Gehrke, Richard
September 2000
Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association;Sep2000, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p139
Academic Journal
This article presents author's opinion on leadership. He defines the meaning of leadership in the field of health care in terms of the position. The chiropractic society faces a crisis not related to the lack of leaders nor leadership but rather that of too many leaders heading in too many directions. Effective leaders can arbitrate a multitude of intellectual dimensions. He suggests that effective leaders have a single purpose in mind and work for a common goal. Leadership is the ability to arbitrate a multitude of intellectual dimensions toward a singular purpose in the best interests of all concerned with the least number of casualties.


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