November 5, 2017
Lynn Oppenheim with Constance Filling of AAMC present "Making Change Happen: Skills to Lead and Manage Change in Academic Health Systems"  on November 5, at Learn, Serve Lead 2017, the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Medical Colleges.
 
 
The management and leadership capabilities needed to institute change often go underrecognized and are underdeveloped. Leaders need to anticipate and work with resistance, create conditions under which people are “pulled” rather than “pushed” to change, and leverage networks and social capital wisely. In this session, leaders will explore these concepts and learn about new strategies by drawing on their own examples of change initiatives in academic medical centers. Participants should come prepared with a change initiative (big or small) to discuss.
 
Learning objectives: 
• Identify hidden assets in your organization for pulling change initiatives forward 
• Create conditions that motivate others to change
• Understand how to leverage networks to build social capital for change efforts
 
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