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  1. BACKGROUND RESPONSES to Survey (1-7 Likert Ratings) RESPONSES to Survey (1-7 Likert Ratings) Cont. • Leaders in psychiatry often begin in the role of chief resident, making it important that tenure as chief provides a successful learning experience inspiring personal and professional growth. • Experiential learning opportunities can directly prepare residents for the leadership demands in their role as chief, and in their future leadership endeavors. During Leadership Conference After Conference Predicted Changes Inspiring Leadership: The Impact of the 40th Tarrytown Chief ResidentsLeadership Conference 2012Bruce J Schwartz, MD; Andrea Weiss, MD; Michelle A Blackmore, PhDAlbert Einstein College of Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center • Rating of “4” (neutral) is not included in the above table or graphs below Chief Residents Leadership Conference, New York • For 40 years, the Tarrytown Chief Residents Leadership Conference, held by the Dept of Psychiatry at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, has provided one of the leading forums in advanced experiential training. • The 3-day conference allows for a unique opportunity to gain direct experience with interpersonal and group processes and exploration of leadership and management abilities through group experiential exercises. • To examine the impact of this conference on preparing residents for future leadership positions, the authors examined self-report surveys from attendees of the 2012 Tarrytown Leadership Conference After Conference Changes Confidence in leadership abilities • Rating of “4” (neutral) is not included in the above table DISCUSSION of Conference Impact Attendees value the conference: *84% felt the conference was an important and useful part of their residency training, even though 63% had already engaged in prior experiential and process work through their residency training programs. *83% would recommend attending the Tarrytown Leadership Conference to other residents. *86% rated the experiential format of the Tarrytown Conference as more helpful than didactic formats. *61% of attendees reported increased interest in pursuing leadership roles following the conference. Bridging the gap: The advanced experiential learning opportunities central to the Tarrytown Leadership Conference help bridge the gap between training and practice. Attendees reported increased confidence and ability in utilizing skills necessary for effective leadership, as well as enhanced personal and professional growth. PARTICIPANTS in Present Study Participants were asked to provide feedback on their experiences at the end of the conference, as well as the predicted impact of the conference on their personal and professional development Number of Attendees: 76 attendees (100% response rate) Average Age: 32 yrs Gender:55% female Ethnicity/Race: *Caucasian: 72%, Asian/Pacific Islander: 9%, *Hispanic/Latino: 5%, *Black/African: 1%, *Other: 12% Primary theoretical orientation of residency training program: *Psychodynamic: 56%, *Eclectic: 20%, *Biological: 17%, *Cognitive-Behavioral: 3%, *Psychodynamic & CBT: 3%, *Psychodynamic & Biological: 2%, *Other: 1% Planned future professional endeavors: *Institutional: 57% [* Teaching (e.g., residency/fellowship training): 36%, *Outpatient: 27%; *Inpatient: 25%, Admin: 16%, *Consultation-liaison: 13%],*Institutional & Private Practice: 12%, *Group Private Practice: 11%, *Solo Private Practice: 5%, *Group & Solo Private Practice: 4%, *Free-Standing Clinic: 1%; Other: 9% Willingness to address conflict w/ conflict resolution skills Knowledge & understanding of group processes CONTACTS Bruce J Schwartz, MD: bschwart@montefiore.org Andrea Weiss, MD: aweiss@montefiore.org