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TEMPLE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

STATUS OF WOMEN FACULTY IN MEDICINE

ANNUAL WORKSHOP 2011

 

WORK-LIFE BALANCE:

WORTHWHILE GOAL OR ELUSIVE MISNOMER?

Facilitator:

Erin Owen, MBA, CHC, RYT

Program Leader, Total Leadership

(www.totalleadership.org)


Friday, May 13, 2011 | 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.


Location:
Student Faculty Center Room 313

RSVP to Patricia Pileggi at ppileggi@temple.edu

by March 10, 2011

 


 

Erin Owen, MBA, is one of two Program Leaders delivering the Total Leadership program to women in academic medicine at the University of Pennsylvania as part of the NIH-funded R01 grant, designed to transform academic culture and ultimately (hopefully!) result in more women in senior leadership positions in the field of medicine. She will also be part of the Total Leadership program offered to ELAM participants over the next two years.

Total Leadership is a proven method for producing sustainable change in all parts of life that helps examine what and who matters most in your life. During this 2-hour session you will learn about four-way wins and how to achieve them in your life, assess the alignment of your actions with your values and your satisfaction and performance in all four domains of life, explore what it means to lead with impact in all domains of life, and most exciting - generate ideas for creating sustainable change. You will round out the session by designing one experiment to produce "four-way wins."

 



This group is being sponsored and organized by the TUSM Committee on the Status of Women Faculty. Please contact Hong Wang, Committee Chair and Assistant Dean for Research (hongw@temple.edu) for further information.