Managementqualitäten des chirurgischen Chefarztes: überlebenswichtig!

Jähne, J.
April 2012
Der Chirurg;Apr2012, Vol. 83 Issue 4, p368
Academic Journal
Due to increased economic challenges in the management of hospitals head surgeons do not only need excellent surgical expertise but also significant management qualities. The personality of head surgeons should include authenticity, sincerity, fairness and the ability to cooperate. Visionary leadership, strategic thinking and strategic management of the personnel are further prerequisites for success. Besides good abilities in communication head surgeons need knowledge of the operating figures for interpretation. To keep up with the own capabilities time and self-management is essential. A survival as head surgeon is likely if these qualities and abilities exist.


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