La Fundación Meditech en convenio con La Universidad del Valle, presentan este curso, que es, un laboratorio que usa una nueva ciencia de liderazgo que emplea un modelo fenomenológico ontológico.

Acerca del Curso:

Los participantes de este curso descubren que el liderazgo en realidad no significa solo una posición, un titulo, tiempo, dinero, influencia o ninguno de los rasgos que típicamente se asocian con ser un líder o los resultados de un líder. En vez de solo recibir información sobre liderazgo, a los participantes se les brindará acceso a cómo ser realmente un líder y cómo ejercer el liderazgo efectivamente como expresión natural del ser.

Durante el curso las formas convencionales de pensamiento serán desafiadas, las nuevas formas de pensamiento emergerán naturalmente y el participante se encontrará naturalmente creando mayor éxito en las áreas de la vida y del liderazgo que mas interesan.

IMPORTANTE: Tenga en cuenta que el curso es dictado en su totalidad en inglés. El participante debe tener un nivel suficiente para entender al facilitador. Material de apoyo disponible en español.

Promesa del curso

Como participante del curso, terminarás siendo un líder y practicando el liderazgo efectivamente como expresión natural del ser ante cualquier situación sin importar las circunstancias.

Fecha

El curso tiene una duración de 6 días en total.

Noviembre 13, 14, 15 y 17, 18 y 19 

*El día 16 de Noviembre no hay curso.

Hora

09:00 hasta aproximadamente las 19:00 cada día.

Sesiones

4 sesiones por día, 2 en la mañana y 2 en la tarde. 

Lugar:

Hotel Obelisco – Av. Colombia #4 Oeste – 49

Cali, Colombia

Código de Vestuario:

Cómodo, Semi formal.

Nuestra propuesta es ambiciosa y no es común en el área académica hacer una promesa como esta.

Hacemos esta promesa confiados en los muchos años de experiencia y en cómo hemos sido testigos de la influencia positiva que este curso ha tenido en la vida de las personas.

También hacemos esta promesa con la condición de que el participante se debe comprometer a participar del curso en su totalidad y con la mayor disposición. No podemos solo darte los resultados, el participante debe comprometerse de tal manera que pueda generar los resultados por si solo.

A continuación, encontrarás a que se hace referencia cuando decimos comprometerse con el curso:

  • Completar las lecturas pre-curso asignadas antes del inicio del curso.
  • Atender a los 6 días de curso.
  • Atender todas las sesiones de los 6 días de 09:00 a las 18:00 aproximadamente cada día. No salir del curso para atender pacientes, ir a la oficina o revisar e-mails.
  • Recomendamos llegar al menos 30 minutos antes del inicio de la primera sesión del día.
  • No programe otras actividades o trabajo durante el curso o después de que esté acabe en el día.
  • Si usted es profesional del área de la salud o una persona con un horario muy ocupado por favor organice su horario para que otras personas cubran sus responsabilidades mientras se encuentra en el curso.
  • Durante las sesiones apague sus dispositivos móviles y/o computadores.

Se asignarán actividades al finalizar cada sesión y también al final de cada día para ser completadas durante la noche. Se deben completar las actividades en su totalidad.

Respetuosamente lo invitamos a considerar si es posible comprometerse a participar en el curso de acuerdo con las anteriores condiciones. De no ser posible comprometerse le sugerimos no tomar el curso.

Inscripción Gratuita

Por favor comunicarse al correo escobar.andrea.meditechf@outlook.com manifestando su interés por participar en el curso.

Course Information in English

Being a Leader and the Effective Exercise of Leadership: An Ontological, Phenomenological Model

This course is a leadership laboratory using a new science of leadership that employs an ontological / phenomenological model.

  • Ontology: The science of the nature and function of being.  (In this course the being of being a leader and the source of the actions of effective leadership.)
  • Phenomenology: A methodology that provides access to being and action as these are actually experienced and lived real time “on-the-court”.

Participants of this Leadership Course discover that real leadership never means just a position, a title, time, money, influence, or any of the traits typically “required” to be a leader or produce the results of a leader. Instead of more knowledge about leadership, you will be provided with access to actually being a leader and exercising leadership effectively as your natural self-expression.

During the course conventional ways of thinking will be challenged, new ways of thinking will emerge naturally, and you will find yourself naturally acting to create even greater success in the areas of life and leadership that matter most.

General Information

Promise of the Course: As a participant of this Leadership Course, you will leave the course being a leader and exercising leadership effectively as your natural self-expression, in any situation and no matter what the circumstances.

