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Leon Hess Management Training and Leadership Institute 

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Academic Leadership in the 21st Century:  Bridging Complex Boundaries

Wednesday, April 11, 2018
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Sheraton Downtown Denver | Denver, CO

The Management Institute will be held prior to the start of the 2018 SGIM Annual Meeting.  Learn more about the 2018 SGIM Annual Meeting

2018 Institute Dates

December 14, 2017

Online registration opens

February 15, 2018

Early registration deadline


March 29, 2018

Online registration closes

April 11, 2018

2018 Management Institute 

Registration Fees:

Member:  $400.00
Non-Member:  $540.00
ACLGIM Dinner:  $95.00

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To sign up for the the 2018 Hess Institute, you must select as an additional fee session while registering for the the 2018 SGIM Annual Meeting.  If you intend to only attend the Hess Institute, you can choose ACLGIM Institute Only as a registration category.


Academic Leadership in the 21st Century: Bridging Complex Boundaries

Leadership in the 21st century is increasingly about change and learning to successfully navigate the boundaries of our complex organizations. As technology and new information continue to reshape our lives, leaders and managers are change agents who guide teams to create and embrace new best practices. Leading change requires the skills to design, communicate and implement a shared vision.

Join your colleagues at the 2018 Leon Hess Management Training and Leadership Institute to share and learn skills that facilitate our roles to successfully span complex boundaries and promote a learning organization.

ACLGIM is excited to announce this year’s meeting will include breakout sessions:

  • Training for Academic Leaders on Fostering a More Diverse, Equitable and Inclusive Work and Learning Environment. Presented by the SGIM Disparities Task Force
  • Leading from the Middle. Presented by ACLGIM LEAD Program Faculty
  • Personal Knowledge Management with Electronic Notebooks: An Approach to Reducing Leadership Stress. Presented by Neeraj Tayal, MD, The Ohio State University

The Institute is designed as a resource for Leaders in General Internal Medicine, including Division Chiefs, Hospital Medicine Directors, Associate Chiefs, Section Heads, Administrators, and other leaders in divisions of GIM and Hospital Medicine. Leaders are encouraged to attend, actively participate, and consider bringing along a colleague from their institution who would benefit from attendance and leadership development. Chiefs from other IM sections, administrators and anyone with a leadership role within GIM divisions are also encouraged to participate. We look forward to welcoming you to this community. LEAD participants will once again attend the Institute.