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Good leadership is the foundation upon which almost every aspect of society is built. And the healthcare industry is no different. With All Physicians Lead, neurosurgeon and healthcare leadership expert Leon E. Moores draws upon his military background to provide readers with a thorough guide to developing physician leadership. In this book, Moores explores ways to lead patients and healthcare teams, using interpersonal and communication skills, systems-based learning and improvement, patient care, and much more. The author advises physicians to foster a culture of truthfulness, accountability, and professionalism. You will attain valuable insights into developing good communication skills, empathy, and emotional intelligence while recognizing good leadership traits that reduce disruptive behavior and generate higher performance in teams. Additionally, you'll learn about the different leadership styles.
Leon E. Moores is a neurosurgeon and CEO and president of the largest medical group in Virginia, who won multiple leadership awards at West Point. Moores' primary aim with All Physicians Lead is to create and foster an environment where the next generation of leaders in the healthcare industry thrive, leading to better patient outcomes and a shift in the mindset of physicians. This is a complete handbook to learn the requirements of a good leader that will help you begin your leadership journey. The book showcases how to improve certain aspects of one's outlook, so on top of being a good physician, one can also be a great leader who inspires and leads with example, yielding better results. I think this is a must-read for anyone working in the healthcare sector. Highly recommended.