Dates: November 13th,14th,17th,18th and 19th. On the 16th, there is no curse.

Times: 09:00 to approximately 18:00 Each Day

Sessions and Breaks: There will be two morning sessions and two afternoon sessions, with short breaks during each session, and a longer break for lunch mid-day.

Location: Hotel Obelisco Av. Colombia #4 Oeste – 49ali, Colombia.

Venue: Informal meeting room setting.

Attire: Casual, comfortable business attire.

What is Required of Participants in the Course

The promise we make to you if you participate fully in this course is that you will leave the course being a leader and exercising leadership effectively as your natural self-expression, in any situation and no matter what the circumstances.

This is an audacious promise.  In the academic setting it is not common to make such a promise.

We make this promise with confidence based on many years of delivering the course and observing its powerful influence in peoples’ lives.

We also make this promise with the following condition:  You will need to participate fully in this course in order for you to realize the promise for yourself.  We cannot “give” you the results.  You must engage in the course in such a way that you generate the results for yourself.

Following is a summary of what it means for you to participate fully:

  • Complete all of the pre-course reading assignments before the first day of the course.
  • Attend all six days of the course.
  • Attend all sessions of all six days, from 09:00 to approximately 19:00 each day. Do not leave the course to go to your office, check your e-mails, see a patient, and the like.
  • We recommend you arrive at least 30 minutes before the beginning of the course each day, so that by 09:00 you are in your seat and ready to begin.
  • Do not schedule other activities or work during the course or after it ends for the day.
  • If you are a clinician, or a person with a very busy and demanding life, arrange in advance for other people to cover for your responsibilities while you are in the course.
  • Do not bring pagers to the course, and during the course sessions, turn off your phones, I-Pads, and computers.
  • You will be given assignments on every break, including at the end of each day, to be completed overnight. Complete each assignment fully.

We respectfully request that you carefully consider whether or not you can commit to participate according to these conditions.  If it is not possible, we recommend that you do not take the course.

Instructores del curso (Course Instructors)

Nancy Carney, PhD

Professor, School of Medicine, Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU)

Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.

Dr. Carney has been faculty in the Department of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology, School of Medicine, OHSU for 23 years.  Her research focus has been traumatic brain injury (TBI) acute care and long-term outcomes.  She is an investigator for the Evidence-based Practice Center (EPC) at OHSU, and was the Director of the Brain Trauma Foundation’s Center for Guidelines Management for 11 years.  Dr. Carney is first author of the 4th Edition of the Guidelines for the Management of Severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).

Since 2000 Dr. Carney has focused her research in Latin America, working in Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil, Argentina, and Bolivia.  Her goals have been to create research collaborations, build capacity, contribute to education, conduct research to address important public health concerns, and develop treatment protocols appropriate to the ecology of the countries in which she works.

In 2012 Dr. Carney was a student in the course, Being a Leader and the Effective Exercise of Leadership: An Ontological, Phenomenological Model.  Since then she has participated in a rigorous program to be trained to lead the course, and has conducted independent research about the results of the course in the lives of people who participate (Carney, Jensen, Ballarini et al., 2016).  She was an instructor for the course presented at El Bosque University in 2018, and in Cajica, Colombia in 2019.  Her current goal is to bring the powerful distinctions of the Leadership Course to medical education, and develop curricula that generates leaders in medicine.

Andres Mariano Rubiano, MD, PhD (c)

Medical and Research Director, MEDITECH Foundation, Cali, Colombia

Professor of Neurosurgery and Neuroscience, El Bosque University, Bogota, Colombia

Chair of Neurological Surgery, Valle Salud Clinic, Bogota, Colombia

Dr. Rubiano is a neurosurgeon dedicated to clinical practice and research in trauma, emergency care, neurotrauma and intensive care. Has worked on research on trauma care and global health promotion with international medical societies as a member of the WHO Committee on Emergency Care and Trauma since 2007. He has participated in several research projects with the aim of developing capacity. trauma and neurotrauma care in low- and middle-income settings.

Since 2005 Dr Rubiano is the medical director, educator and researcher of the MEDITECH Foundation in Colombia, training EMTs and undergraduate and postgraduate doctors in advanced trauma care. Since 2007 he has participated in trauma quality improvement activities with WHO in low- and middle-income countries, especially in Latin American countries.

In 2015 he began collaborating with the WHO Global Initiative for Essential and Emergency Surgical Care, promoting safe surgical care for low- and middle-income countries.