Although leadership skills can and should be cultivated over time, all too often it is assumed that someone will be a good leader just because they excelled in their previous position.
Date: December 7, 2023 Time: 12:00 – 1:00 PM ET
This live webinar will challenge attendees to self-reflect on their own leadership practices and how those may be in need of transformation. Whether you are an aspiring leader, new supervisor, or seasoned manager in clinical research, you will come away from this webinar with valuable knowledge for your virtual leadership tool kit that will help promote transformational leadership practices for your own sake and for the benefit of your team.
Upon completion of this continuing education program, participants should be able to:
Learn ways to lead with authenticity and humility.
Identify opportunities to practice self-awareness in leadership.
Develop skills to engage and empower the people around you.
Jennifer McLeland, PhD, CCRC, ACRP-PM, RPSGT
Manager, Division of Clinical Research
Washington University School of Medicine
Jennifer McLeland, PhD is a manager in the Division of Clinical Research at Washington University School of Medicine. She has filled various research roles in the Department of Neurology for the past 20yrs. She also serves as the Deputy Director of a research consortium for neurodegenerative disorders that is co-led by her university. Jennifer is the current Chair of the ACRP Professional Ethics Committee and an ACRP exam writer.
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