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Leadership Primer, I

Saturday, October 26, 2019 from 1:45 PM to 5:45 PM EST at 2nd Floor: Gramercy West

Available for 4.00 hours of CPE credit
Activity Number: 0217-0000-18-192-L04-P
Activity Type: An Application-Based Activity

Part of the Leadership and Management Academy core programming, this foundational module is designed to provide participants with an introductory background in organizational behavior theory and fundamental philosophical concepts of leadership. Several definitions of leadership will be explored and discussed, together with philosophical leadership thought. This module is meant to further stimulate each participant to seek additional study and experience in this area. Material covered will involve the principles and concepts prevalent from the early 1900s to the 21st century.



To receive credit toward a certificate of completion, participants must be enrolled in the ACCP Academy and sign the sign-in sheet provided during the session.

Speakers
  • Robert S. Beardsley, Ph.D.Speaker: Robert S. Beardsley, Ph.D.
    Professor and Vice Chair for Administration, Department of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research, University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, Baltimore, Maryland
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  • Peter Hurd, Ph.D.Speaker: Peter Hurd, Ph.D.
    Professor and Department Chair, Pharmaceutical and Administrative Sciences, St. Louis College of Pharmacy, St. Louis, Missouri
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  • Robert E. Smith, Pharm.D.Speaker: Robert E. Smith, Pharm.D.
    Professor Emeritus, Harrison School of Pharmacy, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama
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Learning Objectives
1. Describe the importance of taking personal responsibility for self-leadership in developing leadership capabilities.
2. Describe ways that you can be proactive when working with others in various settings, such as performance evaluation.
3. Produce the start of a personal mission statement, applying to both personal and work-related areas of your life.
4. Apply time management strategies, based on your mission statements, to your personal and professional leadership challenges.
5. Evaluate the use of principle-centered power in the pharmacy environment.
6. Define leadership in terms used by various individuals.
7. Describe the various attributes of leadership.
8. Apply Blake and Mouton’s work to leadership at various practice settings.
9. Describe motivation based on the work of Maslow.
10. Differentiate between motivators and hygiene factors as defined by Herzberg.
11. Describe the various components of the Transtheoretical Model as they relate to pharmacy leadership.
12. Apply the principles within the Transtheoretical Model to various practice settings.
13. Discuss the need for change in pharmacy practice environments.