Leadership and Management Programs

The CUIMC Leadership and Management Course for Faculty is a four-day program designed for faculty who currently have leadership/management responsibilities or who wish to include these in their career goals. It helps participants develop the knowledge and skills necessary for current and future leadership positions in the academic health sciences by utilizing active learning methods, including case studies, discussion, and the development of a personal project. The program consists of the following modules:

  • Leadership and Organizational Change 

  • Self-Management and Leadership 

  • Negotiation and Conflict Management 

  • Leading High Performance, Diverse Teams 

A follow-up session is scheduled approximately 3 months after the program has ended.

Offerings

  • Fall 2019: Leadership and Managment Course for Faculty
    • Friday, October 4, 2019: Leadership and Organizational Change
    • Friday, October 18, 2019: Negotiation and Conflict Management
    • Friday, October 25, 2019: Self-Management and Leadership
    • Friday, November 8, 2019: Leading High Performance, Diverse Teams
    • A follow-up session will be scheduled.
  • Spring 2019: Leadership and Management Course for Diverse Faculty
    • Friday, March 15, 2019: Leadership and Organizational Change
    • Friday, March 29, 2019: Inspiring Leadership and Self-Management
    • Friday, April 12, 2019: Leading High Performance, Diverse Teams
    • Friday, April 26, 2019: Negotiation and Conflict Management
    • Follow-up Session: Friday, June 28, 2019
  • Fall 2018: Leadership and Management Course for Women Faculty
    • October 5, 2018: Leadership and Organizational Change
    • October 19, 2018: Negotiation and Coalitions
    • October 26, 2018: Self-Managment and Leadership (morning)
      CUIMC Financial Overview (afternoon)
    • November 16, 2018: Leading High Performance, Diverse Teams
    • Follow-up Session: March 1, 2019
  • Spring 2018: Leadership and Management Course for Women Faculty
    • March 2, 2018: Leadership and Organizational Change
    • March 16, 2018: Negotiations and Conflict Management
    • April 6, 2018: Self-Management and Leadership (morning),
      CUIMC Financial Overview (afternoon)
    • April 13, 2018: Leading High Performance, Diverse Teams
    • Follow-up Session: September 14, 2018
  • Fall 2017: Leadership and Management Course
    • October 13, 2017: Leadership and Organizational Change
    • October 27, 2017: Negotiations and Conflict Management
    • November 3, 2017: Self-Management and Leadership (morning),
      CUIMC Financial Overview (afternoon)
    • November 10, 2017: Leading High Performance, Diverse Teams
    • Follow-up Session: February 9, 2018
  • Spring 2017: Leadership and Management Course
    • March 17, 2017: Leadership and Organizational Change
    • March 31, 2017: Self-Management and Leadership (morning),
      CUIMC Financial Overview (afternoon)
    • April 21, 2017: Leading High Performance, Diverse Teams
    • April 7, 2017: Negotiations and Conflict Management
    • Follow-up Session: December 15, 2017
  • Fall 2016: Leadership and Management Course
    • October 14, 2016: Leadership and Organizational Change
    • November 3, 2016: Self-Management and Leadership (morning),
      CUIMC Financial Overview (afternoon)
    • November 4, 2016: Negotiations and Conflict Management
    • November 11, 2016: Leading High Performance, Diverse Teams
    • Follow-up Session: March 10, 2017

Application

Applicants may be nominated by program or department chairs and directors, or by self-nomination. Applicants are asked to submit a C.V. and a personal statement no longer than one single-spaced, typed page that addresses their expected personal outcomes from the program; impact of the program in relation to their current or desired leadership role; and, as available, a brief description of a project they are undertaking or would propose to develop for the project requirement of the program.

Selection Criteria

Because active participation of members of each class enriches the experience of the group, we encourage a broad and diverse range of faculty backgrounds and expertise. Selection of candidates will be based in part on consideration of balanced representation from the various departments and institutes at CUIMC.

A strong candidate application presents evidence for leadership potential, including:

  • Information about professional and educational background
  • Evidence of formal and informal professional development
  • Impact of current leadership and management experiences
  • Breadth of current leadership experiences
  • Rationale for seeking leadership roles and possible impact of the training on their current leadership role

Please contact Clara Lapiner, Director of Faculty Professional Development, Diversity and Inclusion at CUMC at c.lapiner@columbia.edu if you have any questions about this program.