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The Mid-Career Women's Leadership Development Program



We aim to eliminate gender disparities in all aspects of the work we do and we aim to do this now. We will do this by training current and future leaders to be powerful and resilient thought leaders who will be the change agents that help us build the best work environment to create the most innovative and collaborative force that institutions have seen.     

 Questions on the program or on fit for your individual development needs? Review our Program FAQ​.

Program Objectives

 
Collective Development Plans in a Gender-Specific Format
Allowing for greater openness in a supportive environment and addressing unique issues women face
 
Develop Rich Peer Support Network
To enhance collaborations, job satisfaction, and to mutually support and promote each other
 
Augment Leadership Skill Sets and Capacities in Parallel with PAGE initiatives
To enhance collaborations, job satisfaction, and to mutually support and promote each other
 
Mitigate Barriers and Bias for Women in Leadership Positions
By learning strategies to overcome, prevent, and eliminate macro and microaggressions
 
Foster Department of Medicine Culture Change Efforts
To eliminate gender disparities in all aspects of our work
 
Target Audience
  • Department of Medicine faculty (Anschutz, affiliate, regional site faculty)
  • Associate Professors or late Assistant Professors in any promotion track
  • In current leadership role or aspiring to a leadership role and able to articulate how program content supports professional goals 
 
Programming 
  • 9-month program
  • Four 1/2 day workshops (mornings)
  • Five 1-hour sessions throughout the months (some on site, others in webinar/call format)
  • 360-review with coaching
  • Running February 2020 to October 2020 (dates for 1/2 day programming include: mornings on Feb 20, May 21, Sept 17, Oct 22)
  • Faculty with local and national reputations in faculty development/advancment 
 
Application 
The application process is competitive with participation limited.
  • Letter, 1-page maximum, highlighting professional goals, alignment of program to goals and commitment to the time required
  • CV
  • Division Head Letter of Support. Program to Advance Gender Equity Women's Leadership Development Program.docxDivision Head Letter of Support, stating support for attendance of the program
  • Self-nomination encouraged
  • Applications will be reviewed and selected by PAGE steering committee.
  • Approximately 25 participants per cycle
  • Please contact DOMFacAdvancement@ucdenver.edu for any questions.