This article summarizes the leadership portion of the 2015 ACS Leadership & Advocacy Summit in Washington, DC, which focused on leading with influence, chapter success stories, and overcoming resistance to change.
Kathryn A. Hughes, MD, FACS, provides an ACS Fellow’s perspective on the 2015 Leadership & Advocacy Summit.
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