Advancement after tenure may depend upon leadership skills and experiences. Key skills used by department chairs, company executives, and business consultants—such as negotiation, management and problem resolution—may be the next steps. Below are a number of tools that can help facilitate that growth.
University Leadership Resources
"Role of Senior Faculty Orientation for Newly Tenured and Promoted Faculty" Workshop
This site contains resources to enhance leadership skills, improve the day-to-day department management and expand network for ongoing problem solving, support and information sharing.
CWRU faculty can receive a 50 percent tuition discount on all one-day courses on leadership and change; multiday courses also are available.
National Leadership Programs
ELAM's year-long program develops the professional and personal skills required to lead and manage in today's complex healthcare environment, with special attention to the unique challenges facing women in leadership positions.
The Harvard Macy Institute seeks to inspire and promote real organizational change by training individuals, groups, and organizations across the continuum of health science education.
HERS works to create and sustain women leaders in higher education. Readings and assignments help participants start considering how they may positively lead and influence higher education
Formerly the Society for Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine, WESH is a professional organization dedicated to the advancement and promotion of women executives in academic medicine, health care and the sciences.