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 LEAD LogoThe LEAD program is designed for junior to mid-career faculty who wish to further develop their leadership skills. Training and coaching from leadership scholars and successful GIM leaders is provided at the ACLGIM/SGIM spring meeting and continues for one year afterwards. Participants please be willing to attend both the ACLGIM Hess Leadership & Management Institute on April 11, 2018 and the LEAD components of the SGIM national meeting April 11-14, 2018 in Denver, CO. Program expectations include monthly independent readings/assignments with online discussions and regularly scheduled direct communication with an ACLGIM LEAD coach during the 12 months following the program start. At the end of the one year of successful participation, LEAD Participants receive an SGIM/ACLGIM LEAD certificate. Participants for the LEAD program are chosen via a competitive application process.

Application Requirements

In order to complete your application, you must submit the following materials by November 16, 2017:

Brief statement of interest in the LEAD Certificate program (do not exceed one page)

  • In your statement, please address what leadership in medicine means to you, what are your current leadership roles, your personal goals for your career, and your thoughts regarding how the program will benefit you.
  • Please describe a specific leadership goal or activity you plan to work on throughout your LEAD year.  You will be asked to intermittently report back on your progress on this goal or activity through your program year,  if selected.

Current CV 

Letter of support from your Division Chief or supervisor. This letter should include: 

  • Current leadership responsibilities of the applicant
  • Suitability of the applicant for future leadership roles 
  • Rationale for the applicant’s participation in the LEAD program 
  • Agreement for the applicant to attend the Hess Institute and national SGIM meeting in Denver, CO from April 11-14, 2018.
  • Agreement to support the applicant’s successful completion of the certificate program.

Application Instructions:  To apply, login to your SGIM/ACLGIM member profile by clicking the link below.  Under Awards Nominations and Applications, select "Click here to Nominate a Member for an Award" then click "Add" to select an award application. 

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Interested in Other Leadership Development Opportunities?

​You may qualify for the UNified Leadership Training in Diversity (UNLTD) Program - a leadership development program and scholarship for junior and mid-career faculty (i.e. instructor, assistant or associate professors) from underrepresented groups.  If accepted, the scholarship funds would help support costs associated with the LEAD program! 

Interested candidates must apply to both LEAD and UNLTD to be considered.   Learn more. 

LEAD 2017 Important Dates

August 16, 2017

Online application opens

November 16, 2017

Deadline for application 

January 16, 2018

Notification of acceptance

February 16, 2018

Certificate fee due

 

April 11-14, 2018

Attendance required at the ACLGIM Hess Institute and SGIM Annual Meeting in Denver, CO. 

 

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Registration Fees

LEAD Certificate fee

$750 SGIM & ACLGIM Members
$1,000 Non-members

Management Institute fee

$400 SGIM & ACLGIM Members
$540 Non-Members

SGIM Annual Meeting fee

$720 SGIM Full Member (early bird)
$1,145 Non-Members (physician early bird)

Totals Registration Fees

$1,870 SGIM & ACLGIM Members

$2,685 Non-members

Questions?

Contact Jillian Gann at gannj@sgim.org.

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LEAD Leadership

Deborah Burnet, MD, MA
Chief, General Internal Medicine
University of Chicago    

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April Fitzgerald, MD
Clinical Director, Johns Hopkins Medicine International
Johns Hopkins University

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Michele Fang, MD
Director, Surgical Co-Management
University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics

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