Dwivedi, and Joseph G.
Background Leadership in medicine, medical education, and health care is more complex in the 21st century than ever before. The medical profession and the country are in need of leadership that is inspiring, insightful, engaging, and humble—leadership that both understands and represents the needs of patients, physicians, medical educators, and trainees.
Fellows spend one year honing their leadership skills and expanding their knowledge base in the areas of: Leading from within—Creating access to a broader range of ways of being, thinking, and acting to become more effective in dealing with the challenges for which the usual solutions are inadequate.
Servant Leadership—Based on specific core values, ideals, and ethics, effective, sustainable, and excellent leadership is based on core professional and personal values and a commitment to servant leadership. Self-examination, the "inward journey," leading from within; A structured curriculum focused on topics related to leadership, including an understanding of the relationship between leadership and management; Mentors and mentoring; Experiential learning to broaden the perspective and understanding of leadership as it relates to medicine and health care; and Team-based learning and developing communities of practice.
Eligibility Mid-career physicians who provide outstanding leadership within their organizations. The fellowship may not be used for salary support for either the Fellow or institutional mentors. Submission Requirements Applicants must provide a detailed description of how they will use the funds to further their pursuit of leadership development.
A nomination letter from the senior executive e. The nomination letter maximum two pages should include: The project should have a scope that can be accomplished during the course of the year.
The project should provide the applicant the opportunity to define a problem or need, identify barriers to addressing the problem, and design, implement, and complete an achievable plan. Sustainability of projects will be important in the evaluation process.
Preference will be given to scalable projects with the potential for a broad impact on medicine, medical education, health care, or other important challenges. Applicants are encouraged to choose mentors outside of their immediate organizations or work groups. Mentorship must be ongoing throughout and after the year.
Mentors should ensure the Fellow access to high-level administrators and leaders. The letter must include: An exception may be requested, however, a list of reasons for the requested exemption must be included.
Applications that are submitted without this list will be returned. Letters that indicate a clear career path leading to greater leadership responsibilities will be considered evidence of strong institutional commitment.
Application requirements A completed checklist.
Self-examination; The structured curriculum focused on topics related to leadership, including an understanding of the relationship between leadership and management. Why they selected their mentor s. How they will develop team-based learning and communities of practice. A personal statement from the applicant maximum two pages that summarizes: Prior leadership experiences, including specific personal examples both successes and failures and lessons were learned.
How the applicant envisions making a difference in the profession of medicine through leadership. A letter from each mentor maximum two pages each or a combined letter from both mentors outlining: The structure and goals of the projected mentorship.
A commitment of time for mentoring, and support for ongoing leadership opportunities after the Fellowship is completed. The mentors' biosketches maximum four pages each. Recommendation letter from the Chapter Councilor or Association Chair, if applicable.
Applications must be emailed to Libby Appel at leadershipaward alphaomegaalpha. Fellows will have required readings in Leadership and will participate in a bimonthly teleconference that will be facilitated by a senior leader and will focus on topics related to challenges in leadership or project-related concerns.
The leadership description must be defined and described in the application.
During the award year, Fellows will be encouraged to create a community of practice with each other, as a vehicle to encourage peer-to-peer mentoring and sharing of experiences.As the keystone leadership manual for the United States Army, FM establishes leadership doctrine, the fundamental principles by which Army leaders act to .
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