Management Institute

Join us in Toronto for the Leon Hess Management Training and Leadership Institute
Wednesday, April 22, 2015 focusing on Change Management   

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As a GIM Division Chief or Leader do you face top talent retention, decreased productivity, increased recruitment costs, decreased quality of care?

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ACLGIM's LEAD program!

ACLGIM's LEAD program is designed for junior-mid career faculty leadership development. In Toronto we will welcome the 2nd class of participants!

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How ACLGIM is Transforming Leadership in Medicine...

Through its Leadership Institute, mentorship of emerging leaders, new chiefs orientation and active discussion within the GIM community, ACLGIM is working for you. 

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How ACLGIM is Increasing Diversity in Leadership 

Providing opportunities to advance the careers of young leaders; focus on those from underrepresented communities is especially important

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Welcome to ACLGIM

collins.jpg Leaders in general internal medicine encompass a diverse group. Responsibilities of such leaders may include oversight for a large research study, development of curricula for medical students, training of internal medicine residents, and/or major administrative roles within a school or program of public health. ACLGIM is the home for not only chiefs but leaders in general medicine. We invite you to consider joining ACLGIM and to invite faculty from within your institution to join as well. Current members have highlighted the benefits of membership in ACLGIM which include networking, tools to help you grow as a leader, and opportunities to foster the growth of future leaders.

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- Dr. Monica Lypson - Assistant Dean for GME, Univ of Michigan