CHEST 2023 Leadership Development Course
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Expires on Oct 08, 2024
Credit Offered
5.5 CME / CE Credits
5.5 MOC Points
5.5 RN Credits
5.5 PA Credits
5.5 AANPCB Credits

Leadership competencies are critically important for physicians to navigate clinical practice, research, and administrative roles. Yet leadership competencies, which are different than clinical or scientific competencies, are not included in traditional medical curricula. Some would even argue that the frequent “command and control” leadership style seen in health care creates a “hidden curriculum,” which handicaps physicians who remain unexposed and unaware of the fuller palate of leadership competencies and style. This course reviews some essential leadership competencies for emerging physician leaders. Specifically, the course will use an experiential and highly participatory approach to develop and awareness of the attributes of an effective leader, the features of an effective team, and a useful approach to conflict management.

The following topics will be facilitated: leadership, collaboration, and change management; teambuilding and teamwork in healthcare; conflict resolution; and negotiation skills.

  • Define emotional intelligence and the evidence for its importance in leadership
  • Discuss the important physician competencies needed to lead in health care organizations
  • Recognize available models of leadership
  • Discuss models of change and their relevance to you
  • Overview the 5 conflict styles
  • Assess and understand the conflict styles you use and the impact it has on your results and relationships
  • Increase your dialogue skills for resolving conflict
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As of November 2023, MOC points will be claimed separately from CME credit and submitted instantaneously. Learners will be required to enter their date of birth and American Board of Internal Medicine ID numbers when claiming MOC points.

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