Exploring Leadership Competencies in Established and Aspiring Physician Leaders: An Interview-based Study

@article{Taylor2008ExploringLC,
  title={Exploring Leadership Competencies in Established and Aspiring Physician Leaders: An Interview-based Study},
  author={Christine A. Taylor and Jay C. Taylor M Ed and MS James K. Stoller},
  journal={Journal of General Internal Medicine},
  year={2008},
  volume={23},
  pages={748-754}
}
Academic health care institutions have become interested in understanding and supporting current leaders and preparing leaders for the future. We designed this exploratory study to better understand specific perceived leadership needs of physicians from the perspective of “aspiring” and “established” leaders within our institution. A qualitative, inductive, structured interview-based design was used to examine the study questions. A purposeful sample of current and aspiring leaders was obtained… CONTINUE READING

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