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Rural Physician Leadership Curriculum. West Virginia University Rural Family Medicine Residency Program. Rural Physician Leadership Curriculum. Module 2 Your Personal Leadership Style. Rural Physician Leadership Curriculum. Description. Funded by HRSA Grant D22HP00306 Objective 1

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Rural physician leadership curriculum

Rural Physician Leadership Curriculum

West Virginia University

Rural Family Medicine Residency Program


Rural physician leadership curriculum1

Rural Physician Leadership Curriculum

Module 2

Your Personal Leadership Style


Description

Rural Physician Leadership Curriculum

Description

  • Funded by HRSA Grant D22HP00306

  • Objective 1

    • Develop a competency based longitudinal curriculum in Rural Physician Leadership

Konrad C. Nau, MD

Principle Investigator

Chair, Dept of Family Medicine-Eastern Division

WVU Rural Family Medicine Residency Program


Learning objectives module 2

Rural Physician Leadership Curriculum

Learning Objectives : Module 2

  • Define leadership style

  • Learn the importance of developing insight into your personal leadership style

  • Review the role of testing instruments in discovering and developing your leadership style


Leadership style
Leadership Style

  • Leadership style is the manner and approach of

    • providing direction

    • implementing plans

    • motivating people

      ( US Army Handbook, 1973)


Leadership style1
Leadership Style

  • Three styles of leadership commonly identified are:

    - Authoritarian or Autocratic

    - Participative or Democratic

    - Delegative or Free Reign

    (US Army Handbook, 1973).


Leadership styles
Leadership Styles

  • Authoritarian

    • Leader tells others what to do and how to do it

    • Does not solicit input from others

    • Useful when all the information is available to problem solve, time is short and followers are highly motivated


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Leadership Styles

  • Participative

    • Leader includes one or more in the decision making process

    • Leader maintains the final decision making authority

    • Sign of strength as viewed by others

    • Useful in team approach


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Leadership Styles

  • Delegative

    • Leader allows others to make decisions

    • Leader is ultimately responsible for the decision

    • Used when others are able to analyze the situation and determine what needs to be done and how to do it

    • Leader sets the priorities and delegates the tasks


Why you need to know about your personal leadership style
Why you need to know about your personal leadership style

  • Relationship awareness of self and others

  • Conflict management styles

  • Critical thinking abilities

  • Decision making abilities


Evaluation tools
Evaluation Tools

  • Myers –Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)

  • Strength Deployment Inventory (SDI)

  • Watson-Glaser Critical Thinking Appraisal (WGCTA)

  • Thomas Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI)


MBTI

  • Myers Briggs Type Indicator

  • Tool for understanding personality and behavior

  • Developed by Isabel Myers and Katherine Briggs to make Carl Jung’s theory of psychological types available to the general public

  • MBTI uses a theory of preference.

  • Provides insight into the different ways people

    • view the world

    • relate to others

    • make decisions and organize their lives


Strength deployment inventory
Strength Deployment Inventory

  • Cornerstone tool of Relationship Awareness Theory

  • Self scoring motivational assessment tool

  • Measures an individual's Motivational value system

    • when things are going well

    • when a person faces conflict or opposition

  • Provides powerful insights into the motivation behind people’s behaviors

  • Goal is to enable better relationships both personally and professionally.


Watson glaser critical thinking appraisal wgcta
Watson- Glaser Critical Thinking Appraisal (WGCTA)

  • WGCTA - 40 item assessment tool

  • Measures an individual's critical thinking skills

  • Critical thinking-used for drawing conclusions from facts and evidence

  • WGCTA produces a single score based upon five critical thinking skills

    • Inference

    • Recognition of assumptions

    • Deduction

    • Interpretations

    • Evaluation of arguments.


Thomas kilmann conflict mode instrument tki
Thomas Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI)

  • TKI - 30 item conflict assessment instrument for conflict resolution

  • It is a forced choice, self storable inventory that identifies a person’s preferred conflict handling style

  • Purpose - learn to move beyond conflict and focus on achieving goals

  • Provides details about individual’s use of five modes

    • Competing

    • Avoiding

    • Accommodating

    • Compromising

    • Collaborating- effectively


The curriculum process
The Curriculum Process

  • PGY2 residents take the MBTI, SDI, WGCTA, and TKI

  • Group review of some “results”

  • Private review/interpretation session with Behavioralist and each resident

  • Results are strictly confidential

    • Not part of the resident’s file

    • Not discussed with faculty


Summary
Summary

  • Leadership style is the manner and approach of providng direction, implemeting plans and motivating people.

  • Awareness of our personal leadership style is important for

    • Relationship Awareness

    • Conflict Management

    • Critical Thinking Abilities


Summary1
Summary

  • Well validated tools

    • Can describe one’s leadership style

    • Illustrate areas of relative strengths and weaknesses

      Examples

  • Myers –Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)

  • Strength Deployment Inventory (SDI)

  • Watson-Glaser Critical Thinking Appraisal (WGCTA)

  • Thomas Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI)


Resources
Resources

  • Kilmann, T. and Kilmann, R.H. (1972).Thomas Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument. CPP, Inc. Palo Alto, Tx.

  • Myers, I. and Briggs, K . (1998). Myers- Briggs Type Indicator. CPP, Inc. Mountain View, CA.


Resources1
Resources

  • Porter, E. (1996). Relationship Awareness Theory. Personal Strengths Publishing. Carlsbad, CA.

  • Scudder, T. (1996). Strength Deployment Inventory. Personal Strengths Publishing. Carlsbad, CA.

  • Watson, G. and Glaser, E. (2000). Watson- Glaser Critical Thinking Appraisal, Harcourt Brace& Co. San Antonia, TX.


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