Rudi Ansbacher Advancing Women in Academic Medicine Leadership Scholars Program Nomination Form
Description

To nominate, click the green APPLY button, not the green Register button. Additional nomination information below.

This intensive 18-month leadership development program was initially designed to accelerate the development of women for senior positions in academic medicine and healthcare. It is open to all leaders, regardless of gender, who have a demonstrated commitment to supporting the advancement of women. Because the Medical School strongly believes that this commitment is a universal responsibility, and that leadership development is most effective in an inclusive and diverse environment, we encourage nominations of individuals of all genders. The program will provide leaders with insight into their leadership strengths and opportunities, allowing for greater self-awareness, growth, development, and success.

The program is designed in partnership with University of Michigan Medical School, Linkage, Inc., and the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.

The curriculum focuses on developing four fundamental and four differentiating competencies. Each of these competencies is refined through phases: preparing for leadership, transitioning into leadership, sustaining success in leadership, and transitioning again into new leadership positions.

Fundamental Competencies

  • Understanding and navigating complex systems
  • Building and leveraging networks
  • Aligning and driving vision
  • Driving change and innovation

Differentiating Competencies

  • Self-efficacy
  • Political savvy
  • Personal and professional growth
  • Building communities of practice

For questions regarding nominations, please contact Whitney Williams in Faculty Development at whitnwil@umich.edu (link sends e-mail).

Qualifications

The program is open to all leaders, regardless of gender, who have demonstrated a commitment to supporting the advancement of women. The Medical School strongly encourages nominations of individuals of all genders.

Faculty Nominees: Applicants must hold the rank of associate or full professor in a medical, dental, or health sciences school or health related field, and have had a significant leadership role.

Applicants must be nominated by the dean of their institution, their departmental chair, or the chief executive officer of their academic health center. If the nomination comes from the CEO, please provide a secondary nomination from the school of primary academic appointment. We strongly suggest that each applicant discusses her application with her nominator before applying.

Administrative Nominees: Applicants must hold a significant leadership role (such as senior administrator, CEO, COO, CIO, CMO, etc.) in a medical, dental, nursing, or public health school, or academic hospital/health system, and have had administrative experience in personnel and budget management.

Special consideration will be given to those nominees designated as Emerging Leaders with demonstrated leadership capacity who are in a significant leadership role. Applicants must be nominated by the dean of their institution, their departmental chair, or the chief executive officer of their academic health center.

Program Costs

$10,000 per non-University of Michigan affiliates. Tuition is complimentary for University of Michigan affiliates. 

Program Deadlines

  • Nominations are due October 31, 2022
  • Selected nominees will be invited to complete an application during the week of November 7
  • Applications are due January 16, 2023
  • Selected applicants will be informed of their acceptance the week of March 10, 2023
  • The sixth cohort of the Ansbacher Program will begin in October 2023 and end in April 2025. Final dates for the remainder of the program will be shared at the time of program application.

*We anticipate a hybrid model for our 2023-2024 participants. This is subject to change as we will continue to follow CDC recommendations regarding in-person gatherings. 

Nominations Details

  • Please note nominations must be made from a desktop or laptop (not a mobile device).
  • The nomination prompts are:
    • Your (Nominator) information
    • Nominee information
    • Why are you nominating this candidate?
    • What new knowledge or skills would you like to see this candidate learn during their fellowship year?
    • How will you work with and mentor your candidate during and after the fellowship?
    • What formal or informal leadership roles do you anticipate this candidate assuming in the next 3-5 years? How will you support the candidate in this endeavor?
    • Is there any additional information you would like to share about this candidate? 
  • Please note that once you hit the Mark as Complete button you will have submitted your nomination form.

For more information about this program, please contact Whitney Williams in Faculty Development at whitnwil@umich.edu.

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Rudi Ansbacher Advancing Women in Academic Medicine Leadership Scholars Program Nomination Form


To nominate, click the green APPLY button, not the green Register button. Additional nomination information below.

This intensive 18-month leadership development program was initially designed to accelerate the development of women for senior positions in academic medicine and healthcare. It is open to all leaders, regardless of gender, who have a demonstrated commitment to supporting the advancement of women. Because the Medical School strongly believes that this commitment is a universal responsibility, and that leadership development is most effective in an inclusive and diverse environment, we encourage nominations of individuals of all genders. The program will provide leaders with insight into their leadership strengths and opportunities, allowing for greater self-awareness, growth, development, and success.

The program is designed in partnership with University of Michigan Medical School, Linkage, Inc., and the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.

The curriculum focuses on developing four fundamental and four differentiating competencies. Each of these competencies is refined through phases: preparing for leadership, transitioning into leadership, sustaining success in leadership, and transitioning again into new leadership positions.

Fundamental Competencies

  • Understanding and navigating complex systems
  • Building and leveraging networks
  • Aligning and driving vision
  • Driving change and innovation

Differentiating Competencies

  • Self-efficacy
  • Political savvy
  • Personal and professional growth
  • Building communities of practice

For questions regarding nominations, please contact Whitney Williams in Faculty Development at whitnwil@umich.edu (link sends e-mail).

Qualifications

The program is open to all leaders, regardless of gender, who have demonstrated a commitment to supporting the advancement of women. The Medical School strongly encourages nominations of individuals of all genders.

Faculty Nominees: Applicants must hold the rank of associate or full professor in a medical, dental, or health sciences school or health related field, and have had a significant leadership role.

Applicants must be nominated by the dean of their institution, their departmental chair, or the chief executive officer of their academic health center. If the nomination comes from the CEO, please provide a secondary nomination from the school of primary academic appointment. We strongly suggest that each applicant discusses her application with her nominator before applying.

Administrative Nominees: Applicants must hold a significant leadership role (such as senior administrator, CEO, COO, CIO, CMO, etc.) in a medical, dental, nursing, or public health school, or academic hospital/health system, and have had administrative experience in personnel and budget management.

Special consideration will be given to those nominees designated as Emerging Leaders with demonstrated leadership capacity who are in a significant leadership role. Applicants must be nominated by the dean of their institution, their departmental chair, or the chief executive officer of their academic health center.

Program Costs

$10,000 per non-University of Michigan affiliates. Tuition is complimentary for University of Michigan affiliates. 

Program Deadlines

  • Nominations are due October 31, 2022
  • Selected nominees will be invited to complete an application during the week of November 7
  • Applications are due January 16, 2023
  • Selected applicants will be informed of their acceptance the week of March 10, 2023
  • The sixth cohort of the Ansbacher Program will begin in October 2023 and end in April 2025. Final dates for the remainder of the program will be shared at the time of program application.

*We anticipate a hybrid model for our 2023-2024 participants. This is subject to change as we will continue to follow CDC recommendations regarding in-person gatherings. 

Nominations Details

  • Please note nominations must be made from a desktop or laptop (not a mobile device).
  • The nomination prompts are:
    • Your (Nominator) information
    • Nominee information
    • Why are you nominating this candidate?
    • What new knowledge or skills would you like to see this candidate learn during their fellowship year?
    • How will you work with and mentor your candidate during and after the fellowship?
    • What formal or informal leadership roles do you anticipate this candidate assuming in the next 3-5 years? How will you support the candidate in this endeavor?
    • Is there any additional information you would like to share about this candidate? 
  • Please note that once you hit the Mark as Complete button you will have submitted your nomination form.

For more information about this program, please contact Whitney Williams in Faculty Development at whitnwil@umich.edu.