What is your best leadership advice?
We asked our members, and they answered.
“How about we fill each other’s buckets with recognition and praise.”
- Costas Hadjipanayis (@hadjiMDPhD)
“As @cybulski_george says – ‘leaders eat last.’”
- Joshua Rosenow (@joshuarosenowMD)
“‘Leaders reflect strength and love. One of the great problems of history is that strength and love have been contrasted as opposites - what is needed is a realization that power without love is reckless and abusive, and that love without power is sentimental and anemic.’ – MLK, Jr.”
- Dr. Alan Scarrow (@DrScarrow)
“When faced with conflict/gossip/poor communication seek out the person of concern for direct, private, face to face conversation.
If it’s a misunderstanding they will appreciate you. If they are a bully they will turn their negative energy to an easier target.”
- Lola Chambless (@lola_chambless)
“You can never lead where you are not willing to go”
- Jeremy_Phelps_Neurosurgery (@JNeurosurgery)
“Excel by cultivating passion and skill in your ‘sweet spot’ and avoid too much time spent in your ‘sweat spot’.”
- Elad Levy (@EladLevyMD)
“‘Rank does not confer power or give power. It confers responsibility’ – Peter Drucker”
- Jason Schwalb MD (@JasonSchwalbMD)
“’If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.’ (African proverb)”
- Julie Pilitsis (@JuliePilitsis)
“Lead by Example.”
- Jorge F. Urquiaga (@urquiagajf)
“Never hesitate to surround yourself with people that are not like you!”
- Jeffrey Balzer (@balzjr)