Tag Archive for ‘emotional intelligence’

Defining your own success: An introduction

In this introduction to the annual RAS-ACS issue, the author describes five key concepts for defining individual and professional success.

Talking the talk: The keys to effective workplace communication

The role of communication in determining a surgeon’s success is explored in this article, which offers advice for conveying information to surgical team colleagues and patients, and provides advice for negotiating contracts.

Looking forward – August 2014

In this month’s column, Dr. Hoyt provides an overview of the Leadership Development Program, which provides training on conflict resolution, emotional intelligence, and leadership personality assessment to ACS staff.

2014 Leadership program: Emotional intelligence, mentoring are keys to effective performance

This article provides a summary of the Leadership program at the 2014 ACS Leadership & Advocacy Summit. The Leadership program featured presentations on strengthening leadership and mentoring skills, chapter development and success stories, and the practical applications of emotional intelligence skills to enhance personal and professional relationships.

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