Reflections on leadership in the time of COVID-19

@article{Stoller2020ReflectionsOL,
  title={Reflections on leadership in the time of COVID-19},
  author={James K Stoller},
  journal={BMJ Leader},
  year={2020}
}
  • J. Stoller
  • Published 1 April 2020
  • Political Science
  • BMJ Leader
The COVID-19 pandemic, even as we are in its early phase, invites reflection on best leadership practices. As hospitals and providers pivot to respond, the pandemic spotlights leadership in healthcare. What is working as we all collectively combat this global viral scourge? The impetus to analyse leadership practices especially now comes from the adage that ‘a crisis is a terrible thing to waste’.1 The danger of COVID-19 is self-evident and is already all too apparent around the world. At this… 
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