From August 2019 – May 2020, one topic will be covered each month. Participants will view a recorded webinar and then participate in a live 30 minute Q&A session with faculty.
Final topics/faculty will be confirmed soon so please check back for program updates.
Below is an example of the 2018-2019 program.
Richard Duszak, MD, FACR, FRBMA
Many emerging leaders believe that they cannot assume leadership responsibilities without a formal title, but some of the most effective leaders are the ones who lead in a grassroots manner. This session will help emerging young leaders identify inner strengths and unique opportunities that will complement traditional organizational leadership.
Alexander M. Norbash, MD, MHCM, FACR
In order for leaders to be successful, they must regularly engage in difficult, though crucial conversations. This session will focus on ways to identify when this is necessary, and how best to engage others in these important conversations.
Gregory Nicola, MD
Successful leaders in both private and academic practices regularly participate in negotiations, which can include equipment purchases and leases, employee hiring and hospital and other contracts. This session focuses on identifying mutual wins in every negotiation, and how to avoid common pitfalls in the negotiation process.
Constructing and Maintaining High-functioning Teams
Matthew Hawkins, MD
The hallmark of a leader is one who creates environments for success and can foster high-functioning teams — something that is not taught in traditional medical education. This session focuses on developing skills and tools that will help radiologists build and be a part of high-functioning teams, and establish shared goals and vision for the future.
Alan H. Matsumoto, MD, FACR
The most effective leaders create environments for others to succeed, rather than simply delegating tasks, and seek to serve those that they lead. This session will outline basic principles of servant leadership.
Bringing Awareness to Unconscious Bias
Carolyn Meltzer, MD, FACR
Humans all have biases that interfere with their ability to effectively identify, engage, and cultivate talent. This session will help emerging radiology leaders identify and acknowledge their own hidden biases and actively engage in practices to overcome them.
Change Management in Complex Organizations
David B. Larson, MD, MBA
Inspiring highly-intelligent workers to adopt shared goals is challenging, but necessary, for organizational success. This session helps emerging radiology leaders identify challenges in bringing about change and skills to help most effectively transform institutional cultures and priorities by using basic principles from the science of performance improvement.
Personal Finance: Why it Matters for Leadership at All Stages
Kurt A. Schoppe, MD
Personal finance is important for both personal and professional well-being. We easily overlook the value of taking care of ourselves as we work on our professional careers and focus on our patients. In this webinar, we are going to explore the basics of personal finance, how our finances relate to both burnout and professional success, and outline a plan to correct any deficiencies we may discover.
Developing Personal Well-Being and Resilience (“Protect the Asset”)
Cheri L. Canon, MD, FACR
Burnout is approaching crisis proportions in health care and for a variety of reasons, radiologists may be more vulnerable than other medical specialists. In order for leaders to be most successful, they need to identify the activities and behaviors that promote personal well-being and that promote fulfilling environments for their teams.
K. Elizabeth Hawk, MD, MS, PhD
Strong leaders are those who can effectively communicate a genuine and shared vision, and inspire others to execute that vision. This session explores how one's personal brand — uniquely crafted by the individual — can help promote their legitimacy as a leader and foster sustainability.