Workshop participants will choose 3 of the following workshops. Actual workshop selection will occur after August 1, 2017
Feedback on your presence and speaking style
Faculty: Angela Lussier
This workshop module will allow participants to discuss their personal hurdles with public speaking, strategies for performing well in specific public speaking settings relevant to the participants, and practice a brief presentation and receive immediate feedback from workshop faculty.
Working Smart Philosophies for the Physician Woman
Faculty: Flavia Nobay MD
Is meaningful, thoughtful, and high-impact work possible in our social milieu of constant messaging and task interruptions, and for women who are juggling complicated, overloaded lives? This workshop will take the principles of the best-selling book, “Deep Work,” and apply them to our non-clinical professional lives, reclaiming space for focused, high-intensity productivity.
Own Your Finances
Faculty: Adam Brown, MD and Michael Kass
This module will provide an overview of several major financial topics essential to professional women: retirement planning; negotiating to optimize your productivity and compensation: loan repayment; and establishing a trust.
Building Your Personal Leadership Brand
Faculty: Deborah Munhoz
What would happen if you could consciously shape your identity and distinctiveness as a leader?
Today’s world calls for a new paradigm of healthcare leadership. You can’t rely on clinical expertise alone; you must also influence others, work in partnership and get bottom line results.
How you behave, react and interact with others creates your reputation or brand – it’s what you become known for.
A strong leadership brand makes you stand out, expands your effectiveness and opens the door to new opportunities.
In this workshop, participants will learn a simple five-step process for creating a bold leadership brand statement that describes what they stand for and sets them apart.
Speak to the World
Faculty: Christine Ngauriya MD, Faith Ho MD
Women’s voices are missing from public news and discourse. The workshop module is designed to equip women to share their voices, with an overview of the structure of a classic op-ed, how to link your passion to current events, and tips on getting published. We will also discuss identifying and working with co-authors. For those new to or lacking confidence in writing, we will highlight the process of diving in for the first time and building confidence in the writing process over time.
Speak to the Science
Anna Marie Chang MD, Teresa Chan MD, Ellen Weber MD
For those in academia, increasing publications is a perennial benchmark. We will demystify the process of publishing regularly, reviewing the standard anatomy of a scholarly paper, how to improve the efficiency of the writing process, common pitfalls, options for publishing non-research academic papers, and how to respond to a journal’s “revise and resubmit” request.
The FIX IT Bar
Amplify Your Impact
Faculty: Mizuho Spangler MD, Jess Mason MD, Ross Fisher MD
This a hands-on workshop encompassing three 25-minute mini topics: “Creating a Podcast,” “Getting Started with Twitter,” and “Creating Visual Aids for Presentations or Social Media Posts.” Participants will cycle through these tech stations, each manned by a team of experts, who will provide an introduction and a chance to practice.