Inspiration Leadership Community
 
About Cohorts

PCP Cohorts are the learning space where PCP chapter leaders develop their relational leadership practices and learn to optimize their local chapter initiatives to advance primary care. They are a set of academic-year collaboratives where participants and their faculty advisors gain the essential skills, knowledge and experience necessary to become the change makers our primary care system so desperately needs. Led by a coach with expertise in PCP leadership training and primary care advocacy, cohort participants learn and test new skills through coaching calls and case consultation along with a group of fellow PCP chapters from around the country. Each chapter is assigned to a specific cohort at the beginning of the academic year.

Cohort members receive in-depth coaching in relational leadership, with a particular focus on advocacy to advance primary care. Cohort chapters then apply these new skills to local projects, which can be chosen from a PCP-developed menu of successful initiatives or designed independently. For those chapters who already have a project or initiative, the national training team helps apply PCP’s unique Change-Maker’s Triangle framework to optimize local impact and satisfaction of team members.  

To help with teaming, leadership development and personal growth, participants gain a better understanding of themselves - including their optimal learning and collaborating styles - and the interests of others through specialized toolkits such as 5 Dynamics. These toolkits complement growing clinical competencies and help apply talents and strengths, optimize work and streamline interactions with colleagues and clients.
 
Meet the
Training
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Cohort FAQ
 
2016-17 Cohorts & Trainers
 
Anthony Okolo
Emory
Rochester
Yale
Jonathan Jimenez
Ohio State
UConn
 
David Choi
New Jersey Med. School
NYU
PCOM
Pitt
Kari Mader
Albany Med. College
Midwestern U.
Shenandoah
Stanford
L. Salomon/J. Nadelson
Colorado
North Carolina
Saint Louis University
Sophie Davis
Tufts-Maine Med.
Mike Mattiucci
CSUEB
Hofstra
Mt. Sinai
UCSF
 
Peter Meyers
Nebraska
Indiana