Chairs and Academic Administrators Management Program

Location & Hotel Recommendations

Leadership Development Designed for the
Academic Health Professions

July 29-31, 2024   •   Atlanta, GA

AAL’s Chairs and Academic Administrators Management Program (CAAMP) will be held at the American Management Association Executive Conference Center (1170 Peachtree Street N.E., 3rd Floor) in the heart of midtown Atlanta, a short walk from premier restaurants and hotels ranging from international brands such as Marriott Suites and Hampton Inn to the boutique AC Hotel and Moxy.

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Deadline:  Registration closes July 8, 2024

What Our Alumni Say

  • It was comforting to know that our issues and challenges are similar and not unique to my school or profession. I was particularly encouraged to learn techniques on academic leadership from my peers in the health profession."

    Dr. Karla Georges, The University of the West Indies School of Veterinary Medicine

  • I am a believer in lifelong learning and regularly take steps to improve my understanding of leadership.  CAAMP provided an intensive three-day workshop with an incredibly diverse group of participants from many professions and disciplines.  This approach was timely and relevant from the lens of inter-professional education and practice.  This experience has given me a much clearer picture of the challenges these professions are faced with and thereby gave me a better understanding of how that impacts our practice."

    Dr. Holly Diesel, Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College

This program is for you if you desire to:

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  • Learn strategies to be an influential leader.
  • Develop and continuously enhance your leadership approach.
  • Effectively manage your unit, program or department to align with institutional goals.

During the program, you will learn:

Professional Assessment of Leadership Competencies

Financial efficacy

Wellness & Work-Life Boundary Management

Communication Skills & Interprofessional Engagement

Critical feedback and managing civility

Strategic Thinking and Decision-making

Collaborative change and impact

Academic legal issues