Leadership of Healthcare Professionals: Where Do We Stand?

Al-Sawai, Abdulaziz
July 2013
Oman Medical Journal;Jul2013, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p285
Academic Journal
The article describes a number of leadership approaches that can be adapted by healthcare professionals. These include transformational leadership, collaborative leadership, conflict management and ethical leadership. According to the author, transformational leadership requires leaders to communicate their vision in a meaningful manner. Some of the advantages of collaborative leadership are given, including the enhancement of healthcare management by encouraging dialogue between stakeholders.


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