Google Hangout SOARS professional and personal development training coming soon. Stay tuned and get registered. Please note that a Google account (gmail preferred) will be needed to participate. Be sure to register using your Google email.
Hi, I’m Chalmers Brothers. For over 25 years, I’ve provided truly impactful leadership training for business owners, CEO’s and leaders of organizations of all sizes and shapes, including Fortune 500 companies, federal and state government agencies, hospitals, medical practices, institutes of higher learning and small businesses. Regardless of your goals for professional and personal development, you can get the same transformational results by acquiring insights, skills and techniques revealed in my free SOARS training.
In about an hour, I will introduce you to a revolutionary program called SOARS that raises the bar for getting professional and personal development results. Two FREE introductory lessons are designed to produce transformational results for you both personally and in business…
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Hello, I’m Chalmers Brothers and if you Hangout with me in my FREE live streaming Professional and Personal Development Google Hangout training event on May 24th at 12:00 -1:00 p.m. EST, you might just discover the key to getting exactly what you want most in your life, both professionally and personally.
In about an hour, I will introduce you to a revolutionary program called SOAR that raises the bar for getting professional and personal development results. Two FREE introductory lessons are designed to produce transformational results for you both personally and in business.
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http://www.enleadership.com/ This video in our Experiment in Leadership Development series addresses how we see management and leadership and their importance to each other. It might be familar to Enlightened Leadership clients, but the example story might be new to you. The format of this one is VERY DIFFERENT.
Management thought leaders share their ideas on what future leaders can’t live without. Featuring: Angel Cabrera, Bill George, Daisy Wademan Dowling, Andy Zelleke, Batia Mishan Wiesenfeld, Evan Wittenberg, Dr. Ellen Langer, and Scott Snook.
Academic medical centres invest considerable time, money and other resources in leadership training programs, yet there is no evidence such programs work, a new study has found.
In particular, researchers led by Dr. Sharon Straus at St. Michael’s Hospital said they could not determine whether participation in these leadership programs addresses the “paucity of women leaders” in faculty positions at teaching hospitals or which components of leadership training are most effective for women.
Her findings were published online in the journal Academic Medicine.
Dr. Straus said that while the business world had supported leadership training for decades, academic medical centres embraced the concept only within the last 10 years or so. Their programs range from sessions on coaching strategies to sending clinicians to MBA courses.
Dr. Straus reviewed existing research on academic medicine leadership training programs to examine which types of programs are most effective and what are their outcomes.
“Teaching hospitals are developing such programs and investing significant resources, including faculty time and money, yet we found a remarkable paucity of literature that presents the benefits of such leadership training,” said Dr. Straus, a geriatrician and director of knowledge translation at the hospital’s Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute.
“We found that leadership programs have modest at best effects on the yardsticks that matter most to teaching hospitals, including advancement in leadership ranks and ability to publish papers in peer-reviewed journals. We have no measurable evidence it’s better to have leadership programs or do nothing.”
One of their main findings was that more work needed to be done to evaluate which programs work and why.
“In these times of increasing demands on AMCs to manage complex care in a constrained economic environment, effective leaders are essential,” Dr. Straus said. “It is likely that leadership programs will continue to be developed and implemented at significant cost to the institutions and individuals participating. High-quality studies will allow the medical community to share best practices and hone interventions to make them maximally effective.”