Leadership without a Title


Dear CSS Members and Colleagues:

Getting surgeons to think about Leadership, self-management and Teamwork is not an easy task. Most of us are focused on technical elements and decision-making for best care of our patients. We don’t learn other skills essential to the business reality of the healthcare world in which we live.

I was honored to be asked to give the 13th Annual Thorndyke Lecture at Harvard Medical School and the MGH. My title slide is above. If this is of interest to you, here is the link to my lecture and our discussions:

https://players.brightcove.net/745468013001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6201108529001

Kind Regards,

JP Warner, MD

Founder, CSS

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