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  • Columbia UniversityCollege of Physicians & Surgeons Department of Medical Education Strengthening Team Identity: Toward a Shared Mission, Vision, & Purpose P: 555.123.4568 F: 555.123.4567 123 West Main Street, New York, NY 10001 | www.rightcare.com
  • Training Part IStrengthening Team Identity Wednesday, September 5, P: 555.123.4568 F: 555.123.4567 2012 2:00pm – 3:15pm 12310001Main Street, New York, NY West | www.rightcare.com
  • Teambuilding Exercise Identify the colleague who is described by each set of 3 personal facts… Reflection & discussion: • What was most surprising? • Was this activity challenging? • Why? • Is it important to know each other personally? • Why? We are all part of the same team – Medical Education @ P&S It helps if we understand each other as individuals AND our individual roles and subgroups within the context of this larger “umbrella department” Each member of the team is playing a role toward achieving the mission of the department…but what is our shared mission? It is important tounderstand each other’s strengths and working styles to work most P: 555.123.4568 F: 555.123.4567 effectively together 123 West Main Street, New York, NY 10001 | www.rightcare.com
  • Table of Contents staff The purpose of this training program is to continue unifying the PURPOSE: eight student service and support areas within the Department of Medical Education both functionally and symbolically through the following goals and objectives:Training Part I To enhance collaboration between Department of Medical Education staff Goal: members Upon completion of this staff training program, participants will be able to: o Demonstrate opportunities for collaboration with other members of the Medical Education teamTraining Part I o Identify and describe interconnections that exist between roles and Objectives: responsibilities of various members of the Medical Education team o Modify current practices to include more members of the staff in the development and facilitation of projects and programs o Illustrate the benefits of involving staff from outside their area in the development, facilitation, and assessment of projects and programs P: 555.123.4568 F: 555.123.4567 123 West Main Street, New York, NY 10001 | www.rightcare.com
  • Team Challenge: Rules of the Game: Medical Education Taboo The Game: 1. Team A chooses one of• Team A’s clue-giver tries to get his/her team to guess the their players to be their guess word at the top of each card without saying any of first clue-giver and Team B the words or variations of the words on the card. chooses one of their players to be their first• The watcher from Team B buzzes if the clue-giver uses watcher. any inappropriate word.• If an inappropriate word is used, the clue-giver must pass 2. Both players stand at the that card and go on to the next. front of the room facing the rest of Team A’s• Points are awarded for correctly guessed cards. The clue- players. giver continues on to the next card until his/her time is up. 3. The watcher from Team B stands behind the clue- giver from Team A and controls both the timer and buzzer. P: 555.123.4568 F: 555.123.4567 123 West Main Street, New York, NY 10001 | www.rightcare.com
  • Teamwork benefits allTeam Challenge our constituents! Wrap-up & Take Ownership: In order to hold ourselves and others Take-aways… accountable for resolving issues and problems, we must first become proficient in understanding the roles of all team members Stop & Assess: In order to identify the issue and available resources, we need to have a clear understanding of what the available resources are and who provides them Utilize Feedback: In order to most effectively solicit, use, and share input to anticipate and address current and future problems, we must take advantage of multi-source feedback and tap into the knowledge and experiences of our colleagues P: 555.123.4568 F: 555.123.4567 123 West Main Street, New York, NY 10001 | www.rightcare.com
  • Training Part II Developing a SharedMission, Vision, and Purpose Wednesday, September 5, P: 555.123.4568 F: 555.123.4567 2012 3:15pm – 5:00pm NY 10001 123 West Main Street, New York, | www.rightcare.com
  • Table of Contents staff The purpose of this training program is to continue unifying the PURPOSE: eight student service and support areas within the Department of Medical Education both functionally and symbolically through the following goals and objectives:Training Part II To clarify and develop a shared mission, vision, and value statement for the Goal: entire Department of Medical Education Upon completion of this staff training program, participants will be able to: o Define a shared mission statement for the entire Department of Medical EducationTraining Part II o Define a shared vision statement for the entire Department of Medical Objectives: Education o Identify the shared values of the Medical Education team and the constituents we serve o Assess one’s work within the context of the mission, vision, and values of the Department of Medical Education P: 555.123.4568 F: 555.123.4567 123 West Main Street, New York, NY 10001 | www.rightcare.com
  • Defining Our ValuesSmall Group Brainstorm:o Who are our constituents & partners in our educational mission?o What do our constituents value? • About what we do? • About the institution? • About the Medical Education team? • About the populations we serve?o What do we (the Medical Education team) value? • About what we do? • About the institution? • About the team? • About the populations we serve?o How do we support these values in our work? • Through what actions in our everyday work do555.123.4568 F: 555.123.4567 values? P: we illustrate these 123 West Main Street, New York, NY 10001 | www.rightcare.com
