Foundation’s Leadership College Participates in CCL Training

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The NCMS Foundation’s Leadership College II attended a training session this weekend with the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) in Greensboro. The session was designed to provide Leadership College graduates with the knowledgebase and resources to effectively teach and mentor future Leadership College participants.

The session focused on learning style inventory, adult learning principles, instructional design for adult learning, mentoring and effective listening. Attendees also got the chance to create their own teaching modules. The following Leadership College graduates, as well as Melanie Phelps, Deputy General Counsel and NCMSF Associate Executive Director, took part in the session:

Anne Allen, MD

Craig Burkhart, MD, MS

Brian Caveney, MD, JD, MPH

O’Neill D’Cruz, MD, MBA

Jugta Kahai, MD

Rachel Keever, MD, FACC

Genie Komives, MD

   Gerri Mattson, MD

Sarah Olenick, MD, PhD

Devdutta Sangvai, MD, MBA, FAAFP

Jessica Scott, MD, JD

Vipul Shah, MD

Lisa Shock, MHS, PA-C

John Torontow, MD, MPH

“This CCL training has given me an outstanding opportunity to learn valuable mentoring skills and to connect with my Leadership College colleagues in a powerful way resulting in my deepened commitment to the North Carolina Medical Society and to the Leadership College,” said Jessica Scott, MD, JD, Leadership College Class of 2011.

Pam Highsmith, NCMS Foundation Director of Development, would like to thank all who attended for a great experience and successful training session.

CCL was founded in 1970 as a nonprofit educational institution focused on leadership education and research. CCL is now a top-ranked, global provider of executive education that accelerates strategy and business results by unlocking leadership potential in individuals and organizations.


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