RLI Expedition • February 13 - 14, 2015 (8:30 am EST) • Dallas, Texas
Your Leadership Training Camp
Earn up to 14.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and 14.5 RLI Credits.
Your RLI Expedition begins before the program even starts with a one-on-one call with a leadership coach who will review your detailed 360 evaluation and help you identify your goals.
From the moment you arrive, the program is designed to give you the skills and knowledge you need to achieve your goals. Through a series of small group work, one-on-one sessions with your leadership coach, dynamic group activities and a radiology-based leadership challenge, you are given the opportunity to put your skills to the test.
And, your Expedition is not over when the program ends. In addition to several peer consulting opportunities to leverage the collective experience and knowledge of fellow participants, you will continue to work with your Leadership coach to ensure that you achieve your goals.
What is the RLI Expedition?
The RLI Expedition is a three-day leadership development program that will help you understand leadership on a deeper level, provide you with a toolbox of new skills to more effectively run your practice, and test you in real-world simulations so that you can refine and perfect your leadership and management skills.
What makes the RLI Expedition different from other meetings or courses?
The RLI Expedition is a mini-fellowship in leadership. It is highly interactive and balances thought-provoking debate and analysis with self-reflection and personal development. Content is provided through a carefully constructed series of sessions that blend input on the latest leadership thinking, peer work in small groups, video, and individual coaching.
This includes a radiology-specific simulation that will force you to act and make decisions, which is then analyzed and reviewed. Plus, feedback and coaching sessions run in parallel to the action as well as follow its completion.
The challenges in the simulation have been researched to be entirely realistic and radiology specific. They will culminate in a major event such as a crucial presentation, meeting or decision. Actors, journalists, film crews and even prominent radiologists contribute to the realism and excitement of a process in which participants become totally immersed and engaged.
How will the RLI Expedition benefit you?
The RLI Expedition will provide you with a deeper understanding of your natural strengths that contribute to your personal leadership style and examine how you lead others.
Your RLI Expedition will help you:
- Become more aware of your qualities
- Develop a clear personal vision that anchors you as a leader
- Monitor, manage and master the processes of awareness, decision-making and action
- Increase your ability to lead more effectively in your organization
And because this is a radiology-specific program, you will come away with:
- Change Management Approaches
Understand how to use influence and persuasion to change work and lifestyle practices to meet requirements
- Conflict Resolution Tools
Recognize interpersonal issues that will affect the ability to meet hospital demands
- Economic Viability
Learn to balance practice/hospital requirements with the realities of resource and profitability/economic viability
- Effective Communication
Get hands-on experience achieving acceptable compromise where it is not possible to meet demands fully
- Relationship Management
Work with experts and colleagues to learn how to maintain and reinforce relationships — and differentiate your practice
Hear from the attendees of the first RLI Expedition how this program will challenge you and help you grow and develop as a leader like no other class, program, lecture or course you’ve ever attended. (Click on "Playlist" in the top left corner of the video player to view all of the Expedition videos)
The American College of Radiology is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The American College of Radiology designates this live activity for a maximum of 14.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.