Faculty Leadership Development

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

Weatherhead professional development programs cover a range of topics designed to deepen your knowledge, build your skill set, and boost your performance. 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 on the way that medicine is practiced and students are educated by training individuals, groups, and organizations across the continuum of health science education.

HERS is dedicated to creating and sustaining a diverse community of women leaders in higher education through leadership development programs with a commitment to achieving equity, inclusivity and excellence in higher education.