The well-established 'Developing Leaders' course is a central part of ASME's leadership development programme for current and aspiring leaders in healthcare education. Delivered by experienced faculty, all of whom hold senior positions in health professions' education, the mix of theory, practice, networking and self-discovery enables participants to reflect and learn more about their own practice, facilitating educational or organisational change and how to get the best from their teams.
Aim is to develop participants' understanding and application of leadership and management theories to their own and others' educational practice.
Who should attend? This module is aimed at healthcare leaders (clinical and non- clinical) working in undergraduate and postgraduate contexts. Typical delegates include associate deans; curriculum, assessment, student support, admissions or programme leads, or heads or deputy heads of schools, and those aspiring to such roles.
How this course works - This five day residential course provides an opportunity to network and share ideas through interactive sessions and group activities. Set in the wonderful environment of Windsor Great Park, you will enjoy working with peers and faculty on your own leadership development and challenges, gaining ideas and strategies to take back to your organisation and teams. Prior to the course, you will be asked to complete some pre-course activities including MBTI, a Leadership Challenge and readings. More information will be provided once you have registered on the course.
More information can be found on the ASME website or by downloading the Flyer below.