Developing Successful Leaders: A
Model for Graduate Medical
Education
Heidi Kromrei, MA, PhD Candidate
Wilhelmine Wiese-Rometsch, MD
Detroit Medical Center
Wayne State University School of Medicine
Leader
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Guide
Direct
Be first
Bring to conclusion
Begin to play with
Aim in front of
Tend toward, have a result
Direct the first in a series of blows
Source: http://www.merriam-webster.com/
GME Training
LEADERSHIP TRAINING???
GME Leadership Development
Educational and administrative experience
Maintain educational environment
Oversee
Approve
Evaluate
Monitor
Submit information
Document
Feedback
Comply
Implement
Provide
Distribute
Adjust
Familiar with policies, procedures
Lominger Leadership
Architect  Suite
67 Competencies
http://www.lominger.com
Multidisciplinary Team
Meetings
Data Analysis
Review of Model Prototypes
Adaptation of Lominger’s
Model
Subject Matter Expert
Feedback
Residents
People
Business
Residents
Understanding Resident Needs
Taking Care of Resident Needs
Building Resident Relationships
Winning New Residents
People
Assembling and Managing Teams
Attracting and Retaining Talent
Driving Performance
Developing Team Members
Business
Leading Execution
Driving Fiscal Effectiveness
Driving the Creative Process
Growing Expertise and
Relationships
Sample: All PDs at WSU SOM (n=58)
Response rate: 76% (44/58)
PDs rated all skills at least somewhat
important
PDs reported variable perceived
competence
Highest competence ratings in “Resident”
leadership category
People and Business categories revealed
PDs less confident about their abilities in
these areas
GME LEADERSHIP ACADEMY
References
1. ACGME Common Program Requirements. Accessed online:
http://www.acgme.org
2. http://www.Lominger.com
3. Lombardo M, Eichinger R; For Your Improvement: A Guide for
Development and Coaching TM, 4th Edition;2004;Minneapolis:
Lominger Inc.
4. http://www.merriam-webster.com/
Thank you for your attention.
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Developing Successful Leaders: A Model for Graduate Medical