Researchers developed a four-hour experiential workshop to boost faculty proficiency and involvement in quality improvement (QI) and augment resident QI mentorship. The authors performed seven QI faculty development workshops at a large academic medical facility with 12 Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education training programs from 2016 to 2017. Each workshop included six 30-45 minute sessions. Workshop materials were based on the Institute for Healthcare Improvement QI open school curriculum. 65 faculty participated in the workshops over 13 months. Pre- and post-workshop surveys were completed by all participants, and 25 participants completed six- and 12-month follow-up polls. Participants' confidence to lead and mentor residents on QI projects generally increased through workshop involvement. Their ability to teach QI also improved, as did their participation in planning and decision-making on a QI team, and the average number of QI projects deployed. "Implementing short faculty development workshops could effectively address the challenge of a lack of time to engage in QI training and build a cohort of academic faculty trained in QI principles, involved in QI projects, and mentoring QI to residents," the authors write.