Tag Archive for ‘leadership styles’
Changing the surgical culture, one apple at a time
“In health care, the culture of intimidation is often perpetuated down the chain, as that same intimidated individual turns around and bullies a resident or medical student,” observes the author of this month’s column. Although the surgical profession has begun to address disruptive behavior over the past decade, there is still a demonstrated need for continued improvement at medical institutions throughout the country.
Leadership Skills in the OR, Part I: Communication helps surgeons avoid pitfalls
Although most surgeons recognize good leaders and appreciate the importance of leadership, knowing how to develop leadership skills may be less clear.