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Leadership and Management 2021 Winter Programming

 

 

Overview

The Leadership and Management Certificate Program is an educational program aimed at developing leadership and management abilities. The curriculum is designed for those who are currently in leadership or management positions or who aspire to pursue leadership positions in the future. The program will provide official ACCP recognition to leaders and managers who complete the program requirements.

Pharmacy directors, deans, department heads, and program directors are encouraged to integrate the Leadership and Management Academy with their own professional development efforts for management staff, faculty, and others who will benefit from enhanced leadership and management skills.

Those who complete the respective program curricular and portfolio requirements will receive a certificate of completion, and additional recognition as graduates of the ACCP Academy. The one-year curriculum will include both required and elective programming.

Release date: April 1, 2021
ACPE Credit expiration date: March 31, 2024

Target Audience

The Leadership and Management Certificate program is ideal for pharmacists currently in or wanting to pursue a leadership or management position during their career.

Learning Objectives

Leadership Primer I

  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.

Leadership Primer II

  1. Describe the components of becoming a leader (Warren Bennis).
  2. Apply concepts and theories from the leadership literature to pharmacy settings.
  3. Describe the various attributes of leadership development.
  4. Apply concepts and theories from organizational behavior literature to pharmacy settings.
  5. Evaluate the use of principle-centered power in the pharmacy environment.

Personal Leadership Development

  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.

Financial Aspects in Leadership

  1. Differentiate financial leadership and financial management.
  2. Explain the role of transparency in financial leadership.
  3. Explain the role of metrics in financial leadership.
  4. Explain the role of budget management in financial leadership.
  5. Discuss how good financial habits can be developed for your team through financial leadership.

Impostors, Negotiators, Mentors & Perfectionists: A Journey to Confident Leadership

  1. Describe the imposter syndrome.
  2. Describe a successful negotiation philosophy.
  3. Identify strategies to attract mentors.
  4. Describe some negative aspects of perfectionism.
Faculty / Conflict of Interest Disclosures
Robert E. Smith, Pharm.D. (Program Director)
Professor Emeritus
Auburn University
Harrison School of Pharmacy
Auburn, Alabama
Peter Hurd, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus in Pharmacy Administration
Department Chair of Pharmaceutical and Administrative Sciences (Retired)
St. Louis College of Pharmacy
Saint Louis, Missouri
Debbie C. Byrd, Pharm.D., MBA, BCPS
Dean
East Tennessee State University
Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy
Johnson City, Tennessee

 

Conflict of Interest Disclosures

ACCP Academy Credit

These webinars will count as required credit for participants enrolled in the Leadership and Management Academy. For more information, visit the ACCP Academy at www.accp.com/academy/leadershipandmanagement. To receive your Academy credit, please claim CE for each session you attended.

Note: You do not have to be enrolled in the ACCP Academy to attend this webinar and receive continuing pharmacy education credit, but you must be enrolled in the Leadership and Management Academy to receive credit toward the certificate of completion.

Continuing Pharmacy Education Credit

 

ACPE

The American College of Clinical Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.

 

Leadership Primer I
Universal Activity Number: 0217-0000-21-095-H04-P
4.0 contact hours

Leadership Primer II
Universal Activity Number: 0217-0000-21-096-H04-P
2.0 contact hours

Personal Leadership Development
Universal Activity Number: 0217-0000-21-097-H04-P
4.0 contact hours

Financial Aspects in Leadership
Universal Activity Number: 0217-0000-21-102-H04-P
2.0 contact hours

Imposters, Negotiators, Mentors & Perfectionists: A Journey to Confident Leadership
Universal Activity Number: 0217-0000-21-101-H04-P
2.0 contact hours

All continuing pharmacy education activities associated with the Leadership and Management 2021 Winter Programming Webinars are application-based activities.

Continuing Pharmacy Education Credit

To be eligible to earn continuing pharmacy education (CPE) credit, participants must purchase the Leadership and Management 2021 Winter Programming Webinar Recording and complete, submit and pass the Web-based posttest by March 31, 2024. Posttests may not be submitted more than one time.

National Association of Boards of Pharmacy - CPE Monitor Service

Provided through the collaborative efforts of the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and ACPE-accredited providers, the CPE Monitor Service allows you to electronically keep track of continuing pharmacy education (CPE) credits from ACPE-accredited providers. ACPE-accredited providers, like ACCP, are responsible for transmitting this information to NABP to be stored in the CPE Monitor system. Statements of credit will be available at CPE Monitor, nabp.pharmacy/cpe-monitor-service/, within 2–3 business days after completion of this activity. For more information on CPE Monitor please visit nabp.pharmacy/cpe-monitor-service/.

To transfer these credits to CPE Monitor on your behalf your NABP e-Profile ID Number and date of birth must be listed on your ACCP account. To verify or update this information in your ACCP account, visit Licensure/Certification. Be sure to save your changes at the bottom of the page.

Some international pharmacists do not use the CPE Monitor service. To verify or update this information in your ACCP account, visit Licensure/Certification. Check the box “I am an international pharmacist or I am not licensed to practice in the United States, and do not have an NABP e-Profile ID.” Be sure to save your changes at the bottom of the page.

Recordings

Recordings of the webinar will be made available beginning Thursday, April 1, 2021.

Registrants who were unable to attend the live programming presented will automatically have access to the recordings of the presentation.

Did you purchase the live webinar, but couldn’t attend? Log into your ACCP account at https://www.accp.com/, listen to the recordings, complete, submit and pass the Web-based posttest by March 31, 2024 to earn continuing pharmacy education credit for the home study versions. Posttests may not be submitted more than one time.

Hardware and Software Requirements

To access the webinar recording by a computer, you will need broadband Internet access, an updated Internet browser, Adobe Flash Player, and speakers or headphones for audio.

To access the webinars on a Wi-Fi enabled mobile device, you will need a wireless internet connection and the Adobe Connect App, a free app which can be downloaded from Apple’s App Store or Google Play.

Participants who experience difficulty in accessing a webinar should contact ACCP by e-mail at accp@accp.com or by phone at (913) 492-3311.

Commercial Support

The American College of Clinical Pharmacy does not solicit or accept external commercial/financial support for its continuing pharmacy education activities. No commercial/financial support has been solicited or accepted for this activity.

Fees
Continuing Pharmacy Education Credit
Offers up to 14.0 continuing pharmacy education credits and ACCP Academy Credit - Enrolled Participants Only
 

Includes:

  • streaming audio/slide synchronized presentations
  • downloadable mp3 audio files
  • downloadable mp4 video files
  • downloadable/printable PDFs of presentation slides
  • online posttest(s) for CPE Credit Only
  • ACCP Academy Credit - Enrolled Participants Only
  • CPE Credit Deadline: March 31, 2024
Price: $249.00 Member: $149.00