2017 Leadership Initiatives for Ontario’s Anesthesiologists
The OMA Section on Anesthesiology is committed to the development of leadership skills in current and future anesthesiologists.
We currently have 2 ongoing initiatives:
Leadership Grant Program
Our leadership grant program provides funding for individuals or groups who wish to pursue formal leadership training. Details of this program as well as applications are available under the appropriate heading below.
Annual Leadership Workshop
The 2017 Leadership Workshop is now accepting registrants. This year’s course is on “Conflict Management and Negotiations"
Our Leadership Development Program is now entering its sixth year. Like last year, it will be combined with the Ontario Anesthesia Meeting and will take place at Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto on Thursday September 14th and is anticipated to be a full day event.
All participants must be a member of the Section and must be registered for Ontario Anesthesia Meeting. Applicants should email firstname.lastname@example.org and outline their interest in the workshop and the leadership roles they have had and anticipate holding in future.
Applications will be reviewed by the Section Executive and successful candidates will be notified by August 15th. Registration is limited to 20 and we will have far more applications than can be accommodated, some weight may be given to applicants who have not attended previous workshops.
Good Luck and hope to see you there
Dr. Christopher Harle, Section Chair
Conflict Management and Negotiation
This 1-day session will build upon previous training on conflict management and negotiation by further developing the learner’s skills related to conducting challenging conversations to resolve conflict.
At the end of this Physician Leadership Institute (formerly PMI) course, you will be able to:
- Practice a model of creative collaboration to address conflict with individuals, teams and organizations
- Develop strategies for managing and deescalating conflict.
- Learn to manage emotions effectively.
- Learn how to open and close necessary conversations.
- Practice having a necessary conversation.