OWIMS Weekly Links & News - July 4-8
& CAREER DEVELOPMENT
SAVE THE DATE: Conflict Is Not a Dirty Word
September 19, 9:30-Noon OR 1-3:30 (repeat)
Networking lunch for AM & PM workshop
Presented by International Keynote/Motivational
Speaker, Corporate Trainer and Author, Debra Fox.
Ms. Fox will delve into the CONFLICT chapter of
her new book, Finding Your Moxie: Myths and Lies Successful Women
Kick to the Curb.
In person attendees, limited to 50 per
session, will receive a free copy of the book.
Video conference is also available if unable to
attend in person.
Please note your preference when registering
(required), by Sept 14, 2016. Register here: http://j.mp/28ROqDH
Event Audience: Women Faculty, Residents, Fellows, Postdoctoral Fellows,
Students and Advanced Practice Practitioners.
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pleased to announce two Unconscious Bias Training programs in partnership with
Cook Ross from July 19-22, 2016. The first is a one-day workshop on
unconscious bias for academic medicine leaders and the second is a Train the
Trainer program which will empower participants to give workshops on this topic
Everyday Bias Workshop
July 19, 2016, AAMC Learning
Center, Washington, DC
This is an evidence-based, dynamic one-day workshop in which you
will explore how your assumptions impact choices around communication,
innovation, hiring, engagement, management, promotion, marketing, and building
Unconscious Bias Train
the Trainer Program
July 19-22, 2016, AAMC Learning
Center, Washington, DC
The first day includes mandatory participation in the Everyday Bias Workshop.
Cost for the Everyday Bias Workshop is included in Train the Trainer
intensive and dynamic 4-day course provides a hands-on experience that prepares
you to deliver a workshop which explores how unconscious biases develop, how
they influence perceptions and decision making, and how to mitigate these
Please mark your calendars now and join your colleagues in this singular
opportunity that will inspire you, grow your professional network, and expand
Learn Serve Lead 2016: The AAMC
November 11-15 | Seattle
A community of present and future leaders of academic medicine—educators,
learners, researchers, patient care providers, administrators, and health
system leaders—will convene at the AAMC’s Learn Serve Lead 2016 to participate
in more than 100 sessions on cross-cutting topics.
Extraversion and Introversion, Clarifying the Terminology from
a Jungian Perspective
America loves women like Hillary Clinton-as long as they're not
asking for a promotion
Race, Gender and Scientists' Credibility
The New Success Track: Happiness
Stop Conflict At Work Now With The Power Of Story
How to select a mentor as a trainee and junior faculty
Perceptions about Continuous Professional Development Plan during Mentoring
Case Study on Learning Together: Faculty Mentoring Project