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Rudi Ansbacher Women in Academic Medicine Leadership Scholars Program

Faculty Development is excited to announce the third cohort of the Rudi Ansbacher Women in Academic Medicine Leadership Scholars Program. Many of you are familiar with ELAM, the Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine program offered by Drexel University. Due to the competitive internal and external environment for nominations and awards, we have launched our own program to develop our pipeline of leaders.

This intensive 18-month leadership development program was initially designed to accelerate the development of women for senior positions in academic medicine and healthcare. It is open to all in leadership roles who have a demonstrated commitment to supporting the advancement of women. The program will provide leaders with insight into their leadership strengths and opportunities, allowing for greater self-awareness, growth, development, and success.

The program is designed in partnership with U-M Medical School, Linkage, Inc., and the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.

Program Highlights

  • 14 days of immersion workshops over approximately 18 months
  • Executive leadership coaching
  • Action learning, reading, and related assignments
  • Ongoing development planning
  • Exposure to and participation in committees and projects
  • Preparation for future challenges and advancement
  • Entrance to the Leadership Summit for Women in Academic Medicine and Healthcare

The curriculum focuses on developing four fundamental and four differentiating competencies. Each of these competencies is refined through phases: preparing for leadership, transitioning into leadership, sustaining success in leadership, and transitioning again into new leadership positions.

Fundamental Competencies

  • Understanding and navigating complex systems
  • Building and leveraging networks
  • Aligning and driving vision
  • Driving change and innovation

Differentiating Competencies

  • Self-efficacy
  • Political savvy
  • Personal and professional growth
  • Building communities of practice

Nominations

The nominations for our 2019 cohort are now OPEN. Click here to submit a nomination for our upcoming 2019 cohort.

For questions regarding nominations, please contact Whitney Williams whitnwil@umich.edu.

Qualifications

Faculty Nominees: Applicants must hold the rank of associate or full professor in a medical, dental, or health sciences school or health-related field, and have had a significant leadership role.

Applicants must be nominated by the dean of their institution, their departmental chair, or the chief executive officer of their academic health center. If the nomination comes from the CEO, please provide a secondary nomination from the school of primary academic appointment. We strongly suggest that each applicant discusses their application with their nominator before applying.

Administrative Nominees: Applicants must hold a significant leadership role (such as senior administrator, CEO, COO, CIO, CMO, etc.) in a medical, dental, nursing, or public health school, or academic hospital/health system, and have had administrative experience in personnel and budget management.

Special consideration will be given to those nominees designated as Emerging Leaders with demonstrated leadership capacity who are in a significant leadership role. Applicants must be nominated by the dean of their institution, their departmental chair, or the chief executive officer of their academic health center.

Application

Once the nominations have closed, selected nominees will receive an invitation to complete a formal application.

Program Costs

$10,000 per University of Michigan affiliates and $12,000 per non-University of Michigan affiliates. Tuition includes the cost of materials and meals.

For more information about this program, please contact Whitney Williams in Faculty Development at whitnwil@umich.edu.


Related U-M Programs

The ADVANCE Program aims to improve the University of Michigan’s campus environment in:

  • Recruitment: Development and use of equitable recruiting practices.
  • Retention: Preemptive strategies to prevent the loss of valued faculty.
  • Climate: Improvement of departmental climate.
  • Leadership: Support for development of leadership skills and opportunities as well as on support for development of skills among all academic leaders.

Find programs and other resources of interest to women faculty and other under-represented groups on the ADVANCE website.