Leadership for Innovative Team Science (LITeS) is a year-long program designed for senior and mid-career faculty and academic administrators (typically at the rank of Associate Professor or higher) who aspire to improve their management and leadership skills. This program provides professional and executive training tailored to the needs of academics in the biomedical, clinical, and health sciences. An important goal of the program is to create and sustain a strong network of colleagues who, in addition to their own work, will train the next generation of clinical and translational scientists at the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus.
The LITeS workshops are highly interactive and small group projects will be a cornerstone of the program. Executive coaching will also be available, on a limited basis, to address individual leadership challenges.
Meetings will take place quarterly from 8am-5pm.
- September 29 & 30, 2016
- December 1 & 2, 2016
- February 2 and 3, 2017
- April 6 and 7, 2017
Selected Seminar Topics
- Leadership and management styles
- Building effective teams
- Conflict management and dealing with difficult people
- Mentoring, coaching and thriving in our multi-generational workplace
- Giving and recieving feedback
Nominations are No Longer Being Accepted for LITeS 2016-2017
If you would like to nominate someone for this program, please send their name and email address to Amanda.g.Whiting@ucdenver.edu. Nominees should be senior or advanced mid-career faculty members (typically Professor or Associate Professor or equivalent) involved in clinical/translational research and/or with responsibilites related to academic administration or education and training programs in which clinical/translational research is involved. We welcome nominations from our CCTSI partners at CSU, Boulder, and the participating hospitals. A few exceptionally strong emerging leaders may also be admitted.
To apply for the LITeS program, fill out this application. Deadline has been extended to July 20, 2016. You must meet the above requirements and will need to provide a Biosketch or CV, a brief personal statement to be used in the program directory, and 4-5 sentences outlining your leadership goals. Participants must committ to attending all sessions of the program. Acceptance decisions are made by committee and selected participants (28-30) are notified in early August.