MS Leadership MasterClass 2020
Our current Leadership MasterClass is fully booked. Please contact us to register your interest for upcoming MasterClasses.
The multiple sclerosis (MS) field is rapidly expanding and the challenge to deliver high quality, cost-effective care is becoming increasingly complex. To navigate the landscape of MS service provision in the UK, effective leadership is required. However, the skills required to become a leader capable of impactful change are suboptimally developed at a time when they are the most needed.
The MS Academy has recognised this critical training gap and will launch a 6-month multifaceted leadership programme tailored to MS experts in February 2020.
Goals of the leadership programme:
- Identify and develop future leaders from the MS field who have little leadership experience
- Develop and implement a mentoring program between participants and established leaders
- Enhance skills of those who have already assumed or are about to assume leadership roles within their Institutions, the MS field, and, more broadly, the field of neurology
Consultant Neurologist, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Pentecore Coaching, Minneapolis, Minnesota
What will the MasterClass cost?
This MasterClass is fully funded for UK delegates which includes accommodation on the nights during modules 1 and 2. Your travel grant will be discussed once your application has been approved. Please note, we are unable to accept international delegates for this MasterClass.
This MasterClass is designed for a small group of eight delegates only. Participants will be selected based on their submitted documents (letter of recommendation, personal statement and CV).
This document outlines the time commitment required to complete all aspects of this MasterClass. To participate, delegates must be able to commit the time listed in the document.Copy-of-MS-Academy-–-Leadership-Academy-Timeline-Summary
This activity has been supported by sponsorship from Roche Products Limited. Roche Products Limited has had no control over the educational content of this activity.