  • Building a Vision StatementWhat is a vision statement?  A broad statement of the department’s purpose in terms of its values (identified earlier in small groups)  Should describe our goals for the future  Based on the values held by our team and the constituents we serveWhat is the value of having a vision statement for theDepartment of Medical Education? P: 555.123.4568 F: 555.123.4567 123 West Main Street, New York, NY 10001 | www.rightcare.com
  • Using our Values to Write a Vision Statemento Who are our constituents & partners in our educational mission?o What do our constituents value? • About what we do? • About the institution? • About the Medical Education team? • About the populations we serve?o What do we (the Medical Education team) value? • About what we do? • About the institution? • About the team? • About the populations we serve?o How do we support these values in our work? • Through what actions in our everyday work do555.123.4568 F: 555.123.4567 values? P: we illustrate these 123 West Main Street, New York, NY 10001 | www.rightcare.com
  • Building a Mission StatementWhat is a mission statement?  A clear and concise statement of the department’s purpose and primary objective related directly to the work we do as a department, where we fit in within the larger institution  A mission statement describes:  What we do  How we do it  Who we do it forHow is a mission statement different from a vision statement?What is the value of having a mission statement for theDepartment of Medical Education? P: 555.123.4568 F: 555.123.4567 123 West Main Street, New York, NY 10001 | www.rightcare.com
  • Evaluating the Mission Statement YES? NO? SOMEWHAT? The statement is realistic The statement is clear and concise The statement reflects our values and beliefs The statement demonstrates a commitment to serving the public good The statement is powerful Mission statement evaluation guidelines adapted from: P: 555.123.4568 F: 555.123.4567 123 West Main Street, New York,| www.rightcare.com http://www.health.state.mn.us/divs/hpcd/chp/hpkit/pdf/ NY 10001
  • Staff Training Recap & Wrap-upThe purpose of this staff training program is to continue unifying the eight studentservice and support areas within the Office of Medical Education both functionallyand symbolically through the following goals and objectives:Training Part I Goal:To enhance collaboration between Office of Medical Education staff membersTraining Part II Goal:To clarify and develop a shared mission, vision, and value statement for the entire Office ofMedical Education • Do you feel that your participation in this training helped facilitate the attainment of these goals? How? Why or Why not? • What did you find to be most challenging about the exercise of building a Vision Statement and Mission Statement? • What did you find to be most valuable about the exercise of building a Vision Statement and Mission Statement? P: 555.123.4568 F: 555.123.4567 123 West Main Street, New York, NY 10001 | www.rightcare.com
  • TrainingPart III Developing Area/DivisionMission and Vision Statements Wednesday, October 3, 2012 P: 555.123.4568 F: 555.123.4567 3:00pm – 4:00pm 12310001Main Street, New York, NY West | www.rightcare.com
  • Building a Mission Statement for your area: Prior to the next Medical Education Staff Meeting in 3 weeks (Training Part III), develop a clear vision statement and mission statement for your particular area/division. At the next Medical Education Staff Meeting (Training Part III), each area/division will present their mission statement and vision statement to the entire group. As a follow-up to today’s Staff Training, Training Part III will strive to continue unifying the eight student service and support areas within the Office of Medical Education both functionally and symbolically through the following goals and objectives… P: 555.123.4568 F: 555.123.4567 123 West Main Street, New York, NY 10001 | www.rightcare.com
  • Table of Contents staff The purpose of this training program is to continue unifying the PURPOSE: eight student service and support areas within the Office of Medical Education both functionally and symbolically through the following goals and objectives:Training Part III To clarify and develop the mission, vision, and values of each area within the Goal: Medical Education team Upon completion of this staff training program, participants will be able to: o Differentiate and relate what each office does, what its mission is, and how each team member contributes o Define and interpret the mission, vision, and values of each areaTraining Part III within the Medical Education team Objectives: o Illustrate the connections between each area’s mission statement and the college’s School-wide Learning Objectives o Illustrate the connections between the Department of Medical Education’s mission statement and the college’s School-wide Learning Objectives P: 555.123.4568 F: 555.123.4567 123 West Main Street, New York, NY 10001 | www.rightcare.com
  • Q uestions?Thank you! THANK YOU! P: 555.123.4568 F: 555.123.4567 123 West Main Street, New York, | P: 555.123.4568 F: 555.123.4567 www.rightcare.com NY 10001 123 West Main Street, New York, NY 10001 | www.rightcare.com