This is the second in a new quarterly leadership-focused lecture series, Exploring and Enhancing Leadership in the Academy, with the goal of providing an open forum with leaders at the Yale School of Medicine and beyond who are committed to principles of collaboration and service.
This talk will focus on ways to leverage strengths, purpose, courage, and strong interpersonal connection for optimal leadership within academic medicine. Several leadership development programs recently created for YSM faculty and trainees will also be described. The learning objectives for this session are for participants deepen an understanding of:
- The importance of enhancing relationships and promoting task completion for leading optimally
- How strengths, values, courage, and strong interpersonal connection can be leveraged to meet leadership challenges within academic medicine
- Several leadership development programs currently underway for YSM faculty and trainees
This will be a hybrid session, held live and in person from the Cohen Auditorium and simulcast via Zoom.
The Exploring and Enhancing Leadership in the Academy lecture series has been promoted throughout the YCSC, at 230 South Frontage Road and 350 George Street, through leadership-themed posters designed by Skyler Rapacioli, an undergraduate graphic design student CT State College.