We have learned a lot about our jobs as coordinators and administrators during this pandemic. This talk will focus on our role in shaping what our day looks like when we return to the office. We can be leaders in eliminating inefficiency in our day, setting new expectations for communication with our program leadership, and discovering wellness for personal health and work satisfaction.
Who should attend:
Administrators, Coordinators, and Managers of undergraduate & graduate medical education programs from all specialties, experience levels, and settings including academic, urban, rural, and community training sites.
Ms. Kelli Corning is the Associate Director for the University of Washington, Internal Medicine Residency Program. A graduate of the University of Washington and Pacific Northwest native, Kelli is a dynamic and engaging leader who has built her career in graduate medical education. She administers one of the largest training programs in the country with grace and poise. She is quick to point out that it is easy to run a good program when you are surrounded by great people. Which is true, but Kelli has taken a personal interest in each of the members of her team and has created a fun and supportive environment where every person is valued and is expected to contribute. Kelli is infamous for proclaiming, “if you want to be taken seriously, then you need to sit at the table. Decisions are made at the table, not around the outside of the room.”
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