Tag Archive for ‘leadership training’
Effective leadership skills for leading a team and advocating for patients are summarized.
Registration is open for the 11th annual ACS Residents as Teachers and Leaders Course, April 28−30 at the College’s headquarters in Chicago, IL.
Apply now for the American College of Surgeons (ACS) Surgeons as Leaders: From Operating Room to Boardroom Course April 30–May 3 in Durham, NC.
Registration is open for the ACS Leadership & Advocacy Summit 2017, May 6–9, at the Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel.
A new fellowship intended for surgery residents who have completed a portion of postgraduate training can receive leadership skills education.
This article summarizes the leadership portion of the 2016 ACS Leadership & Advocacy Summit in Washington, DC, which focused on conflict resolution, social media reputation management, and how enhanced emotional intelligence can lead to better outcomes.
Strategies for leadership development and physician engagement are summarized in this article, including three key traits of effective leaders: conviction, communication, and collaboration.
The application deadline for the Heller School of Brandeis University Executive Master of Business Administration program for physicians is December 1.
This article summarizes the leadership portion of the 2015 ACS Leadership & Advocacy Summit in Washington, DC, which focused on leading with influence, chapter success stories, and overcoming resistance to change.
Brandeis University Heller Leadership Program in Health Policy and Management provides an education on the business side of surgery
Graduates of the Heller Leadership Program in Health Policy and Management describe how the course influenced their role as surgeon leaders.
In this month’s column, Dr. Hoyt provides an overview of the Leadership Development Program, which provides training on conflict resolution, emotional intelligence, and leadership personality assessment to ACS staff.
This month’s cover story provides details on how the military medical services and other first responders are using a unique simulation model and other techniques to train personnel to lead in crisis situations. The article also explores the myths regarding performance improvement techniques that are frequently embedded in the culture of high-risk professions, often to their detriment, and suggests ways to address these challenges.