We are committed to develop tools, processes and programs to break down barriers for women faculty to increase their participation in all aspects of our department and in particular the pipeline to leadership roles.
2022 Mid-Career Faculty Women's Leadership Development Program
This is a unique program on campus for mid-career faculty and is complimentary to the School of Medicine's Women’s Leadership Training. This 10-month program includes five ½ day workshops, bi-monthly lunch and learns and a 360-assessment debriefed with an executive coach with individual development planning. Programming provides generalized leadership skill development with a focus on barriers and biases women often face in leadership roles.
Target Audience: Department of Medicine faculty, mid-career, any promotion track, any degree. We seek to build a diverse, inclusive cohort, and welcome applications from any mid-career Department of Medicine faculty seeking leadership training, including, but not limited to, all who identify as women, trans, gender non-conforming, non-binary, or genderqueer.
2022 Session Dates, held 8:30am-12:30pm:
Session 1: Wednesday, March 2
Session 2: Wednesday, May 4
Session 3: Wednesday, September 14
Session 4: Wednesday, October 26
Session 5: Wednesday, December 7
Rooted in development of Emotional Intelligence including self-awareness, self-management, relationship awareness and social management, workshops include: The Business of Healthcare, Successful Negotiations, Learning to Fail, Persuasive Communication: Constructing a Narrative for Vision and Personal Storytelling, Building a National Reputation, Learning to Ask for Help, and The Power of We focused on culture.
To date, the program has graduated 17 participants in Cohort 1 2019-2020, with an additional 22 completing the program this December as members of Cohort 2 2020-2021. Cohort 1 participants reported increased confidence and experience ratings in all targeted leadership competencies, and 100% of participants indicated they would recommend the program to colleagues.
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Salary Benchmarking and Transparency
Salary equity is the number one priority topic selected by focus group participants. 64% of faculty rated “make salary public” as both a highly important and highly feasible action that would promote gender equity in DOM.
If you have an area of concern that you would like the committee to address, please contact:
PAGE Chair Margaret E. Wierman MD
Professor in Medicine,
Director, Pituitary Adrenal and Neuroendocrine Tumor Program
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
Chief of Endocrinology, Denver VAMC