Leaders come from all areas of an organization, and are not necessarily at the top of the organizational structure. Most professionals, at some point in their careers, need to manage a supervisor, peers, or subordinates. Effective leadership is essential for those in the oversight community, regardless of whether you are affiliated with the IRB, the IACUC, the IBC, or another area.
Interacting with staff at all levels requires different approaches and skills. These include “managing up,” effectively engaging peers and managing teams, and developing your own leadership style with your subordinates. These skills cross office, role and organizational boundaries, and identifying strategies and approaches that maximize leadership abilities will benefit any professional.
This session will introduce leadership strategies that are effective regardless of the role you fill in your organization, and discuss best practices for implementing these skills in a variety of situations and settings.
- Discuss what makes someone a leader
- Outline the challenges of being a leader in the middle of an organization, and discuss ways to address those challenges
- Identify different leadership styles and discuss strategies of how they may be applied to successfully lead your team
The entire PRIM&R community will benefit from this program, including IRB, IACUC, IBC and other committee members, administrators, and staff; compliance and regulatory office leadership and staff; institutional officials; chairs/vice chairs of committees.
Webinar participants holding the Certified IRB Professional (CIP®) credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards CIP recertification. Learn More
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