration and demonstrated leadership in various mission-critical activities.
Participants will benefit from a combination of general sessions and small group self-selected breakout sessions, providing the ability to tailor the seminar to their specific learning needs and interests. The personalized curriculum and interactivity of this seminar will help attendees discover pathways to leadership and brainstorm ways to advance women in academic medicine and science. Attendees will develop academic medicine and science career building skills and employ strategic thinking about their career and leadership development.
Who Should Attend?
The Mid-Career Seminar for Women is designed for women physicians and scientists at the associate professor level, with between 8-15 years experience in their faculty appointment at a U.S. or Canadian medical school, looking to advance in their career within academic medicine and science.
December 2-5, 2020
The Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch
Application & Fees
The application process for the winter 2020 program will begin in early August 2020.
The 2019 application fee was $2,300 and included payment for the 3.5-day seminar, seminar materials, four breakfasts, three lunches, refreshment breaks, one dinner, and a networking reception. The application fee did not include the optional CME fee, travel, or hotel accommodations. The fee is subject to a slight increase in 2020.
At the completion of the seminar, participants will be able to:
• Visualize potential paths to leadership, and develop career plans to advance toward that vision.
• Identify networks of mentors and colleagues in academic medicine and science.
• Acquire tools and skills necessary for leading teams toward improved organizational and individual performance.
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