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In this month’s column, Dr. Hoyt and his co-author describe the College’s strategies, including defining its Values and engaging in leadership skills assessments, to promote culture change in the organization and enhance the programs and services members need to thrive in today’s health care environment.
Mentoring styles, with an emphasis on the mosaic model, are discussed in this article, along with recommendations for successful mentoring, guidelines for applying ACS values to the mentor/mentee relationship, and qualities mentees should exhibit to forge a mutually beneficial relationships with their role models.
Carlos A. Pellegrini, MD, FACS, highlighted the major forces affecting surgery today and offers guidance for shaping the future of the profession in his Presidential Address at the ACS Convocation Ceremony during the 2013 Clinical Congress.
David B. Hoyt, MD, FACS, ACS Executive Director provides a detailed summary of the College’s activities and notable accomplishments in 2013.
In this month’s column, Dr. Hoyt provides an update on the ACS’ strategic plan to meet the challenges of a rapidly evolving health care environment. The goal of this plan—which is centered on four pillars: quality, education, advocacy, and member services—is to help surgeons cope with and influence many of these changes.
In his June column, Dr. Hoyt discusses a one-day strategic planning retreat for ACS Executive Staff. Attendees discussed the College’s two-year engagement with GE Healthcare and the launch of the Performance Improvement program, as well as future goals and objectives of each ACS Division to continue to move the organization forward.